treatsie box review

i have seen so many different kinds of subscription boxes! my favorites have always been beauty boxes but recently, i came across treatsie, a monthly box of artisan sweets & confections. i just knew i had to try it out! i absolutely love this idea of a culinary subscription box and i’m excited to say i’m obsessed with my first one.

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they have super cute packaging. i couldn’t wait to open it up! i chose ‘the sweets box’ ($15/month + S&H) but you can also subscribe to ‘the chocolate bar box’ ($39/month + S&H) treatsie would also make the perfect gift for someone with a sweet tooth!

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the presentation is great and i like that the box is stuffed with goodies!

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i received three packages of cc made gourmet organic popcorn: classic caramel, pistachio caramel, and rosemary cashew. the flavors are so unique!

the willamette valley confectionery jellies are amazing. my treatsie came with strawberry rhubarb, raspberry and marionberry. i had never even heard of marionberries before but they’re so delicious! these jelly treats taste great after popping them in the fridge for a bit first.

i also got a package of serendipity confections salted caramels. these are slow-cooked and mouth-watering. definitely a must-try.

i think treatsie is such a fun subscription box and worth trying out. it is a way to test out various candies and confections…and who doesn’t like something sweet in their mailbox!

new obsession – lulu & georgia

we just bought our first home so i’ve been crazy busy with the move, unpacking and general excitement! home decor shopping and browsing has become like a second job at this point. i can’t even explain how much i love reading home design blogs, visiting shops, flipping through magazines and scrolling through pinterest for hours. one of the biggest challenges is FOCUSING and actually thinking of overall themes/schemes for my rooms! i’m really looking for great inspiration to get organized with all of the mostly empty rooms waiting to be filled 🙂

i came across lulu & georgia recently…and i’m so obsessed! they have furniture, wall decor, rugs and more. their rugs…amazing. i’m not exaggerating. there are so many beautiful rug choices that is terribly difficult to choose!! but everything is so inspirational! i also love their instagram page – it is overflowing with gorgeous pictures and fun ideas. they also have a blog that is great!

here are some of my favorite finds on the fabulous lulu & georgia:

viola rug 

LG Viola Rug

how lovely is this wool rug? it is so chic with an old-fashioned charm. i think this is the perfect rug for a bedroom! it brings such a wonderful pop of color without being overkill. i LOVE!

gage lamp

LG Gage Lamp

although it has an industrial look to it, i can’t help but find this lamp to be charming. i can picture this hanging over an island in the kitchen or two lamps strung above a long, wooden dining table surrounded by upholstered chairs. industrial can be a little daunting, but it really can work well in a cozy space as well!

pillows, pillows, pillows

LG Ayla Pillow

don’t even get me started on their pillow collection!! there are endless options…and they’re all amazing. this pink and red pillow is called ayla. the colors are so feminine but i love the edginess of the pattern.

LG Breaking Wave Pillow

i love the scalloped look and the happy green color in this one! it is called breaking wave, referencing the seaside, but i think this can fit into many different decor styles very easily. if you’re not into the green, this pillow comes in a few other colors.

drake mirror

LG Drake Mirror

this is such a fun mirror that can be used in many spaces within your home. i love the size and the distressed wood look!

mexican serape

LG Serape

i wanted to include this serape because although it is draped over a bed in the image, i think this would be the perfect picnic blanket for the summer! for $25, how cute and handy is this for summer nights? of course, it can always be used as a throw like in the picture above. i love the splash of colors and the versatility of the piece.

have you ever heard of lulu & georgia? what are some of your top picks on their site?