Looking for a Unique Holiday Gift? Check out Vine Oh!

This post is sponsored by Vine Oh! However, opinions are those of the writer.

I don’t know about you, but I love a good subscription box. I am not a huge fan of shopping, but I do love surprises and convenience so having a package show up at your door without having to do much of anything is very appealing to me. I checked out Vine Oh! and wait until you hear how Fun Oh! it is!

What Is It?
Vine Oh! is a quarterly wine and lifestyle subscription box. It is great as a treat for yourself and even better as a gift for your sister, mom, mother-in-law, best friend or boss.

How Does It Work?
All you have to do is go to VineOh.com to sign up. You can sign up for one box or go all in for the annual membership which is four boxes per year. You can cancel at any time. The best part of this is, we have some secret codes for all of our Kansas City Moms Blog readers that we’ll include later in this post. You’re able to choose whether you like red or white wines or a combination of both. Then, all you have to do is sit back and wait for fun to arrive at your doorstep.

So What’s In It?
My Vine Oh! Holiday box came packed with things that felt like they had been picked specifically for me! First off, there’s wine, so it’s hard to go wrong with that. I am a red fan, so I received a red blend and a pinot noir that are both delicious. And I realize I shouldn’t fall for labels, but they have really cute labels with hearts on them.

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The next item in the box was a Hallmark Home Holiday Tree Cheese Board. This is perfect for holiday get-togethers and clearly pairs perfectly with the wine because who doesn’t love wine and cheese? It even comes with a little slicer that looks like an axe to play into the tree theme. Very cute and functional.

Since we’re talking food, you can satisfy your sweet tooth with CST Sweets’ handcrafted toffee and biscotti. I had some of the biscotti for breakfast this morning with my normal vat of coffee and it hit the spot.

The Vine Oh! box also included some stylish and unique mosaic crystal earrings by Violet + Brooks. I LOVE earrings but usually have no time to shop for myself so this might be one of my favorite surprises from the box. They will look just as good with a little black dress as they will with a t-shirt and jeans. I love the versatility of these earrings! The coolest part of this jewelry company is they give back a percentage of all their profits to an organization that helps homeless youth and teens called Covenant House. I love supporting companies that support the community.

When I saw mascara in the Vine Oh! box, I thought someone may have bugged my bathroom because I had JUST been talking about how I wanted to try a new brand because I didn’t like my current one as much anymore. The Pure Cosmetics Three-Dimensional Fiber Lash Mascara is pretty awesome. You get two tubes. One is for coating and lengthening and the other is to apply fibers that thicken your lashes. I’ve had several people comment on my lashes in the past week I’ve been using it.

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The great thing about all of this is that cards are included with the Vine Oh! box with details about each item and almost every card had a code of its own to get discounts on that product if you wanted more!

The value of everything in the Vine Oh! box was over $140. This is really a fun treat for yourself or as a gift for a friend. You could really even split up some of the items to give as gifts if you receive something that isn’t completely your style.

C’mon. Give Me a Deal!
OK! Normally, a Vine Oh! box is $59.99 a quarter. (Remember, it’s over $140 value in products!) But through November 27, first-time subscribers will save $15 PLUS get a free Pure Lano lip gloss when you use code KCMOMS! So you’ll get your Vine Oh! box plus the lip gloss for $44.99.

If you wait a little longer, you can still get $10 off if you sign up between November 28th and December 18. That puts your Vine Oh! box at only $49.99 when using the code KCMOMS!

Happy Holidays!

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