Wednesday, October 16, 2013

New DIY Subscription- Project DIY Debut Box Review and Giveaway

Happy Wednesday. Whoo what a week already. Still in the middle of a big move, and it is taking the life out of me. Moving is just not my thing at all. And, with the move I have to make sure all my subscriptions know my new shipping address. That being said, I have many reviews coming to you soon.  One that I am have been super excited to share with you is my M & J Trimming Project DIY box I got.  Love DIY, and this box is just so exciting, I cannot wait for you to see the awesome projects!

What is Project DIY?

This is a new runway and street-styled inspired DIY subscription box service that sends out 2-3 original accessory and jewelry projects designed by the M & J Trimming in-house jewelry designers.  Subscribers will receive step-by-step instructions, premium materials and trims from M&J Trimming to make your own accessories and jewelry, and delivered right to your door each month.  Cost per month is $30.

Autumn in New York Debut Box

This box was beautifully put together, and each project was in it’s own separate little packet. Also included is a Starter Bag with all the necessary tools to get these Project DIY pieces put together with ease.  I love making jewelry so I was super stoked to get started on these projects.  Here are the awesome projects in the debut Project DIY box:

Starter Kit

Horseshoe Wrap Bracelet
Everything was included in this little pack, and the materials were great quality.  This DIY project was seriously so simple. You probably could make this without the tools in the Starter Kit, but the tools made the bending of the wire so much easier. This bracelet is definitely something I would buy, so I was super excited to see how it turned out when I was finished. I love that I was able to make this with my own two hands. Here is my finished product!

Suede Tassel Keychain
Great fall looking key chain. I have not been able to make this one yet, but think it looks very Autumn. Again, I think from the looks of it this Tassel Keychain will be easier to make than the bracelet.

Equestrian Charm Necklace

What I loved about each of the projects in this Project DIY was that all the metal included in these projects were gold in tone. I love goldish/bronze toned jewelry, so all the pieces were perfectly my style. This necklace turned out to look so great, and cannot wait to wear it.  Again, very easy, and here is my finished necklace!

I am very impressed with the debut Project DIY subscription box. I think that it is a great way for everyone to be a little creative, especially because each of the projects are very easy to do. Not only do I like Project DIY because it is easy, and affordable, $30 per month, but also because the project are actually pieces that I really like, will wear, and will use.  Also, they are easily duplicated. So, if you just go buy the same materials online or at the craft store you can make these Project DIY pieces for all your friends and family. I cannot wait for the next Project DIY!


Would you like your own Autumn in New York Box and Starter Kit, well it is your lucky day GIVEAWAY  TIME!! I am giving a lucky reader a Autumn in New York Box and a Starter Kit! Just enter below!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

What did you think of the Project DIY?  If you are interested in signing up or learning more about Project DIY, you can HERE.

Until next time
Stay Tickled Pink,



  1. A steampunk theme would be amazing.

    1. I will be posting my review on their next box, and it is a punk themed box. Super cute necklaces.

  2. I would love to see a statement necklace! Thx for the giveaway!

    hello, rigby!

  3. I would love to see leather projects - tech cases, etc.

    1. That would be great as well. Just FYI, Darby Smart currently has some projects like this in their subscription boxes.

  4. A statement necklace would be awesome and earrings!

    1. In the two boxes that I have seen come out from Project DIY I have not seen earrings. I definitely think it is a must have in their next boxes as well.

  5. I would love a ring of some kind so when people asked about it I could tell them I made it and shock them..

  6. What a great box! I'd lovesome earrings or as Tabitha said, a great ring! How fun is this box?

  7. I would like to see some beautiful statement pieces.