Umba Box Giveaway

Hey friends! Today I'm partnering up with Umba Box once more to bring you a super sweet one month subscription of your own to try out! I blogged about Umba Box once before, and I'm still burning that sweet owl candle in our hallway. I really do think it makes the perfect gift subscription for someone who loves quality handmade items. Check out below how you can win!


To be entered to win, please visit Umba Box and have a little look-see. Pop back over here and just tell me something you learned about Umba Box! 

If you'd like some additonal entries: Like Umba Box on Facebook, Follow Umba Box on Twitter, Tweet "I really want to win the @UmbaBox subscription on @kaelahbee's blog! http://tinyurl.com/bvfq437". Please leave a separate comment for each additional entry!

That's 4 chances to win. Be sure there's a way for me to contact you in case you do! The winner will be drawn at random next week! Mega thanks to the ladies over at Umba Box for sponsoring such a sweet giveaway! Happy Saturday!


Congratulations Jessica!

249 comments:

  1. i learned you can sign up to have a gift subscription sent to a friend! very nice idea :)

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  2. i like them on facebook too.

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  3. and am following on twitter! thanks for the chance!

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  4. I love that each box comes with a story about the artist. I love the goods are handmade but knowing the story behind the piece is the best!

    Facebook liked. Twitter followed. Tweet sent. Fingers crossed!

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  5. i learned subscriptions start at 23$/month! Steph scg00387 at yahoo dot com

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  6. https://twitter.com/SwoodsonSays/status/226716097649467392 Steph scg00387 at yahoo dot com

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  7. i follow them on twitter! @swoodsonsays Steph scg00387 at yahoo dot com

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  8. Liked on Facebook.

    Http://www.facebook.com/jenniferp04

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  9. Followed on twitter.

    Handle: tossthelifevest

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  10. Tweeted the entry.

    Handle: tossthelifevest

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  11. I learned that the word umba comes from a Swahili word meaning "to create", which I thought was cool!

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  12. I learned that you get a story about the artist behind the things you get!

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  13. I tweeted the contest! (@OTRPhotography)

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  14. Great giveaway! I've always wanted to try Umba Box, and never made the plunge. I learned that prepaid subscriptions start at $23/month, a very affordable price for quality handmade goods!

    comparatively [at] gmail [dot] com ;)

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  15. I learned that they include a story about the person who made the handmade goodies, which I find fantastic because I love getting to know the people who create such lovely items.

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  16. The comment box is working in IE at least.
    Anyway, this is a really cute giveaway and I love that they send handmade objects each month!!! How lovely!
    +Victoria/Justice Pirate+
    marvelousthingsphoto@gmail.com
    http://justicepirate.com

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  17. I like how you can do month to month or longer subscriptions! Very nice!

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  18. I learned that each month you recieve handmade goodies! I love handmade things :3

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  19. I liked them on facebook.
    https://www.facebook.com/laurendanielle

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  20. I've wanted a subscription to them for the longest time!

    basically you sign up, and they deliver unique, handmade goods to your door every month! so awesome :)

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  21. I followed Umba Box on twitter :)

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  22. liked them on facebook long ago! :]

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  23. I liked Umba Box on facebook.

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  24. I learned that Umba box is filled with super cute stuff for $25 a month! I love these subscription boxes! They're like little presents :)

    Xoxo Sarah
    theantiquepearl.blogspot.com
    (theantiquepearl@live.com)

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  25. i learned about the month-to-month subscription plan! so great for people that can't commit to a year. :)
    kw, ladiesinnavy@gmail.com

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  26. i like them on facebook!
    kw, ladiesinnavy@gmail.com

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  27. i follow them on twitter, @ladiesinnavy
    kw, ladiesinnavy@gmail.com

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  28. I learned that a story about the artist is included in each box. Neat!

    w.d.grimes at gmail dot com

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  29. Like on FB!

    https://www.facebook.com/dawngwimes

    w.d.grimes at gmail dot com

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  30. Following on Twitter-

    https://twitter.com/dawngwimes

    w.d.grimes at gmail dot com

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  31. Tweeted-

    https://twitter.com/dawngwimes/status/226728229967380480

    w.d.grimes at gmail dot com

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  32. i learned that this is probably one of the best out of all subscription boxes! its impossibly cute!!!

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  33. I like how umba box includes the stories about the artists and their products and how you can choose month to month or longer intervals.

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  34. Love that you can choose the subscription length-- great idea!

    http://aclosetintellectual.blogspot.com/

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  35. I learned the it's $23/month which is a bit expensive for me. But I love the concept!

    jasminehull88@gmail.com

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  36. I liked Umba box on facebook

    jasminehull88@gmail.com

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  37. I also followed Umba box on Twitter

    jasminehull88@gmail.com

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  38. love the fact that they include candy and homemade edible items, didn't know that before.
    love that everything is hand made, i co-own an ecofriendly clothing store and we support our local artists and designers by selling their work in the store. so i love this idea.
    lauren, ellemb14@gmail.com

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  39. I tweeted about the giveaway!

    https://twitter.com/JasmineHull/status/226733161202216960

    jasminehull88@gmail.com

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  40. I learned they ship to Canada! Finally a give away that I can participate in!

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  41. I learned that they ship to Canada! Finally a giveaway I can participate in!

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  42. Now following them on Twitter!

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  43. And tweeted about the giveaway!

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  44. They ship internationally to the UK :) handmade products by talented crafty artisans.

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  45. I learned that they post little bios of artists they use--I love that!

    sockie 182 (@) gmail.com

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  46. Liked on facebook,
    followed on twitter,
    and tweeted: https://twitter.com/EvelynRose6/status/226736236692389888


    xxx

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  47. I just liked Umba Box on Facebook, and I love how Stewart & Claire are trying to create lipbalms that actually feel and smell nice rather than feel greasy and smell like vapor rub.

    meg.e.tracy@gmail.com

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  48. I learned they ship internationally! WIN!

    I'm at katunbecoming [at] gmail [dot] com

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  49. Umba ships to Canada! Whoo!

    Laura, lola_318@yahoo.ca

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  50. I tweeted! https://twitter.com/BEBookworm/status/226742427061456896

    Laura, lola_318@yahoo.ca

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  51. I'm following @UmbaBox on Twitter, @BEBookworm

    Laura, lola_318@yahoo.ca

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  52. I liked Umba Box on Facebook.

    Laura, lola_318@yahoo.ca

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  53. I learned the word Umba comes from a Swahili word which means "to create". Pretty cool!

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  54. i learned that they include a story about the artist who made your product! also following on twitter @carriemurph

    contact me at plumsintheiceboxblog@gmail.com

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  55. I learned you get 2 - 3 modern handmade items a month, should you choose to sign up.

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  56. i learned that they're headquartered in washington, dc!

    bbarr91@hotmail.com

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  57. liked on facebook

    https://www.facebook.com/brittany.barr1

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  58. followed umba box on twitter

    https://twitter.com/barryarr

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  59. i tweeted!

    https://twitter.com/barryarr

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  60. Being dying to get an Umba Box :) I learned that they include a story about each artist... how fun!

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  61. I like how it is all handmade products. I think it is a nifty idea for artists to get their name out and spread they gifts!

    courtney002@hotmail

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  62. i'm guessing this isn't an international giveaway..?

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  63. I learned that you can send them to your friends as a gift!

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  64. I tweeted this giveaway: https://twitter.com/chellywelly1/status/226758326699036672

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  65. I follow umba box on twitter

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  66. What a beaut collection! Adore.

    mlousch@emporia.edu

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  67. What a beaut box! I adore this collection.

    mlousch@emporia.edu

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  68. I learned that you get to know the artist that make the homemade goodies! I love that you can also send a box to a friend as a gift! I already follow on Twitter which is how I found out about this!

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  69. I love that you get to know the artist with a story in the box of the homemade goods! I also like that you can gift an inns box to a friend! I'm already following on Twitter and like on Facebook! Which is how I found out about this!

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  70. I learned that everything is handmade! I think that's amazing for up and coming independent designers!

    Vicki, victoria.l.stacey@gmail.com

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  71. I learned that everything is handmade! I think that's amazing for independent designers!

    Vicki, victoria.l.stacey@gmail.com

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  72. I like Umba Box on Facebook already! :)

    Vicki (Victoria Stacey on FB!), victoria.l.stacey@gmail.com

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  73. I learned that Umba means 'to create' in Swahili.

    Amanda
    amanda@dragonflightdreams.com

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  74. I am now following Umba Box on Twitter!

    Vicki, Twitter: @vickiistace, victoria.l.stacey@gmail.com

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  75. ANDDD I tweeted about the giveaway also!

    Vicki, Twitter: @vickiistacey, victoria.l.stacey@gmail.com

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  76. I learned that all featured products are indie made, which is amazing.

    meredithspence@gmail.com

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  77. Liked on facebook!

    meredithspence@gmail.com

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  78. $23/month for all sorts of cute knick-knacks? Sounds perfect to me! heatherbelleblogs@gmail.com
    xo

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  79. Follow on twitter (@ohsohopeless)

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  80. I learned that they started in 2011 and send out magical handmade goodies at an amazing price monthly!

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  81. I tweeted the tweet you posted

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  82. I learned that Umba Box started in Oct. 2011 in order to make handmade goods more accessible.


    Amanda

    veggiegirl90 @ gmail . com

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  83. Love the fact that you can get to know the product designers! What a cute site!

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  84. I learned that they might only send one (larger) item one month, or three smaller items another but the value is always $25 or more. It was interesting to learn more about the size of the average box.

    Exciting giveaway.

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  85. I learned that prepaid subscriptions start at $23/month

    eclairre(at)ymail(dot)com

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  86. I love that they're open to letting handmade artists contact them about selling their products! If it's a good product, that seems like a win-win for everyone!

    jessicajane24@gmail.com

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  87. I think it's awesome that the prepaid subscriptions are as short as 3 months :)

    alittleteapot3(at)gmail(dot)com

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  88. I learned that you can give these as a gift! How cute!

    amyrhenderson @ gmail.com

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  89. I learned that not only is Umba Box a great personal treat, but it's also a nice gifting idea for friends and loved ones!
    cheltrl@gmail.com

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  90. I like Umba Box on Facebook!

    amyrhenderson @ gmail.com

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  91. Following Umba Box on Twitter!
    cheltrl@gmail.com

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  92. I follow on twitter as @ memymarie :)

    amyrhenderson @ gmail.com

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  93. I like Umba Box on FB!
    cheltrl@gmail.com

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  94. I tweeted about the giveaway! https://twitter.com/ChelseyElaine/status/226815886898634752

    cheltrl@gmail.com

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  95. I tweeted as @ memymarie

    :) amyrhenderson @ gmail.com

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  96. I love how everything is handmade and there are so many different prepaid subscription options! Even if I don't win, I want to subscribe!

    sup.yeah(at)gmail(dot)com

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  97. I learned you get a story about each artist!
    geminicalli at yahoo dot com

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  98. I learned that The word umba comes from a Swahili word meaning "to create"

    serenap95(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  99. Following UmbaBox on Twitter
    serena6504
    serenap95(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  100. I follow Umba Box on Facebook!

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  101. I follow Umba Box on Twitter!
    my twitter name is yenlinge

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  102. Just tweeted the giveaway!
    https://twitter.com/yenlinge/status/226837945460588544

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  103. I learned that every package is handmade and there's always a little card with a story about the artist.

    hiswifeylove at gmail dot com

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  104. I learned that if you are handmade artist, you can submit your own creations for review and could be chosen by umba box to share your items with their subscribers! What a great way for a small crafty business to spread the word about what they do!

    cleverplumage@gmail.com

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  105. I learned that umba means "to create" in swahili. I love this!
    coco_a(at)live(dot)ca

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  106. Just liked umba box on facebook :) coco_a(at)live(dot)ca

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  107. I love that it is handmade goods! I'm on a handmade kick lately after going to a local craft fair.

    jenpar09 @ hotmail.com

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  108. I learned that a little information about the artist is included in each box!! :D

    jessica_bishop10@yahoo.com

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  109. Liked Umba Box on Facebook!! :D

    jessica_bishop10@yahoo.com

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  110. I didn't know that the box could have multiple items, I thought it was always only one!
    x Hilary
    hilary . l . adams @ gmail . com

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  111. Liked Umba Box on FB.
    x Hilary
    hilary . l . adams @ gmail . com

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  112. I think it's really interesting that the artist's story is included with the items in the box. This seems so cool, I'd love to win to give it a try!

    -Kathleen
    (kmmanning89@gmail.com)

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  113. I *like* Umba Box on Facebook!

    -Kathleen
    (kmmanning89@gmail.com)

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  114. That umba means to create & they want to connect makers with new customers. Very cool!

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  115. This is such a great idea! What I learned from visiting the site is that the word "Umba" means "to create"

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  116. Liked on Facebook!
    planetarygo @ gmail.com

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  117. I love that they include a story about the artist!

    -Chloe
    2floralfinches.blogspot.com
    chloe.and.alicia@gmail.com

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  118. Liked on FB!

    andreabrionne.blog@gmail.com

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  119. i love how they have packages for everyone and include a brief story about the items being sent!
    <3.
    Dani, goodgodthehottnessofthedani@gmail.com

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  120. tweeted about the giveaway

    andreabrionne.blog@gmail.com

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  121. i learned that the meaning of umba is "to create"--how neat!

    andreabrionne.blog@gmail.com

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  122. following umba on twitter :)

    andreabrionne.blog@gmail.com

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  123. I learned they launched in October 2011

    bmweida at yahoo dot com

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  124. I learned that the word umba comes from a Swahili word meaning "to create." Very awesome!

    michele at shortgirllongisland dot com

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  125. I learned that they include a note about the artist, which I think is great for encouraging subscribers to seek out those artists for repeat purchases!

    squirrelgonutz [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  126. wow! i have never heard of umba! that is so so cool. i love that they are handmade gifts.

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  127. i tweeted :)

    https://fr.twitter.com/christi_lynn/status/226919685281677312

    christi.brazee@gmail.com

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  128. i follow on twitter :)

    christi.brazee@gmail.com

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  129. i liked on fb :)

    christi.brazee@gmail.com

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  130. whoo hoo! this would be awesome! i like how they send you a little background on the designer.

    http://romanticallychallenged.net

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  131. I learned that a story is included about the artist of each product in the Umba box so that people can see the connections between the products purchased, the people who purchase the items, and the people who take the time out to create the items.

    ❤Kelly
    Jellybelly1110@gmail.com
    http://macablahblah.blogspot.com/

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  132. "umba" means "to create" in Swahili and they love to empower artists and small producers.

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  133. Umba Box was founded in October of 2011! Neat!

    laura DOT L DOT isaacs AT gmail DOT com

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  134. I tweeted!

    laura.l.isaacs AT gmail dot com

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  135. i learned that it's only $26 bucks and delivered monthly. this is super affordable!

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  136. about to tweet...;)

    katethegreatcunningham@gmail.com

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  137. I just love that they work with artist to get unique items !

    a dot pretty dot nest at gmail dot com

    My Blog - A Pretty Nest

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  138. Follow on twitter @aprettynest

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  139. Tweeted too
    https://twitter.com/aprettynest/status/227095514745810944

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  140. I learnt eveything is handmade! Lovley idea, please ebter me

    Jessica Knox

    ohsogawjess at gmail dot com

    xXx

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  141. I learned that Umbabox will switch up the number/size of their homemade items monthly, and that a blurb about the artist is included. Suhweet.
    allisoncmcneil@gmail.com

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  142. I also liked them on Facebook!

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  143. Anddd I followed them on twitter, (my username is mcneilz)

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  144. I liked them on facebook!

    thedapperowl[at]gmail[dot]com

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  145. I found out that you can get food in your umba box along with handmade items!

    thedapperowl[at]gmail[dot]com

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  146. I've liked Umba Box on FB since your first post!

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  147. I learned that you can sign up to have your items featured in umba box! That's so cool!
    Thanks for the giveaway, love!!

    Jess
    olivineeyes@yahoo.com
    jessbuckley.com

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  148. I obviously love that they include edible items!

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  149. I love love love umbas and if I had disposable income, you can bet I'd be getting pretty stuff on the regular. I bet if I win one month, I'll be hooked! :)

    allyson
    rempel
    [at]
    gmail
    [dot]
    com

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  150. I also tweeted!
    https://twitter.com/AllysonR/status/227142676770877440

    allyson
    rempel
    [at]
    gmail
    [dot]
    com

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  151. I also followed Umba on twitter.

    allyson
    rempel
    [at]
    gmail
    [dot]
    com

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  152. What I've learned is that the items come with a story about the artist! Thank you for hosting such a great giveaway!

    lffashionable@gmail.com
    http://livefreeandfashionable.wordpress.com/

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  153. I liked Umba Box on Facebook!

    lffashionable@gmail.com
    http://livefreeandfashionable.wordpress.com/

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  154. I'm following Umba Box on Twitter! :)

    lffashionable@gmail.com

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  155. I tweeted "I really want to win the @UmbaBox subscription on @kaelahbee's blog! http://tinyurl.com/bvfq437"! :)

    lffashionable@gmail.com
    http://livefreeandfashionable.wordpress.com/

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  156. Getting to see the artist's story is what I learned! Such a great little bonus!

    prajaline{at}gmail{dot}com

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  157. I love it, being able to see the story behind each creator makes each piece feel more special and important, I didn't know Umba Box provided those!

    crossing my fingers on this one!
    chelsea(at)casababin(dot)net

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  158. I love that it tells you abut the products and is specifically designed for women!

    ceceandmedesigns@gmail.com

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  159. I like umbabox on FB.

    ceceandmedesigns@gmail.com

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  160. I follow umbabox on twitter.

    ceceandmedesigns@gmail.com

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  161. I love that each box comes with a story behind the artist/s. That owl candle is soooo cute!

    heygingermandy at gmail dot com

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  162. following them on FB

    heygingermandy at gmail dot com

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  163. following them on Twitter too

    heygingermandy at gmail dot com

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  164. just learned about how you can choose the subscription length!

    marche_love at hotmail dot com

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  165. already like them on Facebook :)

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  166. following them on twitter @hunnybunny727

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  167. Love that the boxes are curated for special finds! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  168. They offer a way to gift a subscription? Who knew!! I also love that it is all handmade by up n coming artists.

    your_zero26179 at yahoo dot com

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  169. I learned about Umbassadors :)

    doniree at gmail dot com

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  170. Liked on FB :)

    doniree at gmail dot com

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  171. Followed on Twitter! (@doniree)

    doniree at gmail dot com

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  172. I learned that everything is handmade! I LOVE handmade things!! ♥

    spy_eyegirl@yahoo.com

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  173. Handmade gift subscriptions? What a great gift for newly weds or new homeowners! :)

    Emily
    emilysurface@gmail.com

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  174. Handmade gift subscriptions?! What qa great gift for newly weds or new homeowners!

    Emily
    emilysurface@gmail.com

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  175. Awesome! After poking around I ahve learned that Umba Box delivers at lest 25$ worth of awesomeness in every box :)

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  176. I also follow like them on fb as Manda Rave

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  177. And I follow them on twitter as Lady Unlaced

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  178. I earned that if you do 12 months prepaid upfront it's like getting one month free!

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  179. I liked Umba Box on Facebook!

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  180. I follow Umba Box on Twitter!

    @meganonthetrain

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  181. I tweeted "I really want to win the @UmbaBox subscription on @kaelahbee's blog! http://tinyurl.com/bvfq437"!

    @meganonthetrain

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  182. I love that that they include a story about the artist in each Umba Box, what a good idea!

    Gmail: cmscheidegger@gmail.com

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  183. Also liked them on Facebook!

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  184. The artists info included is great! Love this!

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HEY! Thanks for dropping by. xo KB