The joy of the delivered gift

Candybox gift joy

There is a special feeling that comes over us all with the realisation that there is a parcel at your door that you did not order - what could it be? - Oh the mystery, the anticipation!! As you get closer and see your name on the address label and the Candybox logo - it gets even more exciting.   A gift - for me!

 Then there is the unwrapping, and as you look at the address label - you wonder what is Candybox?, (or if you know - which Candybox am I being sent ?) and who is it from? The courier packaging is off and the particular Candybox is revealed - yay - and you are further into the discovery - and still you wonder - who is it from? and you find the wee card which reveals the friend, family, lover or colleague’s message.

 As you sit smiling, having your week made that much better, it occurs that there is one more mystery to be uncovered and you open your Candybox to expose the yummy candy that fills the box and you eat the top one - Yum.

Go on - be the outstanding human that makes another outstanding human's day - send them a Candybox. 

New Candy options for Candybox gifts - $20 - $25 incl delivery

Candybox now offering 4 candy options to their affordable gift box range
Candybox is super excited to announce three new candy options have been added to their Traditional Gummi Candy offering. So now their are 4 sweet candy options and 17 funky boxes to choose from.
Candybox have been busting a gut to get these sweet new candies to be available early 2016 and they are here - just in time for Valentine's Day!
The range includes Donovans Russian Fudge, Carousel Licorice Allsorts, a NZ made Chocolate mix and their traditional gummy mix - prices range from $20 - $25 incl delivery.

Candybox's Chief Jellybean featured in the Feb 2016 issue of Next Magazine

So excited to be featured in this months gorgeous Next Magazine - with its colour your own cover! Its full of inspirational woman doing all sorts of things and I'm giving my two cents worth on running a small business around raising my family - a Mumtrepreneur, as the term has now been coined, since being added to the Collins English Dictionary in 2011. So there I am with my three boys - this was almost the last shot taken, as the boys were at their rambunctious best - clowning around and falling all over the place.