BoxTree Blog

Acknowledging generosity, help and support with a big "THANK YOU" leaves both parties feeling a warm little glow. And there's never been a more important time to appreciate each other and both the big and small kindnesses we show each other every day.
A really lovely way to celebrate the freedom and fun of the holidays with the children in your life is by sending them crafts, toys and activities in the post. We all know that a specially addressed box delivered by the postman is bound to raise beaming smiles and it's a great way to kick off the holiday. 
There’s never been a more important time to let the ones we love know how much they mean to us, so we asked Claire from our gift team to share her top 5 ideas for Valentine’s Day – or as we’ve coined it: Love Through the Letterbox.
Sometimes when someone we care about has lost a loved one we just want to reach out and let them know that they're in our thoughts. But it can be hard to choose an appropriate gift to send at such a difficult time. We are often asked for help with this sensitive subject by our customers, so here’s our advice for sending a little something to express your sympathy and honour someone’s passing.
We’re sorry to be sending so many ‘Get Well Soon’ parcels lately, but we’re happy that we can help you to show your friends, family and colleagues that you care.
We are despatching gifts as normal within the UK and our delivery services are still making sure that your parcels arrive on time to their destination.  
This is the story of BoxTree customer Rachel and her 8-year-old daughter, Isla, who created a special box for Dad’s 40th Birthday. We loved their story so much that we asked Rachel if we could publish a blog about it! Here’s their story.
Hi BoxTree! I've been meaning to write a review of your 'pick-your-own' boxes since the birth of my daughter, Darcy, but time has flown by and somehow she's now 7 months old! 
So what does giving good gifts actually look like in practice?
We believe that every pound we spend is a vote for the world we want to see.