A traveling blogger package is making the rounds, initiated by Packlink. See what I got in my Wanderpaket!
I recently got the really fun opportunity to work with Packlink on a blogger traveling package – in German a “Wanderpaket”. The basic concept was 6 bloggers, 1 package. We as bloggers have to guess who sent us the package and then fill it up again with products that represent us, but also will be enjoyed by the recipient. Pretty amazing, right? I loved it. Who doesn’t love getting packages? That’s why I was super happy when the guy from dpd rang my bell when I was actually still at home. What a lucky coincidence! Usually I miss him. 😉
I’m number 5 in the round, so the package itself had already been quite through a few stations (we all use the same cardboard box), and fortunately everything arrived safely at my place. What I could guess from the way everything was wrapped and the handwriting, I would say a female blogger sent me the package. She also seems to be part of the nu3 insider club, as one of the paper she used to cushion the contents had the sticker on it 😀 I would also guess that she is probably a fashion and lifestyle blogger, judging from the contents. Check out the lovely package she curated, for a relaxed day at home!
I can’t wait to use this package on a grey day, where I have time to enjoy a good mug cake, tea and browse the cook book that she included. I just leafed through it quickly and it looks great! So much inspiration. She was also really sweet and included a gift card from Zara, which I’m going to use the next time I’m in Germany, as I unfortunately can’t use it in Austria. So, I guess, blogger no. 4 is a female German fashion and lifestyle blogger. I’m super curious to find out who it really was!
By the way, Packlink is a company with a really cool concept – you can compare the different mailing options, and save a lot of money by doing so. The great thing is, you can also directly send your stuff through their website, and the carrier company comes to your specified address to pick the package up. Pretty neat, right? Thank you so much to the team of Packlink that they came up with this fun project!