When I was a little girl, I used to love to craft with my mom.
Now that I am a mom, I love to craft with Elias (and Adeline’s day is coming!). The internet certainly offers a wealth of inspiration of fun projects, but honestly, with working full-time, it can sometimes be difficult to go buy the supplies and get everything together. Please tell me someone can relate!?
So, when I was offered to partake in a blog review tour and receive a free Kiwi Crate monthly crafting kit club for families, I had to try it!
Here’s how Kiwi Crate works:
You pay $19.95 a month and a box with craft and science projects geared toward 3-7 year olds is sent to your home.
At first I thought, this seems pricey. I could probably round-up the supplies cheaper.
While you probably could, chances are you wouldn’t save that much – and the time you save makes it worth it.
Elias was giddy when I told him the green box was for him – and even more excited that the box had his name on the mailing label. He couldn’t wait to open the box, discover what was inside and get right to work.
I was super impressed by the creative projects, quality design and easy to follow instructions. Our kit included a space mobile and rocket ship. The instructions also include practical questions to encourage learning, which I loved.
While I probably could have come up with something similar, I am sure I couldn’t have found everything at my local craft store (like the cute planets chipboard).
If you have read this blog for awhile, you know I am all about crafting and saving money. I truly think Kiwi Crate is a great value because it offers:
- quality products and projects
- time savings of not having to put together a project and
- parents the tools to get crafty and make memories with their little ones.
I hope you will take advantage of this and try Kiwi Crate! It’s such a good deal and if you have young kids, you will be so glad you did. (and if you don’t love it, you can totally cancel your membership).
I love crafting with my kids.