Exclusive 50% off Kiwi Crates

by jessicaturner on December 16, 2014

Kiwi Crate CouponWhen we got home from school/work last night, some of my favorite packages were on the door step – Minted (the rest of our Christmas cards!), Zulily (baby clothes), Honest Company (some home items I ordered to have on hand for when the baby gets here) and Kiwi Crate!

Of course, Elias was elated about his Kiwi Crate and couldn’t WAIT to see what was inside. I hadn’t even set down my purse and briefcase and he was asking if we could open it to see the theme.

I had a really bad migraine last night so told Elias we couldn’t do the crate together. However, one of the many great things about Kiwi Crate is that it ranks the “grownup involvement” and the crate included an activity that was “low”, which was a win for mommy AND Elias. He happily created his snowman toss, while I rested.

Kiwi Crate CouponHe also worked on creating a winter scene in the monthly Explore magazine that comes with each crate.

The most purchased kids gift of the year here on The Mom Creative have been Kiwi Crates, along with their sister crates Koala Crate, Doodle Crate and Tinker Crate.

Because so many of you have shown an interest in these wonderful products, Kiwi Crate is offering an exclusive 50% off discount code on your first month’s subscription to ANY crate with the code CREATIVE50. This coupon is only good until this Friday, December 19, which is the last day to purchase for arrival before Christmas.

These subscriptions make great gifts because:

  • Each crate is an experience, not more stuff
  • The monthly subscription is something your child will look forward to each month.
  • They stimulate learning and creativity
  • Each crate is filled with high-quality, well-thought-out products
  • They offer an opportunity to connect with your child in a meaningful way, and everything is put together for you!

Here’s an easy break-down of the types of crates offered (perfect for any child ages 3-16)

Kiwi crate coupon code

SO, if you are looking for one more gift for a child in your life – or you haven’t even started shopping yet – I definitely recommend subscribing to Koala, Kiwi, Doodle and/or Tinker Crate. You can’t beat $9.95 for your first month’s subscription AND your child will love it!

Kiwi Crate CouponThis morning, as soon as Elias woke up, he wanted to work more on his crate. As I am writing this, he is sitting next to me crafting. I think that is a pretty good start to the day.

We have been subscribers to Kiwi Crate for 2.5 years and signed Adeline up to Koala Crate as soon as it launched in October, so let me know if you have any questions.

Order your crate today – and don’t forget to use the code CREATIVE50.

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Britney December 16, 2014 at 1:44 pm

Just curious, what do you do with all the crafts/projects after your kids complete them? I am worried about creating more clutter in our house. I struggle with that enough as it is. Thanks for sharing…

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Cara December 16, 2014 at 8:21 pm

I would love to know your answer also! We have gotten the crates a few times over the years and then we just have so many big crafts to add to all the others that I get overwhelmed by it all..

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jessicaturner December 16, 2014 at 8:37 pm

What do you do with other crafts that your children do? I think the same holds true for Kiwi Crate.

For us, it is usually about the experience that day/that week and we don’t hang on to a lot of crafts. I take pictures of the favorites and put some in scrapbooks, then toss the rest.

We love the experience, the teachable lessons and the creating, but hanging on to every creation is just not something we do. Because yes, clutter is a CONSTANT battle.

Also, if we don’t do a Kiwi Crate project right away, I put it in a large ziplock, place it in a rubbermaid and save it for another day. That way I don’t have a bunch of cardboard boxes hanging around.

Hope this helps!

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Jeni December 16, 2014 at 8:38 pm

We love Kiwi Crate and subscribed after getting the free sample that Jessica mentioned once upon a time. I, too, struggled with the idea of creating more clutter and questioned what to do with all the stuff. Truly for us, it’s all about the experience, using the awesome high-quality art materials, and the time to do something fun together. We keep the projects for a while, some longer than others, and often they eventually find their way to the garbage/recycling. Some things we pack away as holiday decorations (luminaries, candles, ornaments, etc). And there are always extra supplies that we store in a big Kiwi Crate bin to use for other crafts.

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jessicaturner December 17, 2014 at 11:11 am

Yes to extra supplies! They are always so great to include markers, glue, scissors, etc. Thank you for sharing your experience.

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Vicki December 16, 2014 at 6:54 pm

I tried to place an order for a kiwi crate at 7:30pm Dec 16 and received a message that the creative50 code was no longer valid. I tried twice and got the same message. So disappointed!

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jessicaturner December 16, 2014 at 8:34 pm

Hi Vicki – I just tested it and it seems to be working. You do need to do the subscribe option. Is that what you clicked?

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Vicki December 17, 2014 at 6:28 am

Thank you for the quick reply, Jessica!! That’s the part I missed – I chose a one time purchase rather than the subscription….so sorry! It all makes sense if you read the directions, doesn’t it ?! Thank you!

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jessicaturner December 17, 2014 at 11:11 am

Happy to help!

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Susan V December 19, 2014 at 12:36 pm

We love Kiwi Crate at our house. We have gotten this for my first grade boy for several months because he loves to craft. I just ordered the doodle crate for my 3rd grade girl and the koala crate for my 4-year-old boy as christmas gifts (with great sales for our first month just to try it out). Thank you for introducing this company to our family. I love to craft with my kids, but having 3 and working full-time, I don’t have time to pull everything together and craft. This is so easy and simple and I love that I don’t have to gather all the craft supplies!!

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