There are two things you need to know about me: 1) I will never, ever turn down an opportunity to craft, and 2) I get ridiculously excited when I receive a package in the mail. So knowing those two things, you can probably imagine my joy when I got my box from CraftersCrate.
CraftersCrate is a monthly mailing service that aims to help parents and children connect on a personal and creative level by shipping them crates full of themed kids’ crafts. Each monthly craft kit is a little different: CraftersCrate does their best to switch up each box so that girls can experience all kinds of crafts with their mom, aunt, or anyone that would enjoy sharing creative time with them. Thoughtful, entertaining, and easy for little girls to make, the surprises you find inside a CraftersCrate box are the perfect way to spend quality time with the people you love.
Want to know more about what’s inside a CraftersCrate box? I decided to share my CraftersCrate box with my 7 year old cousin Erin, who shares my love for crafting. We documented our crafty time for you to see, so come take a look! (P.S.: don’t miss the special offer from CraftersCrate PLUS the giveaway from AllFreeKidsCrafts! Scroll down!)
Here we go….
What did CraftersCrate send to us?
Erin was ecstatic to discover that our CraftersCrate box was full of princess crafts. We found four crafting kits inside the box: a princess bracelet, a princess tiara, a princess wand, and a special princess art project. CraftersCrate sent us everything we needed for each individual craft kit, and as an added bonus, there were even two chocolates inside the box! We were both so excited that we didn’t know where to start.
BONUS! If you’re ready to sign up for your own CraftersCrate kit right this minute, you’re in luck. If you use the coupon code FAVE10 when you sign up, you’ll receive $10 off your order! Plus, the first 5 people to use the FAVE10 coupon will receive a free pair of Kids’ Fiskars Scissors, courtesy of CraftersCrate!
After sorting through our delightful box, Erin decided that the first thing a princess needs is her crown. She could easily follow the instructions that came with the kit, especially since there were pictures to help her out. It was so much fun to hear her talk about how excited she was to wear her latest homemade accessory! (She decided to save her chocolate for the end of our crafting time. I, on the other hand, was not quite that patient!)
Here’s a shot of the our first finished craft…the princess tiara!
Erin’s other favorite part of our CraftersCrate box was the princess wand (after all, there’s no princess ever who didn’t have her own wand…or so she told me). Cutting out the stars from the felt was super quick, but waiting for the glue to dry took a little while. This was the part of our creative time where I was the more patient one–Erin couldn’t wait to complete her princess ensemble with the princess wand.
Erin’s finished princess wand!
Erin and I had such a blast being creative with our princess crafts. She loved every single project in our CraftersCrate box (I’m told that she’s still wearing her princess tiara around the house), and I was really impressed with the quality of the craft supplies and the simple, easy-to-follow instructions. Thanks for all the fun, CraftersCrate!
Want to win your own kit from CraftersCrate?
We had so much fun with our CraftersCrate box that we just had to share the opportunity with you! From now until March 31, you can enter to win a FREE kit from CraftersCrate! Two lucky winners will receive their own themed kids’ craft kit. Enter today!
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