Tinytivity is a monthly crafts subscription box that sends out 2 crafting projects. Each craft has been designed to be made by parent and child side by side. Their main purpose is for families to spend time together while making fun projects at home!
$19.87/monthly + $6 shipping.
*Disclosure: Tinytivity kindly sent me this box for review purposes. No other compensation was received. All opinions expressed in this post are mine.
- 2 crafting projects with detailed instructions and most materials included
- Recommended age for kids is to be 6 and older.
This month the two projects were: making a jellyfish and catch the fly.
Right off the bat, I have to say that the instructions were top-notch. They were very thorough with each step coordinating well with a picture. Making it so much easier to follow through.
We started off with our jellyfish craft. All the materials included, except scissors.
We started off by cutting circles out of the template provided.
All the fabric squares also needed to be cut into circles.
Now, of course, the crafting projects are designed for kids ages 6 and older, but I do feel that younger kids can enjoy as well doing some basic steps like gluing and/or coloring if needed.
Next, we used our fabric cut-outs to glue to our folded paper cut-outs.
Lastly, we glued on the eyes to our very wonky jellyfish – ha! But when a 3 years old insist on doing most things, that’s the best this mama could muster up. 😉 I do have to say that we had so much fun crafting it though. Lots of hands-on activity + quality time spent!
On to our second crafting project and hoping this one turns out a bit more like the photos on the instruction booklet. 😀
Catching The Fly Project
All the stuff required for our second project. Again, barring scissors, everything was included!
Love the numbered steps and pictures in the instructions booklet. Totally doable for a 6+-year-old kid on his/her own as well.
Applying cut-out freckle shapes on the foam frog face!
This one came out so much better! Both my girls loved it and had so much fun playing with the flying catching frog.
Overall, Tinytivity turned out to be the perfect crafting box for a rainy day. I absolutely loved the instructions and while the projects are not meant to last for a long time – they are meant to provide quality and fun time for the entire family! As much as I love Pinterest and save all those cool crafting pins, most of the time, I struggle to prepare and gather materials. So, with Tinytivity, you really don’t have to worry about all that and just focus on spending quality time with the kiddos while making fun projects at the same time! At $19.87 a month (plus shipping), it is just the perfect subscription box for the entire family!
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