We Craft Box is a monthly kids subscription that sends out 2-3 seasonal crafts for the whole family to enjoy! It is founded by Betsy Wild, a working mom of 2 boys. Art is her passion and therefore she decided to make it easier for parents by doing all the legwork and saving time by preparing, planning and shopping for all crafts!
Each box comes with all the materials needed to create 2-3 fun and entertaining crafts enabling parents to spend quality time with their kids
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$29.99/monthly (reduced subscription options with 3, 6 and 12-month plans)
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- 2-3 seasonal crafts with all the materials needed.
I personally love the packaging and logo of the We Craft Box – the hand of an adult and child together illustrating instantly what We Craft Box is all about! 🙂
Everything inside our box for the month of February. This month was all about gator cards and gator swamp going with the Valentine’s Day theme of the month! 🙂
You get enough material and options to create at least 1 big craft project and 2-3 smaller ones. Basically, it’s all about unleashing the inner creativity of the kiddos ;). Also, you get enough items for at least 2 kids to be shared easily! 🙂
As always, the instruction sheet introduces the contents of the box via an adorable poem or story pertaining to the theme of the month. Certainly sets the mood for the kids to embark on a crafty adventure :).
The information sheet is double-sided with step by step images of the projects that will be created. And that certainly makes it very easy to follow the instructions (that are equally detailed!).
Let’s check out how our crafts turned out with a 4 and a 3-year-old 🙂
Craft #1: Snappy Gator Cards
Everything required to make our gator cards 🙂
We started off by gluing the pink tongue onto the cards. And then cut out the cards into a gator face shape. The kiddos ended up decorating the face with the include colored chalk.
Also, added in the noodles as the “sharp” teeth on the gators. Turned out pretty good right? 🙂
Craft #2: Making Chuck & Dimple
Everything required to make our friendly gators. 🙂
This was a little tricky, so I helped out my 4-year-old, but then again, I am no pro either ha.
So we kind of came up with funny-looking gators, although I think they look cute, still. So in love. 😉
Craft # 3: Gator Goggle Time
As always, totally appreciate that at least 2 of each item is included in the box, so it is easily shareable between 2 kiddos. :). My 3-year-old single-handedly wanted to tackle and decorate our gator goggles, which I am pretty happy about. 🙂
Showing off her skills, haha. 🙂
Craft # 4: Setting Up The Swamp
As always, the last craft is all about utilizing the previous crafts and putting it all together and creating a fun scene! 🙂 So here I am trying to create the “night sky” on the black craft paper.
Our finished project! I particularly love those hanging gator cards on the top! 🙂
We Craft Box is always tons of fun and gives me an opportunity to truly spend some quality time with the girls as we make silly looking crafts that actually turn out pretty well, considering I did not have to waste time gathering stuff. 😉 Definitely not to be missed, if you do order it, don’t forget to use coupon code THISMAMA5 and get $5 off your first box!