We Craft Box February 2019 Subscription Box Review + Coupons!

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We Craft Box is a craft subscription for kids. Each box comes with a themed story to inspire your children, and 2 to 3 prepared kids crafts with multiple blanks so parents or siblings can craft along. All materials are included (with the exception of scissors).

Crafters can sign up for a month-to-month, three-month, six-month or annual subscription that automatically renews. All plans can also be sent as a gift that does not renew. A month-to-month subscription starts at $29.99 per month and includes free shipping.

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The box is filled with all sorts of crafty items and we’re excited to use them all!

The items were arranged in the box with squeaky white foam.

At the back, there’s a lovely poem that describes this month’s featured activities. This is certainly a super fun and engaging way to start the craft.

Every box includes an information card with a message from the curator of the box.

Also included is an instruction guide, supported by images of the steps. We have five activities in store for us. All the materials needed are included in the box.

Everything you need in the box!

Aside from the squeaky white foam, we also got here some blue squiggles.

#1: Snappy Gator Cards

For the first project, we’re using the pink and black colored paper, colored chalk, glue stick, stickers, prismacolor magic rub, and white foams.

The kids started out by cutting the colored papers. The pink paper is for the alligator’s tongue and the black is for the head of the alligator.

After cutting the papers, the kids colored them accordingly to form the face of the alligator’s head.

Here’s a glimpse of our first Snappy Alligators Card!

My son made it well-detailed! He even used his hands to spread the color on the alligator’s head.

Once done with all the coloring and designing, it’s time to put on the eyes using the black sticker and white foam. So easy!

Presenting to you our team of alligators! They’re all so cute!

My kids even put some messages on the alligator’s tongues.

#2: Making Chuck & Dimples

In making Chuckles & Dimples project, we used blue colored papers, long yellow and red nuudles, short white foams, and black stickers.

This project is quite simple but needs some assistance from an adult, since it involves cutting and slicing the nuudles.

Once everything is cut based on the instruction card, we wet the part of the nuudles that needed to be attached and pressed them as hard as we can until they stuck together. We repeated the process until we formed the alligator’s body, and put on the pair of eyes for the finishing touch.

Note: The stickiness of the nuudles is being activated once they are wet.

There you go, our pair of cute alligators, Chuck & Dimples!

My youngest child wanted to join in on the fun too!

#3: Making Gator Tracks

For the Gator Tracks, we used colored chalk, blue colored papers, and stencil paper.

This third project is very easy to do. You just need to put the stencil paper firmly on top of the colored paper, fill the blank space with colors, and there you have your own gator tracks.

Make sure that all the edges are being colored, so you’ll get the desired outcome.

#4: Gator Goggle Time!

We received all the complete parts of the Gator Goggles and all the kids needed to do was to assemble them!

My kids just had to peel the stickers and put them on the ready-made goggles.

It’s so easy to do, my son finished the project in an instant.

These goggles fit really well on my kids!

Look, one of the alligator goggles even has heart designs on it. So cute!

#5: Set Up Your Swamp

For the last project, we used colored papers, squiggles, star-shaped stickers, colored chalks, and a variety of animal-shaped felt stickers.

Gently put the tracer on top of the black paper and using the colored chalks, color the upper part of the tracer to produce a grass silhouette.

Place the felt stickers on the black paper to create a beautiful background, then just put everything inside the box to produce a very great scenery of a swamp.

The box is pretty spacious too, you can even put Chuck & Dimples inside to join the party in the swamp.

All five of our projects in one box, so amazing!

When my kids saw that we got a We Craft Box, they jumped for joy and excitedly opened it! They have always been thrilled to see and work on all the crafty projects this box has to offer. It absolutely enhances their creativity and problem-solving skills. There’s probably no more joyful feeling seeing your kids learning a lot of things while enjoying the activities. It really warms my heart. This is definitely the kind of box to have to develop your kid’s artsy side and it’s also a great bonding time with your kids!

What do you think of this month’s box?

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