We Craft Box May 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!

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

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.

#1: Astro And His Rocketship

For the first activity, we’re making a rocket ship! We’ll be needing pink and blue paper, paper rolls, foam stickers, Magic Nuudle, black dot stickers, decor stickers, and a white pencil.

There are also some cute embellishments that can be added to the rocket ship!

Making the rocket ship is easy as they just need to look at the guide and follow the detailed instructions. They did a green and pink, and blue and red rocketships! They added a lot of decors to each rocket ship as well!

My son loves to read the poem that comes in the box related to the month’s theme.

Here are the 2 finished rocket ships! They’re both ready for take-off!

#2 Galactic Rocket Frames

Next up is making the Galactic Rocket Frames. For this craft, we’ll be needing some yellow circle frame element, colorful foam pieces, photo or picture print-out, and some tiny dots for embellishments.

Again, assembly is easy with just attaching the foams to each other. Use the circle frame element with added tiny dots designs and add the photos!

They also made two rocket frames! Each frame contains the photo of each of my 2 boys!

#3 Shooting Stars

The third activity requires the use of the white pencil, star and foam stickers, a plastic dropper, silver oval stickers, straw, streamers, and some black circle stickers.

The star on the left looks cute with all the white patterns drawn on it. The other one is in blue and has a ringed planet attached in the middle!

The droppers are attached at the back, it is where the straws will be attached prior to flying off.

After easily assembling the shooting star, complete with its tail of streamers, it’s time to launch it using the straw connected to the dropper attached at the back.

The kids just need to blow some air into the straw, and the star will fly!

#4 Space Balls

Another fun craft that we’re doing are these space balls! We’ll be using some Model Magic clay, ping pong balls, glitter mix, and streamers for the tails of the balls.

After setting the clay on the balls, it’s time to add some glimmer on them, by rolling them on the glitter mix!

The kids used a mix of the clays to form the ball’s exterior. It’s also easier to stick the glitters on the clay.

Using the streamers, the kids added the tail on the ball’s end, no need for adhesives to make them stick!

#5 Crafting Your Great Space Race

For the last craft in this box, we’re putting together the Great Space Scene. For this one, we’ll need the finished crafts from the previous activities.

We’ll also need some spray paint, papers, embellishments, white pencil, Magic Nuudles, the craft box, and a damp paper towel.

The kids made the star fields that will work as the background!

They sprayed some paint on the black paper.

They even traced their hands using the spray paint and paper, and using the white pencil, they added a note on each of them.

After finishing the decoration, it’s time to assemble everything on the box!

The finished products look nice for a desk display! The kids really love the outer space so they’re really happy about all the activities in this box!

My kids dream of outer space, and this box definitely brought it straight to them with all these out-of-this-world activities and crafts. Some of the activities were messy, but they definitely had some fun! It’s priceless to see them enjoying the crafts and getting creative at the same time. We also love that the box provided almost everything that they’ll need, and the craft box even had a use in assembling all the crafts together. I have a personal favorite among the crafts, and it’s the rocket frame. They’re really cute! We all love to bond over the activities on this box and look at the beautiful end products after. It’s perfect for the whole family!

What do you think of this month’s box?

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