Confetti Grace March 2020 Subscription Box Review – SPRING DECOR

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Confetti Grace is a monthly craft box subscription that is good for kids 8 years and above as well as adults. For $28.95 a month, you can get a craft box that is filled with two DIY projects that you can build with your child. The idea behind here is to get to give one and keep one so you will be able to spread some happiness around you.

Throw kindness around like confetti.

The box always includes 2 DIY projects so you can keep one, and give one. There’s an info sheet sitting on top of the items in the box.

All the items are wrapped in a pretty pink tissue paper.

Also, all the items inside are packed separately.

Included in the box is a guide in making crafts. For this month, the crafts are tobacco baskets and duckling greeting cards!

Everything in my box!

For the tobacco baskets, we got two baskets, white paint, and a foam brush.

It also includes ribbons and twine.

There are also glue, foam eggs, a pack of glitter, and some wooden picks.

We also have these foams, stems, and moss.

There are other things that we can use to decorate the baskets like a die-cut chick and bunny, happy easter signs, and some floral pieces.

My daughter started by painting the basket with the white paint provided in the box! We chose to paint only one of the baskets and we used the other as is.

She used a paintbrush from home in doing this task.

In painting the basket, it’s great to use a smaller paintbrush to make sure all the sides and corners are properly covered.

While waiting for the basket to dry, my daughter made some egg picks using the foam eggs and the wooden sticks.

She rolled the eggs in glitter after putting on some glue. Then, we also waited for them to dry.

The glitters will make the eggs shiny and more beautiful!

It’s time to decorate the baskets. My daughter tied one of the ribbons on the white basket!

Of course, we also used the moss provided in the box.

We placed the moss on the green foam on the white basket to make it more visible.

My daughter also did the same on the brown basket. We used the florals and stems to fully decorate this one.

We placed the eggs, bunny, and happy easter sign on top of the moss, and we placed some flowers and stem on its side. The basket looks gorgeous!

We added a twine hanger so that we can easily use it for display.

We did the same to the brown basket, but this time, we put the chicks on it.

We also added more florals to this one!

We love how the tobacco baskets turned out!

Our next project is to make some duckling greeting cards! The box provided crayons, plain white cards, some glittery sheets, duckling designs, glue stick, and some florals.

We just added some color on the duckling design, glued them on the glittery sheets, and in front of the plain white cards. We also glued the floral pieces on them!

To make the crafts more special, the box also sent us these printed paper bags and stickers.

We can give one away, along with the cute duckling greeting card!

As much as I want to keep them all, it’s better to share the love with other people, so one of these crafts is ready to go!

If you love making crafts, Confetti Grace is definitely a subscription box for you to try! They provide all the needed materials for the project, and what’s awesome is that you can keep one for yourself and you can share the other. This month, we also made cards that can make our crafty gift more personalized. Also, the projects are great for families to do together! The instructions are pretty easy, and even kids can do them. Easter is one event that we’re all excited about, and making these crafts is as good as doing an Easter egg hunt, you just have to add some sweets and other treats in the bag!

What do you think of this month’s Confetti Grace box?

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