Showing posts with label Kiwi Crate. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Kiwi Crate. Show all posts

June 8, 2013

May Kiwi Crate

I know I just shared a review of the March crate, but this one was probably the best one we've received so far so I wanted to share it with you guys. 

It was a feathered friends theme and Marley made a bird costume, bird nest and two eggs. 

I helped her with the nest and we each painted an egg. While I was off seeing Wicked, Mike helped her with the bird costume. 

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This post was in no way sponsored by Kiwi Crate and I was not compensated for my time or review. 

March 29, 2013

March Kiwi Crate Review

I signed Marley up for a monthly subscription to Kiwi Crate back in November. She loves getting them in the mail and making each little craft.

This month the theme was Secret Agent. Her crate had two crafts, a periscope and a disguise kit. 

It also had an invisible ink pen. That's probably the coolest part! 

She jumped right in and was able to make the disguise masks herself. 

After she was done playing with the masks I helped her make the periscope. Sometimes the crafts require a lot of adult help and sometimes they don't. 

We spent some time spying Mike while he was outside fixing his car. 

This is the sixth crate that Marley's received. I have been very pleased with all of them. 

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This post is in no way sponsored by Kiwi Crate. I was not compensated for my review.

November 30, 2012

Kiwi Crate Review

I first heard of Kiwi Crate through a friend. It looked interesting and like something Marley would enjoy, but at the time it was a little too pricey for us.  With Mike starting his new job, I decided to splurge on a monthly subscription for Marley. 

Her November box arrived the other day and she dove right in. It was the Carnegie Hall Making Music Crate.  Each box has 2-3 crafts in it. This one had a xylophone and rhythm bells.  The crafts are geared towards 3-7 year olds and each comes with instructions (with pictures)  Marley needed very little help from me once I read her the instructions. 

Getting started. Apparently Zeus had to check it out too. 

Done, now it's music time. 

She played a "song" and then immediately asked to do the next one. 

Done with the rhythm bells. Now it's time to rock out! (Marley loves rock n roll music so I'm sure she thought she was playing rock n roll) 

Overall, I think Marley really enjoyed this, and it only took her about 15-20 minutes to make both crafts. I'm excited to see the December one! 

Does anyone else subscribe to Kiwi Crate? If you want to try it out, they're having lots of holiday specials right now, and I have a coupon if anyone is interested.

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