Kiwi Crate is a monthly subscription box of crafts/activities for children ages 4-7. They offer some past boxes and seasonal boxes for sale on their site as a one time purchase. These boxes are a great way to try out Kiwi Crate without the subscription. We loved the Kiwi Crate Gingerbread House that we got in December, so I decided to try out the Kiwi Crate Handmade Valentine’s.
The mini crates are about half the size of a regular Kiwi Crate and Handmade Valentines is $14.95. You can buy this as a one time purchase or you can start your subscription with this. If you start your subscription with this or any single crate, you can save $10 with my Kiwi Crate referral code.
This box came with EVERYTHING needed to make 20+ Handmade Pop Up Valentines.
The kit included 20+ mini cards. They are red on one side and read “Happy Valentine’s Day” and white on the inside with a small red heart. There were also two full size cards included.
The kit also included more than enough glue, googly eyes, red heart stickers and markers.
And of course there were plenty of shapes to add to the cards. There were two of each sheet, so this was a very easy kit to divide between two kids. I loved that the shapes weren’t “girl” or “boy” there were plenty of neutral items to choose from.
The directions were very easy to follow and it even included directions to make your own pop up cards with the leftover materials.
We had a lot of fun making our Handmade Valentine’s. This was a perfect project for Ella (age 5) to take on herself. After me showing her how to do the first one, she did great with the rest on her own. And since it wasn’t really messy, it was easy to tackle with Ava who is 2.5.
Did you get the Handmade Valentines Kiwi Crate? To learn more or sign up, click here (once you create an account, you will receive a $10 credit off your subscription). The referral code works for Kiwi Crate and any of the new subscriptions (Koala Crate, Tinker Crate and Doodle Crate).
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