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3 Craft Subscription Boxes to Create Fun Projects With Your KidsEach box has its unique characteristics. They make great gifts, too!by Kitty Elicay .
Subscription boxes are becoming more and more popular in the country as they offer a variety of products from beauty, fashion, food, and arts and crafts. The basic idea of a subscription box is you get a monthly package filled with your subscribed goods like makeup, accessories or snacks. The main hook is the element of surprise — you never know what you’re going to get in each box.
The good news is there are now craft subscription boxes available locally that can be a great bonding activity with the kids especially on no-gadget days. We had the chance to check out three brands, GummyBox, Kindercraft, and Oli’s Boxship. They contain various themed projects that aim to boost your kid’s creativity as well as inspire learning.
From teaching them about the galaxies, countries and culture, and farm animals, these boxes are a great way to get your children to use their hands and spark their imagination. Each box has its own unique characteristics and each offer something new to moms and little crafters. They make great gifts, too!
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SmartParenting.com.ph asked Apol Lejano-Massebieau to check out three brands with her daughter, Lilou. Apol is the mom behind La Pomme Party. She makes plush toys that kids can paint on and personalize. She is also a keen crafter and loves to make toys out of cereal boxes and old used cans. (See Apol's projects here.)
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