Giveaway: Kiwi Crate 6 month subscription

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Today I get to announce the second giveaway of our annual Home for the Holidays week! This is one of my very favorite recommendations for parents of crafty kids, and it would make a fantastic holiday gift:  a six month subscription to Kiwi Crate.

We love Kiwi Crate at our house!  Those green boxes are heralded with shouts of joy when my kids find them in the mailbox because they know fun is held within.

Back in September I let you in on my secret for how I “do it all” with the kids – homeschooling, crafting, parenting, etc. The not-so-secret secret is that I let other people do some of the work for me.

Enter Kiwi Crate:  a monthly subscription service with themed crafts for your kids that, get this, includes everything you need in the box.  You just have to gather your children, open the box, and get started.  Ta da!  You get to be one of those fun parents able to pull together a crafting session with your kids at a moment”s notice.

We”ve been crafting and exploring with one of their holiday themed crates this month, making a cardboard “gingerbread” house and some ornaments.  So much fun!

Kiwi Crate was recently being named one of Dr. Toy”s 100 Best Children”s Products for 2012.

Ideal for children ages 3 to 7,  though my fifth grader loves it as well, this service costs $19.95 per month. As I mentioned everything you need is included in the box, but parents of more than one child will appreciate that you can add on extra materials for a sibling. 

I appreciate the realistic “messy-factor” rating. Some crafts are messier than others, and while that doesn’t stop me from sharing them with the kids, it is nice to know about that ahead of time so that I can pick the right craft for the moment.

Kiwi Crate has 3, 6, and 12 month subscriptions available.  You can also sign up month to month and you can cancel your subscription at any time.  They also have some neat holiday themed crates and some ideas for stocking stuffers available now.

Would you like to win a six month subscription to Kiwi Crate?

Friends, I would be so excited for you to be able to give the gift of a six month subscription to Kiwi Crate to a little one in your life this holiday season!  I just know you”re going to love it as much as my family does!

How to win

Simply use the widget below to leave a comment on this post, and you”ll be entered to win! (If you”re reading this via email, please click over to the main post to leave your comment.)

For extra entries, you can also follow Kiwi Crate on Twitter and Facebook—simply follow the steps in the widget below!

This giveaway will end tomorrow night, Thursday, November 29 at midnight EST, and we’ll announce the winners of all the holiday giveaways at the end of the week. I hope you”re one of them!

Check out all of today’s giveaways:

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About Kara

Kara Fleck is the editor of Simple Kids. She is a small town mama, writer, knitter, bookworm, and hooligan. Kara lives in Indiana with her husband Christopher and their four children Jillian, Max, Lucy, and Amelia. You can find more of her writing at KElizabethFleck.com.

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Comments

  1. noblinfamily says:

    I love to make ornaments with my girls for our Christmas Tree.

  2. We love to bake cookies as well as make ornaments for the tree!

  3. Hanna DeMaster says:

    My kids love doing “projects” and I could use some inspiration!

  4. We love to make snowflakes and a gingerbread house.

  5. Carla Reed says:

    Playdough and homemade Christmas ornaments!

  6. Making bird seed pine cones. Thanks for the chance to win.

  7. My kids get so excited about making ornaments and it’s a quick and easy, totally fabulous craft to let them make wrapping paper.

  8. I’m not too crafty, but I’m interested in making lotion with my daughter.

  9. Gingerbread houses.

  10. We are making cotton ball snowmen & glitter mason jar snow globes this year!
    My daughters would be beyond excited to receive this gift!

  11. We enjoy building our own nativity out of stuff from around the house. Also, lots of baking.

  12. We love cutting snowflakes!!!

  13. We love to create collages with old Christmas cards.

  14. Last year we made gingerbread houses for the 1st time. The kids had a blast…definitely something we will do again this year :)

  15. I love making paper chains and popcorn chains and decorating gingerbread houses (although we’ve only done that once).
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  16. I love our gingerbread house making event at a church each year.

  17. I am looking forward to paper chains

  18. I like making Christmas trees out of waffle cones, green frosting, and candies.

  19. Sara Coffey says:

    These look SO fun! My daughter and I make all kinds of crafts. Lately we made playdough and leaf rubbings, and will soon be making some Christmas decorations.

  20. We love making salt-dough ornaments!!
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  21. Any kind of holiday baking!

  22. Charlene Glover says:

    We like to make homemade christmas ornaments

  23. Popcorn garland and cinnamon applesauce ornaments.

  24. Gingerbread houses, Swedish paper hearts, baking, felted decorations! Wish we could craft all month!

  25. Love all the craft ideas…

  26. We love baking cookies!

  27. we like to make seasonal projects

  28. I love making the Truth in the Tinsel ornaments with our girls! Also they really enjoy making gifts of any kind, so play dough for a little cousin or a beaded bracelet for an auntie!

  29. We love to make ornaments and decorations for the house

  30. Making ornaments

  31. Our favorite crafts are ornaments or hanging decorations for the Holiday Season.

  32. These look like so much fun. I can only imagine how excited my kids would be to have one of these arrive in the mail. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  33. Paper snowflakes! We add a little glue and glitter to them when we are feeling fancy.:)

  34. We do a (very messy) gingerbread house each year.

  35. Paper snowflakes and the advent calendar. They never know what goes with each day but they always get to help put the calendar together.

  36. I love making ornaments each year. It’s so fun to get them out the following year and have a memento from the age the child is.
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  37. We alwys make and give lots of ornaments – clothespin reindeer, coffee filter snowflakes, paper plate angels, hot glue stars, glitter cotton balls …

  38. I teach preschool and I love working with children and watercolor pencils. The quality of the line when the pencil is dipped in water is so strong and the soft shading of color that they make when using a damp brush after is so different from all of the saturated brightness that children this age usually create.

  39. We love to make ornaments, and decorating a gingerbread house together.

  40. We always make an ornament together (which reminds me – I better find our pattern for this year).
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  41. I love to make ornaments with my kids. Having them for years to come and setting up the tree with them every years feels so sentimental.

  42. Melissa L. says:

    Last year we went overboard making snowflakes from coffee filters and put them on all of our windows. I was surprised that my kids wanted to make some each day. As it turned out, we had hardly any snow last winter in NY.

  43. I love making handprint ornaments with homemade play dough. We gave them as gifts and we keep them as a keepsake for when they are older and their hands no longer have pudgy toddler fingers. :)

  44. nopinkhere says:

    We always make some kind of ornament. And we usually make paper snowflakes and a gingerbread house.

  45. baking cookies!

  46. We make Christmas ornaments and I love seeing them on the tree! We also make decorations for the windows

  47. Our favorite is making ornaments

  48. Anything messy to make and given to relatives!
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  49. Gingerbread house.

  50. We love painting (anything) and making ornaments for our tree!

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