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at Friday, February 24, 2012
One wet weekend in February the doorbell went and a parcel arrived for my two little boys. It was a rather gorgeous box from art abd crafters Cubby Kit Needless to say the excitement of having a parcel at that age just for them meant everything was put on hold!
Cubby kit had sent us an outer space goody box. Each box to be delivered monthly is specifically designed for your little ones age. Each box contains everything (and I do mean everything) you need to have fun with your little ones so not having to go back and forth to get all the parts.
Playing with our kit lasted the whole morning and we could have easily carried it on the next day. With a 2 and 4 year old we need to get daddy to come and help but it’s a great way to get started playing with arts and crafts with your little ones and each box is themed so the activities all flow with each other. It’s a pay monthly but you can cancel any time you like. They also have some great ideas on their blog so pop over and take a look!