Sunday, 19 January 2014

Gruffalo Crafts

Last month we subscribed to the rainy day box but before I could get to it and blog about it, Erin had beat me to it and started doing the crafts, so I knew as soon as this month's box arrived, I had to be a bit quicker.

Erin and I love doing crafts, it's our favourite thing to do together. When I saw this monthly box advertised online, I knew it was something that Erin and I could enjoy together.

This month's main craft was a gruffalo mask:




The box also contained some monster stickers, a card game and an origami folding craft. Erin loved completing this mask and needed no help from it at all...in fact I felt quite redundant, but I thought she did brilliantly.

She's already asking when the next box will be arriving!!

Linking up with mummy daddy and me

 

*Note - I was not compensated for this review, I paid for the box myself and the views are my own*

9 comments:

  1. Oh wow that mask is amazing, she did a very good job. My daughter would love that, she is a little obsessed with the Gruffalo at the moment! X

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  2. wow that looks like so much fun!!!
    i love your blog theme by the way, very pretty :) x

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  3. My kids would love that! We love the Gruffalo in our house!

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  4. Well it looks like she had fun doing it even if she didn't need any help. I sometimes wish my boys would enjoy crafts but they're more the computer games types.

    #MagicMoments
    Morgan x

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  5. awww Laura this looks like super fun!

    thanks for linking up with #MagicMoments

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  6. Ahh - Peanut is too young for that but he loves Gruffalo so maybe one day!

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  7. How cools that little mask well done Erin on making ur mask

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  8. How clever and smart that is! Love the mask she made…can't wait for my little girl to enjoy doing crafts.

    Ritz x
    www.bebenus.com

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