Mila & Pheebs Kids Box Review
One of the things that Isabelle and I like to do together is arts and crafts. There isn’t a day that goes by without Isabelle drawing a picture, colouring or making something.
Arts and crafts is our go to thing to do when we haven’t got anything planned or it’s pouring down with rain.
Mila & Pheebs Stationery and Activity Kids Box
Isabelle has inherited my love of stationery, and like me loves pens, notebooks, folders, clipboards and little pots of paperclips that we may never use.
When we were asked to review a Mila & Pheebs Stationery and Activity box we were very excited.
You can subscribe to Mila & Pheebs so that each month your child gets a surprise themed box through the post addressed to themselves with lots of lovely goodies inside. Even better, the box fits through the letterbox so theres no chance of missing the postie and having to collect it from somewhere.
One of the other things that Isabelle is obsessed with at the moment is kids Youtube videos. She usually watches surprise boxes being opened which are mostly American Girls opening ‘blind bags’ which contain all kinds of Disney Princesses, Shopkins or other such things.
Recently she’s started to talk in an American accent, and I’ve caught her loads of times pretending to make her own videos so I thought I’d give her a chance to have her 15 minutes of fave and let her introduce what came in the Mila & Pheebs box so over to Belle!
I’m a huge fan of kits like this which can easily be packed away to do on a journey, taken to Grandparents house or brought out for rainy days.
Each box is packed full of all you would need to complete the task and has several different things in the box to do.
- A pencil with a donkey rubber topper
- A really cute cow rubber which comes apart (including detachable nose)
- Colouring-in sheets
- A horse hand puppet kit
- Animal shaped crayons (Isabelle called these rubbers in the video)
- Farm Animal foam stickers
- A maze and wordsearch sheet
- A piggy notepad with pigs to colour in
- Plain cards and envelopes
- Sheep decoration kit
- A felt chicken paperclip (might have pinched that)
- Glittery farm animal stickers
So as you can see, you get a lot for your money.
You can subscribe to the boxes which you will receive each month, and each month has a different theme. You can also unsubscribe at any time for times when you may be away. There is also an option to buy a one off which would make a lovely gift.
We had great fun making the horse which we did on a day after school when the weather was a bit pants and Isabelle fancied something fun to do. I was quite intrigued watching her with her concentration face on, determined to do the sewing part from beginning to end.
The Mila & Pheebs Stationery and Activity Box gets the thumbs up from us!
AND if you like what you’ve seen/read then you can get 10% OFF your first subscription by adding ‘babynotincluded’ until 31st March – would make a fab Easter Egg alternative.
*We were sent a Mila & Pheebs Stationery and Activity box free of charge for the purpose of review. All thoughts and opinions are 80% Isabelle’s and 20% mine.