Ann Williams Monthly Craft Box Review May 2017

Ann Williams’ Monthly Craft Box is the coolest craft club where you get the surprise of your crafting life every month! You get new crafts to love and new techniques to try—and maybe even get hooked on them. They kindly sent us this box for review.

This is our very first time reviewing Ann Williams Monthly Craft Box and I’m pretty darn excited about it.  I have always loved a good craft!  The great thing about Ann Williams is you can choose from a variety of subscriptions including, ages 6-8, 9-12, teen and adult!  No one is left out of this one.  They also offer a variety of shipping choices from monthly to 3, 6 and 12 month plans.

Ann Williams designs and makes all their crafting kits as well.  Their website offers countless crafts in too many varieties to list here!  I’m in love already.  Both crafts provided are ages 6+, which is the lowest age range they provide.  Let’s take a look and see what we have received.

The Pom Owl
Look “whoo” is in the house.  Don’t miss out on this cute craft.  It’s a no-sew owl, which means it’s easier for you to make.  You just pom it, iron it, stuff it and love it!

So darn cute!  My niece would absolutely love this, but I might have a hard time giving it up.  The assembly looks really straight forward and I love how there is no need to sew it.

The Iron-on Pencil Case
Say goodbye to boring pencil cases and hello to the one as fun as you are!  Just choose your shapes, place them on the case, and iron them on.  Carry it along or slip it into your backpack.

Super cute!  This looks super easy and would only need a little parent help when it comes to ironing.

Ann Williams Monthly Craft Box May 2017 – Final Thoughts

Fairly impressed with this.  There really isn’t much to the box itself, just a couple of crafts, but the fun isn’t in the unboxing here, the fun is in the creating and making!  I love anything that pulls kids away from screens and back to imagination and creating.  Ann Williams does exactly this.  I can’t wait to give these to my niece and create some bonding time as we work together to make these creations.  This is definitely a box I would consider as a Christmas present or birthday present.  Who wouldn’t want monthly crafts and options for kids?





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