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Kiwi Crate, My Newest Obsession...

By Pinkwhen @pinkwhen
Have you heard of Kiwi Crate yet?  If you are a crafting momma like I am, then you need to STOP whatever it is you are doing (after you read this of course) and get yourself over to Kiwi Crate.  This has to be one of the best crafting creations for children, EVER.  I am so excited to share this with you, and I cannot wait to get our first package in the mail!  You know how much I love crafting and projects, right?
Just what is Kiwi Crate?  It is a monthly package for your child (ages 3-7) with fun arts, crafts, and science activities - delivered right to your door.  YES!  Not just any crafts, these are fun crafts that will keep your children occupied and entertained for a long time.  Not only that, but they are also educational, and how exciting will it be for your child to get their very own package at the door?  I remember when I was little, I was so excited to get mail!  But a package?! That's like, THE best ever! You and your little one are going to have a great experience with this product.
What kinds of things can you find with Kiwi Crate?  Make Your Own Cape, Grow Your Own Garden, Tissue Tie Die Bag, Window Art, Butterfly Wings, Dinosaur Projects, and more.  Kiwi Crate is not just about entertainment for the little one, but the projects are also educational and promote a healthy developmental acumen. 
Kiwi Crate has been featured in InStyle, Parenting Magazine, US Weekly, and has also been awarded Dr. Toy 100 Best Children's Products of 2012.  They also received Parent's Choice 2012 Gold Award, an Oppenheim Gold Seal Best Toy Award, and is already a celebrity favorite. 
You can get started with an easy monthly subscription, and you can also gift a these to friends and family.  
Check out Kiwi Crate here... Single Crates now on Sale at Kiwi Crate! The perfect gift for children ages 3-7. shop now ››

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