A few weeks ago, I mentioned that I had ordered some craft kits for my girls.
Now that they’ve come and we’ve tried them out, I wanted to share a bit more about Creative Girls Club.
(And, of course, although the name suggests otherwise, these certainly don’t have to be for girls only!)
Creative Girls Club is a monthly craft kit subscription aimed at children 7 – 12 and each month, you get 2 craft kits with all the supplies you need for two projects.
The regular cost is $19.98 plus shipping per month, but you can get your first month for only $3.98 which makes each craft kit only $1.99.
(And yes, it’s SUPER easy to cancel after your first one if you decide you’d rather just take your super inexpensive craft kits and be done. Just go to your account and choose “Cancel my membership” and it’s a single click to cancel. I waited until my kit had arrived to test out the cancellation feature and after I cancelled, I resubscribed because my girls were so into them and begged to keep doing them at least through the summer).
My girls were THRILLED when our craft kits arrived and they spent hours working on the projects.
Here were the two craft kits we got:
Pompom Photo Garland Craft Kit
I couldn’t believe how much yarn they included and my girls had the best time making poppoms and then the garlands which are now hanging in their rooms.
Colorful Painted pouches
This craft kit came with two zipper pouches, six paint tubes and a stamp, tape, and paintbrush.
There were plenty of supplies for both of my older girls to do each of the projects themselves, plus enough paint and yarn for the little girls to participate too.
I was very impressed. For the price, it’s basically unbeatable.
You can grab your set of 2 craft kits for $3.98 here!
And if these crafts aren’t quite what you’re looking for, the parent company, Annie’s, also has kits for woodworking, beading, knitting, quilting, and cardmaking (you can try them any of them out for 50% off with the code SHARE50).
Plus, they have a Creative Woman’s Club too if you don’t want to miss out on the fun, which you can also try for 50% with SHARE50).
If you have questions about Creative Girls Club, I’m happy to try to answer! I hope they make summer days at a home a little more fun for you and your children.
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I saw these on your Instagram and thought they were so cute! My daughter is a bit young for them now but in a year or two she’d love something like that!
Megan Buhler says
Ours came today. The kits were a pretty big disappointment, not bad for $10 I guess (they charged shipping and handling on top of the $3.98) but I will definitely cancel before it renews for next month. My 12-year-old claimed the bracelet kit but the string was too thick for the beads. We ended up waxing the end of the string and it still was a challenge to get the beads on. My 10-year-old claimed a frame kit that was cute but there wasn’t much to the craft. Everything was pre-done so she transferred a cute saying on to a piece of clear acrylic, glued it to a prepainted frame, dumped out the bag of sequins and glued on the pre-cut back.
I have been subscribing to the club for several months now overall I would have to say I am pleased – the quality is much better than the kits at the craft stores which always end up being a disappointment and the variety is pretty good – I do have to participate with my grandaughters age 6 and almost 9 on some of them – but doing crafts together is never a bad thing