Give The Gift Of Creativity With Kiwi Crate

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Kiwi Crate is a unique subscription service for children that contain 2-3 hands on activities for arts, science, games, imaginative play and more. There  is a variety of subscriptions choices offered to include:

1 Crate $19.95 plus shipping
3 month subscription $60 free shipping
6 month subscription $110 free shipping

12 month subscription $ 205 free shipping

If you have more than 1 child there is even an option to add more materials for a “no fight” crate, the additional cost for that is $9.95. You can even chose which crate you would like to purchase. I received 2 crates for evaluation purposes.

I received Crafty Christmas and Handmade Hanukkah. Each crate contains the activity instructions; which also has a grownup involvement meter on it,  and messiness meter and the list of supplies included, as well as, what you will need list.

The Crafty Christmas crate activities include My Gingerbread House, Gingerbread Paper Candies, and My Ornaments. The grownup involvement is medium for this particular crate, and the messiness meter is medium-high.

The messiest activity is the ornament, it is a paint swirled ornament, so it is more messy than the other activities. Having said that, the ornament is actually my favorite activity in this crate. It is a superb way to make one of a kind ornaments perfect for your Christmas tree.

The Handmade Hanukkah crate activities include My Dreidel Spin Art and My Menorah.

The grownup involvement is high for both activities, and the messiness meter is also high. This is a crate I would recommend for older children just because the activities are extremely difficult and detailed.
As you can see, the crates are surely worth the money and offer fantastic activities in them. I love the option of being able to chose the crate that I want, as well as, purchase additional supplies with the “no fight” crate. Also, gifting the subscription is remarkably easy, there is even an option to give a Gift Card. It is undoubtedly a way to get children more creative! It also provides an excellent opportunity to bond with them while participating in the activities with them. This holiday season give the gift of creativity with Kiwi Crate! To learn more about the subscription or to see the available crates, please visit the website.


  1. What a cute gift idea. Crafts are fun for kids and keeps them occupied and creative.

  2. Akyshia Pearsall says

    My kids would love these crafts. It is a good idea for crafts for kids.

  3. These are pretty sweet craft ideas, I’ve always wanted to try this box, but the crafts look simple enough, I can just do it myself for cheaper..

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