Outside the Box Creation Subscription Box Review | September 2018

Outside the box Creation is an art subscription box that sends a new art project each month. They have a regular size box or a family size box. This is the review for the regular size box that Not a Tree received at no cost for review purposes. Boxes are $31.95 a month +shipping. Check back for updates on our project!

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Everything we received in our box.

Instructional Booklet

The project this month is to make luminescent sea creatures. We received everything that we need to make these super cool creations.

The Book, “Down Down Down” is written and illustrated in such a way that it explains the different levels of the sea and the animals that survive and thrive in each one.


We really like this book. The kids found it very interesting and learned quite a lot as did I.

$2.50 ea $15 for all 6

Faber-Castell Gelatos: These are amazing and like nothing I have used before. They are described as acid-free pigment sticks that glide on smoothly for vibrant color and coverage that blend with or without water. They work on any surface as well. If you are into art or coloring theses are something that you need to try.

6 colored papers and 2 sheets of plain white: The paper stock is very sturdy and high quality.

Also included is a small spray bottle that is needed for this particular activity. There were even napkins for easy clean-up.

 

Nicole’s Notes:

I think that this is a great art box, it came with everything needed (even napkins). We learned quite a lot about the ocean and the animals that live there. Which is great because it goes beyond just being able to make a neat craft with children (and adults) this subscription helps teach kids new things while they are doing this activity. Best part in my opinion! I can’t wait to make these pictures and I will update my review. If you are interested in checking out this subscription click the link below.

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