Mila and Pheebs create stationery and activity boxes for children. They contain a mixture of stationery, crafts, stickers, and fun items, based around a different theme each month. It’s £10 per month plus £2.99 P&P.
There’s a new box design! It’s so bright and colourful, it’s a great addition.
This month’s theme is the Baking Box. Delicious! You can see a contents list above.
Open up the flyer and you have the newsletter. This is a lot of fun, with jokes, diary dates, and trivia. It’s also full of bright colour.
These are Craft Kits! Mila and Pheebs always include a couple of these, and these ones are great fun. On the right is a Cupcake Mosaic Kit, where you put tiny little foam squares on a cupcake shape. On the left is Shrink Art. This is plastic that you draw on, cut out, and put into the oven where it shrinks down small. These are really fun for little charms.
Here’s the mosaic kit. They do have a design guide but you can do whatever you like with them if you like!
For the shrink art Little C decided to make a doughnut and a cake, and I made a little heart.
A lovely pack of Scented Highlighters, a Cupcake Pencil, and a Cupcake Fridge Magnet.
Stickers! Mila and Pheebs always has excellent stickers, and these little cakes and candies are no exception. On the right is a cute miniature Doughnut Eraser, which will go in our family collection.
Blank Greeting Cards are always useful to have around. The one on top has little cupcakes embossed on it. (It’s difficult to see in the picture but they’re there!)
Finally, the assorted colouring and puzzle sheets. The puzzles are always a favourite in our house! There’s also a ‘Design A Doughnut’ competition sheet at the back, which for some reason I forgot to photograph separately. But the idea is that your child makes a cool design, you post it on social media, and you have the chance to win a cool prize in your next box!
This is a really cute bunch of goodies. The highlighters are a particular bonus, as they were used on the shrink art and the doughnut design.
You can never have too many pencils, so I’m always glad when one shows up in a box!
The fridge magnet is a great design, though it’s surprisingly large!
Greeting cards are a great thing to include because I think it’s a lovely thing for children to create their own cards, and this makes it very easy for them to do.
Altogether a really pleasing selection, as always. Plenty of things to make and do, and lots to add to the general collection of stickers and stationery!