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Creating memories with the Wummel Box

Disclosure: I received product, for the purpose of my review. No other compensation was received. Any thoughts, opinions, and/or testimonials expressed herein are solely my own (or that of my children).

The Wummel Box is a craft box (monthly subscription) designed to inspire the learning, creativity and exploration of each child who receives one.

Each Wummelbox is based on a particular theme, ours was based around music & sound; there’s also nutrition, and Color & Light. Everything we needed to complete each project was in this box, even the scissors. Each project was wrapped in it’s own gift paper, with instructions, + there was a fun sound experiment that the girls really enjoyed playing.

(brace yourselves, I have pictures)

opening the box

Wummel Box contents

project 1 2 3

patience and her drum

pipers project

This last picture is of the Sound Experiment – you fill each bottle with different items (they give you enough for all but one bottle, the last one you fill with something you find in your house – the girls chose Louie’s dog food). The focus is on using your body as the instrument. You shake each bottle, guessing its content, and placing it on the chart where it belongs (to match the picture representing the items inside). It’s a really cute game.

fun sound experiment game

The best part about the Wummel Box – besides what it promotes – is that, when possible, they have a project that involves reusing the actual box.

The Wummelbox is a European-style arts & crafts subscription service for kids, and it’s just recently made its way to the US!!!!

So what does each box promote?

~ creativity, as well as supporting a range of developmental skills like feelings, senses, language, thinking and movement/motor skills.

~ eco-friendliness, by using reforested wood and materials like cork, and sand, reusing the actual box as part of an activity whenever possible; using materials that meet the highest European and U.S. standards for toys

~ And much more!

So What’s a Wummel Box Cost?

Wummelbox subscription packages options: Try a Wummel – a 1-month subscription is priced at $34.95 | Little Wummel – a 3-month subscription sells for $24.95 per month | The Big Wummel – a 12-month subscription sells for $19.95 per month.

The girls were kept busy all day with these projects, and the rest of the evening was spent playing with their completed projects. It was nice to see them so excited – and proud of themselves – over these projects.

To learn more about the Wummel box, please visit their official website.

Hope you guys are having a great Memorial Day Weekend!! We’re doing crafts, what are you doing?

Barbs SIG

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About the author: Living in South Texas, Barb is wife to a taxidermist and mother to three outrageously rambunctious kids (ages 10, 11 & 20) and their cute dogs, Jager and Louie! Barb spends her day’s blogging, chatting with friends on Facebook, tweeting, sharing far too many crazy pictures on Pinterest & Instagram, and most importantly…trying to catch a cat-nap when she can. Her favorite drinks are Coffee and Unsweetened Mango tea from Sonic. Barb – through Blogfully – shares her personal insight on the products she tries, uses, hates, and loves. She lives to travel, enjoys reading, can crochet a mean afghan, and is told she makes the best chicken salad sandwiches ever!

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  • renee

    We didn’t do crafts but a Wummelbox sure would have made crafts possible for us!
    We played ball and went to a local celebration with food, jump houses, face painting, etc. for the kids. Hope your day was fun, too :)

    • What you did sounds like fun. As for the Wummelbox – something to consider trying with those little angels. I’m sure they (and you) would love it!! :)

  • Oh, we had so much fun with our Wummelbox and yours looks like even more fun!

    • I’m heading over to Going Crazy Wanna Go! right away – so that I can see your Wummelbox craft box. I bet Benjamin had a blast too!!! :)