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Calendar February 25, 2014 02/25/14 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 2 Comments 2

WhimseyBox February 2014 – Needle Felting – Save $5.00 – Craft Subscription Box Review

WhimseyBox is a craft subscription box that sends a complete craft, with all the supplies needed, for $15.00 a month. Every month, WhimseyBox sends project instructions, DIY supplies, a reusable storage box, and an original 5×7 original art print each month. WhimseyBox’s slogan is “Stop pinning, start making”.  I love Pinterest, but I am horrible at completing projects.  It takes so much time to plan a craft, take the kids to the store with me and then attempt the project.  WhimseyBox sends everything to me for only $15.00 a month.

The Details:

Cost: $15.00 a month

Coupon: Click HERE and save $5.00 of your first box.

Shipping: Whimseybox is currently only available in the US and Canada.  Shipping is free to the US but there is a $5.00 shipping charge for Canada.

What’s in the box? Whimseybox is THE destination for DIYers and crafters. We offer a $15 monthly subscription box that brings a fresh new DIY project to your door every month. Whimseybox.com contains hundreds of DIY projects for inspiration, and a blog full of DIY tips, techniques, trends and tutorials.

When does the box ship? Boxes ship at the END of each month. In general, if you subscribed on the 16th of the month or later your first box will be the following month. So, for example, your January 16th payment is for a February box.

When am I billed?  You are billed between the 4th-6th of the month.

How do I cancel? Monthly subscribers can cancel at anytime and there’s never any silliness like cancellation fees. Simply log in to your account, navigate to “My Dashboard” then “Account” cancel your membership there before your next billing cycle.

Website: https://whimseybox.com

WhimseyBox February 2014

WhimseyBox February 2014

 WhimseyBox ships in a blue cardboard box and ships by USPS

WhimseyBox February 2014

WhimseyBox February 2014

Inside the cardboard box, is a smaller white box that is reusable and good for storage.

WhimseyBox First Look

WhimseyBox First Look

I was drawn to the Lama card, as soon as I opened the box.  That was the artwork for the month.  All the supplies were packaged neatly in the box.

Content List

Contents List

There was also a card with all the contents listed.

Felt Craft Directions

Felt Craft Directions

The craft this month was to make a needle felted turnip.  WhimseyBox emailed subscribers and gave them the choice for animal or veggie.  I chose animal, but I got the turnip craft.  Even though this is not the one I picked, I think the little turnip is cute,

Box Contents

Box Contents

WhimseyBox included everything I needed to completed the craft.  The white sticker can be used to put your name on it, and affix it to your finished piece.  WhimseyBox also included some Washi tape.  I am going to use my Washi, for my planner.

WhimseyBox February 2014 Review

WhimseyBox February 2014 Review

I couldn’t wait to complete the project.  The steps were easy to follow and it took me 30 mins or less.  Making the end of the turnip was the hardest part.  My end result turned out pretty good.  My four year old loved my little turnip and wanted to keep him.

Mr Turnip

Mr Turnip

This is Mr Turnip.  I poked my hand with a few needles, but overall, it was a really fun project!

Final Thought:  I really love WhimseyBox.  I loved completing this project and it didn’t take me long to complete.  My four year old was able to play right along side me while I worked.  I look forward to seeing WhimseyBox on my door each month.  SAVE.  You can save $5.00 on your first box by clicking HERE.

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2 Comment(s)

  1. Kara, February 25, 2014:

    Is that a postcard of a llama :)

  2. Subscription Box Mom, February 25, 2014:

    Yes, It’s actually the instructions card. It is quite cute.