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Calendar February 28, 2015 02/28/15 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 2 Comments 2

Bramble Box February 2015 Review + Coupons

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links.  I received this box free for review.

Bramble Box February 2015 Review + Coupons
Bramble Box is a play subscription box for children 3-8 years old.  For only $25.00/month, your child will get a box of dramatic play materials, all ready to inspire your child’s imagination.  Each box has a specific theme, like post office, detective, and scientist.  I have 3 (almost) and 5-year-old boys, so I knew they would be up to trying out this subscription.

The Details:

Cost: $25.00/Month, $75.00/3 Months, $144.00/6 Months, $276.00/12 Months.

Coupon: Save 50% on your first box, use this link with the code hoodiehoo50.  To get your first box free with a 3, 6, or 12 month subscription, use this link with the code cabinfever. exp 3/6/15

What’s in the box? Each box will contains props and play materials to fuel your child’s imagination.

Websitehttp://www.brambleboxprops.com/

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Bramble Box ships in a cute little box.  I love all the graphics and decorative tape on the box.

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First Look: The theme for this month is “Bakery”.

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The inside of the lid had a sticker with a list of everything in the box.

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Child Apron and Chef Hat: The apron and hat were gender neutral white and they have a nice thickness.  The hat has a velcro extender, so it will fit a broad range of children.

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Menu:  There was a cute little menu, for your child to set his/her own prices for the treats.

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Money:  There was a sheet of play money.  The dollars tear easily apart for play time.  Bramble Box included $10.00 in play money.  The play money is a great way to get children to do math, while keeping it fun.

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Card Cut Outs, Stickers and Plate: Bramble Box included cupcakes, cookies and gingerbread men, stickers to decorate each cookie and a plate.

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Bramble Box also included a brochure about subscription.

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My oldest got started decorating the cookies.  There were enough stickers to decorate every cookie and cupcake.

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I wrote the prices for each item.  L (age 5) could have wrote all the prices, but he wanted me to do it today.  I love how cute all the cookies, cupcakes and gingerbread men turned out

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My littlest guy was sick today, so we played right in the living room.  My boys had a blast playing bakery.  Everyone took turns as the baker and the shopper.  My children got to practice sharing, taking turns, counting and they just had fun.

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This is L showing off the Bramble Box.

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Final Thought: Bramble Box is a really cute subscription.  I couldn’t get a retail value of this box, as the items are made exclusively for the Bramble Box.  I could not take all the time to try to make this kit myself, so I think $25.00 is a reasonable price.  Once my little guy feels better, he is going to be running around his kitchen serving me cookies.  Bramble Box is a fun way for your kids to use their imaginations and get fun new boxes of goodies each month.  You can try Bramble Box and save 50% on your first box or get your first box free with a longer subscription.

Coupons: Save 50% on your first box, use this link with the code hoodiehoo50.  To get your first box free with a 3, 6, or 12 month subscription, use this link with the code cabinfever. exp 3/6/15.

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This entry was posted in Bramble Box Reviews and tagged: on Saturday, February 28th, 2015 by Subscription Box Mom


2 Comment(s)

  1. Brandy, February 28, 2015:

    the boys are sooooo cute!

  2. Subscription Box Mom, March 1, 2015:

    Thanks! Your kids are very cute too!