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Calendar July 30, 2015 07/30/15 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

Pipsticks Kids Club July 2015 Review + Coupon

Disclosure: I received this box for review.

Pipsticks Kids Club July 2015 Review

Pipsticks Kids Club July 2015 Review

Pipsticks is a sticker subscription box for kids and adults.  I reviewed the Pro Club subscription the other day.  This review is for the kids club subscription, which is $15.00 and filled with 15 sheets of stickers, paper, and a postcard.

The Pro Club ($15.00/month) is the sticker subscription just for adults, perfect for decorating planners, scrapbooking, or fun notes in your kid’s lunch box.  There is also a Family Plan for $35.00 with 3 times the goodies as the $15.00 plans.

The Details:

Cost: Kids/Pro Club – $15.00/month Family: $35.00/month.  There are discounts for longer subscriptions.

What’s in the box? Each Pipsticks sticker subscription pack is full of stickers in all shapes, sizes, colors and textures.

When will I get my box? Your first sticker pack will be shipped on the 1st or 15th of the month.  You will never wait more than two weeks for your stickers.

Website: http://pipsticks.com/

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All the stickers come in a clear envelope.

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Of course the envelope was sealed with a sticker.

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There was a welcome note to this month’s box.  The featured items in this month’s box are monster truck stickers and a postcard.

PicMonkey Collage

The postcard is clean and simple, perfect to be decorated with stickers.  Pipsticks even included a stamp, so you just have to slip this in the mail.

Paper

Paper: Three sheets of paper were included, so your child can start their sticker collection or make cards.

Alien/Monster Stickers

Alien/Monster Stickers: These bright, colorful stickers will be snatched up by my boys.

Green/Yellow Dots:

Green/Yellow Dots: These are plain but can easily be embellished with other stickers or embellishments.

Cat Crazy:

Cat Crazy: These puffy stickers are cute little cats with various emotions.

Monster Trucks:

Monster Trucks: Since I have boys, I thought monster trucks were a great inclusion.  These have a neat metallic look.

transportation

Transportation: More shiny stickers!

Flowers and Pandas:

Flowers and Pandas: These remind me of the sheets of stickers you would tear off a roll, when I was a kid.

Owls + Hedgehogs

Owls + Hedgehogs: These stickers were pretty neat, they looked like the real animal.

Aliens

Aliens: Similar to the monsters and aliens previously mentioned, these colorful stickers are super cute.

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Pipsticks: There were two Pipsticks branded stickers in the package.

Rainbows

Rainbows: These are rainbows like you have never seen them before, as roads, a roof, a bridge, even coming out of a boombox.

Unusual suspects

Unusual suspects:  Similar to ones found in the Pro Pack, I am partial to the coffee head man, or maybe it’s hot cocoa.

Jewels

Jewels: If you were a girl growing up in the 80’s, you probably used these as nail stickers.

Ice Cream and Treats:

Ice Cream and Treats: Perfect for summer, these look good enough to eat.

Have You Ever Seen A Monkey:

Have You Ever Seen A Monkey:  DId you think of the Frozen song when you read the sticker too? These little monkey heads are puffy and adorable.

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Final Thought: What a fun subscription for kids and adults.  This is a fun affordable subscription that doesn’t take up too much space.  This would be a great way to start your child’s own sticker collection.  I loved the various kinds of stickers, the monsters were my favorites.  To check out Pipsticks, use this link with the code BOXMOM15 to save 15% off any subscription order.

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This entry was posted in Children Subscriptions, Pipsticks Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews and tagged: on Thursday, July 30th, 2015 by Subscription Box Mom


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