Are you looking to send something fun and unique to a child in your life? Fun in the Box may be just right for you! They offer seasonal and one-time boxes full of goodies for kids and also offer special birthday boxes! Read on to see our full review and unboxing of the Fun in the Box Birthday Box!
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What is Fun in the Box?
Fun in the Box was started by two mamas based out of Canada. Their goal is to send a curated box of screen-free toys for kids that can offer a connection between parent and child. They offer several lines of boxes, including:
- Standard Box (available annually or seasonally)
- Holiday Box (while supplies last)
- Mystery Box
- Birthday Box
Fun in the Box Birthday Box Review
The ladies over at Fun in the Box were sweet enough to send a box for Allison’s 4th birthday. It took me a little while to get it into the Subscription Box Sunday rotation, so it was a nice surprise for her to have a late birthday present.
What was inside:
- Bath Bomb – she is VERY excited to try it out tonight and enjoyed smelling it during the unboxing.
- Colorful Hair Elastics – perfect for her and her sister’s daily game of hair salon.
- Pink Ice Cream Shaped Night Light – What kid doesn’t love a new nightlight? So fun.
- Squishy Pig – A fun little squishy toy. My kids love squishes, so this was perfect.
- Shrink Art Garden Stakes – These were a HUGE hit! The craft kit had enough for Allison to share with her brother and sister.
The Birthday Box is perfect for aunts, uncles, and grandparents to send a gift to a child in their life. It takes the guess work out of gift giving and offers the opportunity to avoid the stores during this strange time.
I really love the idea behind all of the lines at Fun in the Box and think it’s a great option for gift giving for birthdays or the holidays.
How much does it cost?
At the time of publication, the Fun in the Box Birthday Box is $22.00 USD plus shipping.
How to order Fun in the Box?
Head over to funintheboxkids.com to check out all they have to offer and order a box for a special child in your life!
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