Making Memories Box Review

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Everything that came inside the Making Memories Box for March 2021

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About Making Memories Box

“Planned, Prepped and Ready to Go Holiday Activity Kits! Save time. Save money. Make it Memorable.” Source.

Making Memories Box is a brand-new subscription box on the market. Making Memories Box is a theme-based box that sends everything you need to create special memories with your kids via fun and creative activities that all go with a central theme. 

Making Memories Box was created to inspire families to spend time together to do something fun while providing everything you need to create those memories. It helps you avoid the store or having to waste money buying large containers of supplies, only to use a small portion.

The packing list for the March Making Memories Box

Making Memories Subscription Box Review

We reviewed the March Making Memories Box – focused on St. Patrick’s Day!

Our Making Memories Box included:

  • There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Clover book
  • Rainbow Paper Chains Craft
  • Leprechaun Mask Craft
  • Popsicle Stick Leprechaun Craft
  • Leprechaun Trap Project
  • Lucky Charms (a very special treat for my kiddos)
  • Leprechaun Spray (to attract leprechauns)
  • Marshmallows (leprechaun bait)
  • A super secret “boring” package for parents (lots of supplies to make St. Patrick’s Day magical)

The packing list for the boring parent stuff inside the March Making Memories Box.

I started by letting my kiddos choose which crafts they would like to complete. While they happily crafted, I read the book aloud. 

A child's hand painting Popsicle sticks orange.

My 4-year-old did the popsicle craft. I accidentally instructed her to make it upside-down, but she didn’t seem to notice or care.

A little girl holding up a completed leprechaun Popsicle stick craft.

My 6-year-old did the leprechaun mask craft.

A little girl's face poking through a hand made leprechaun mask craft.

Both girls made the paper chains. We discussed rainbows while building them and it was nice mini lesson on the order of the colors for my preschooler. 

Two little girls holding up a rainbow paper chain.

We worked together to build our leprechaun trap. I LOVE how much stuff was included I’m the trap. Cute little signs like “end of the rainbow motel” and “free gold” along with instructions for younger kids and a more challenging set-up for older kids. 

All of the supplies to make a leprechaun trap.

My kiddos cannot wait to set their trap on the night before St. Patrick’s Day. I had never built a leprechaun trap with them and this is something they missed from school – so it was perfect! 

My girls also enjoyed decorating our fireplace with the paper chain, twinkle lights, and leprechaun trap. It was the perfect way to welcome the month of March and give them something to look forward to this month.

A leprechaun trap with a sign that says "free gold" poking out of the top.

Can the Making Memories Subscription Box be shared between siblings?

Yes! There are options to customize the box for up to 4 kids.

collage photo of leprechaun trap and everything needed to build the trap with the words "making memories box review" in green lettering in the center.

How much does Making Memories Box cost? 

At the time of publication, Making Memories Box started at $49.99/month. Order Making Memories Box Here.


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