PeelyPack Sticker Subscription Review + Coupon- August 2016
PeelyPack is a monthly pack of stickers for kids. Choose between the Classic PeelyPack or Family PeelyPack. This review is for the Classic PeelyPack.
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The Subscription Box: PeelyPack
The Cost: Classic PeelyPack $11.99 a month + free shipping or Family PeelyPack for $19.99 a month (double the stickers)
COUPON: Use code GET25OFF to save 25% off your first box!
The Products: A large activity page to color based around the month’s theme and at least 10 sheets of stickers
Ships to: US and Canada
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This month’s theme was “Under the Ocean.”
My kids loved the large activity page. They spent a long time covering it with stickers! I like that when you fold up the activity page you can tuck all the sticker sheets inside and then throw it in your bag to have for long waits at the doctor’s office or a restaurant. I also think this would make a fabulous carry-on activity for our next plane ride. The page is also meant to be colored in with crayons or markers if you want, but so far my kids have stuck with just using stickers to decorate it.
Various Stickers – $8.00?
Most of these stickers were on full-size sheets though some were small sheets like the Mrs. Grossman’s mermaids. My daughter loved the mermaid stickers and the snorkeling animal stickers. I don’t blame her, those were my favorites too this month. My son loved the pirate stickers! This month the back of the info card was an ocean scene that could also be decorated (shown top left with the seaweed plants and air bubble). It’s hard to tell but the sheet that looks like plain water is actually heart stickers so I peeled a few off to show the size and shape. There was one sheet of stickers with all foods that seemed completely random given the theme was Under the Sea. I’m not sure if that was an accidental addition to my pack or not.
Here is their “work of art”!
Verdict: We had fun with our Under the Sea PeelyPack this month. My kids both love playing with stickers and the activity page was a nice way to “guide” them with an alternate way to use the stickers rather than just put them on plain paper which is what they usually do. I wish they sent a greater variety of sticker types though. Other than a few small strips of Mrs. Grossman’s which we always love, the other stickers this month seemed to be more dollar-store plain type.
What do you think of PeelyPack? Have you tried any of the sticker subscriptions out there for yourself or your children?