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Pipsticks Kids Subscription Box Review + Coupon – July 2016

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Pipsticks is a subscription service for sticker lovers. Currently the company offers four different subscriptions; two for adults – Pro Club Classic and Pro Club Petite and two for kids – Kid’s Club Classic and Kid’s Club Petite.  Sticker fans young and old receive 7 or 15 quality stickers and extra items. This is a review of the Kid’s Club Classic.

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The Subscription Box: Pipsticks Kids Club Classic

The Cost: $14.95 per month, shipping included

COUPON: Use code SPRINGTIME to save 10% off!

The Products: Stickers for Kids, 1 Post Card and Craft Papers

Ships to: USA  and Worldwide with an additional cost for shipping. Please see the FAQ for more details.

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This is our second package for the Kids’ Pipsticks. We ordered these with the intention for our two young kids to share. It’s working out ok, but I still would like to see a “family” pack so that there are sets of the same stickers versus ordering two large kids stickers. This month’s theme is “Water”, and suggests to use the stickers to make an undersea world. It also said that we should have had a “raffle ticket”, but we didn’t find one in this pack. On the back there was a nice colorable page of seashells. The kids both wanted to color it so I made two copies and saved the original for another time to re-copy as needed.

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Pipsticks – Colorable Postcard with postage – $2.00?

I love that the cards come pre-stamped. I have two blank postcards from the kids pack, so I asked the kiddos if they wanted to write Nana & G-Pa a letter with stickers, but they declined. They said they just wanted to use their stickers in their journals. So I didn’t force the issue. I’ve stashed these post cards away for a rainy day.

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Colored Paper 4ea – $1.00?

Each sheet is roughly the size of a personal notebook. I pulled the sheets that I saved from last month and let them have them all at the same time this month. They got to pick their favorite colors, but again, they always seem to find a reason to fight. They both wanted a page of each color.  

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Various Stickers – $18.00?

Here are all the stickers included this month. I’m really happy that there are much more stickers than the “starter pack” from last month. Their favorites were the fish and the dolphins.

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Verdict: This July, Pipsticks Kids Club Classic had an estimated retail value of $21.00! This is great compared to last month. The kiddos enjoyed the variety of stickers and I was able to cut many of the sheets into somewhat equal parts without them noticing who had the bigger set. We were missing the raffle ticket, but that’s ok. I’m not too concerned about that and did not feel the need to reach out to customer support, but if you had a child that could read, they may feel differently about missing out on a raffle prize. Overall, we’re pleased with the package and hope that they consider making a more “sharing” friendly sticker pack for families with multiple children.

What are your thoughts on Pipsticks Kids Club Classic? Tell us below how you enjoy using stickers in projects, crafts and planners in the comments below.

Written by Celicia Gantz

Celicia Gantz

Celicia was introduced to both The Honest Company and CurlKit in March 2013 and has been addicted to subscription boxes ever since. Always on the hunt for the undiscovered family staple, she loves trying new skincare, natural hair care, makeup, and finding delicious snacks with hidden veggies for her kids (and Hubby too). Favorite finds: Body Oil, Stuffed Animals, Books, non-GMO Tortilla Chips and Perfume Samples.
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2 Comments

  1. This box looks pretty good to me. Looking forward to seeing what they do next month.

  2. These boxes seem like a rip off. I think I bought several thousand cute stickers from the dollar store this weekend.

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