Pipsticks Kids Subscription Box Review + Coupon – June 2017
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.
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This review is of the Kid’s Club Classic, $14.95 a month, box.
The Subscription Box: Pipsticks Kids Club Classic
The Cost: $14.95 per month (free shipping to U.S.)
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COUPON: Use code OMG10 to save 10% off!
The Products: 15+ Sheets of Stickers for Kids, 1 Post Card and 4 Craft Papers
Ships to: USA and Worldwide with an additional cost for shipping. Please see the FAQ for more details.
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Pipsticks’ note had jokes and an alien coloring page on the reverse side which can be entered in a contest to win a glow in the dark journal and stickers.
Pipsticks Postcard with postage – $2.00?
I love that they send the postcard already stamped with postage. This means I’m more likely to actually get it off in the mail quickly. My kids want to mail the postcard to their cousins this month.
Four Sheets of Colored Paper – $1.00?
The brightly colored paper is a welcome addition to the package. I like that this is open-ended letting my kids decorate it any way that they choose. My kids always like the bright colors they send.
This month there were fewer animal stickers than usual, but they were both beautiful. I loved the sparkly tropical birds. The macaw was especially vibrant. The butterflies reminded me of those very detailed adult coloring books. The colors were more muted but the wing designs were so intricate.
I typically love the puffy stickers Pipsticks sends. Something about their 3-D design really appeals to me. These puffy creatures didn’t rock me though. Their facial expressions were so blasé. They just didn’t seem cute or friendly to me.
I’ve learned to expect very creative stickers from Sticker Club each month. This month was no exception. The alien type creatures were very brightly colored and unique.
My son’s favorites this month were the robots. We especially liked the one with the rocket-powered feet who is shooting into the air.
The balloon stickers went along with the pack this month which seemed very heavily based on things that we see in the sky. The hot air balloons were Dr. Seuss-esque to me.
My kids are always happy to find emojis in a subscription box. These smiling faces are just like the ones they see me use on my phone.
These astronaut stickers were tiny and had a lovely silver shimmer outline on their helmets. Something about the faceless astronauts added a mysterious element to them. My favorite astronaut was the one riding a spotted unicorn.
The glittery pink stars were one of my daughter’s favorite sheets this month. The planet stickers reminded me of the ones I used to find on my paper at school. I loved when my teacher would put stickers on our work and I still like to do that for my own students.
We always love Mrs. Grossman’s stickers. These planets with their beautiful swirled colors are amazing. The rocket ships are fun too and my son was very drawn to them. I thought the shooting stars with the cheerful faces and rainbow trails were charming.
Various Sheets of Stickers – $15.00?
My kids loved the variety of stickers as always and had so much fun putting them on the colored paper that was provided.
Verdict: Pipsticks Kids Club Classic is a huge hit with our family! Some months seem to have more of a theme than others. This month had stickers having to do with the sky from animals that fly (butterflies and birds), to balloons, aliens, stars, planets and rocket ships. The only sheet of stickers that didn’t seem to fit the theme was the emojis. The value with my estimations added up to $18 which is over the cost of the subscription. Every month my kids look forward to receiving their stickers in the mail and we usually save them to do when we go out to eat as a great activity when waiting for our food. This month thought they dove right in at home and had a blast making designs and patterns.
What do you think of Pipsticks?