Pipsticks Kids Subscription Box Review + Coupon – September 2017
Pipsticks is a monthly subscription of totally awesome stickers! 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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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 now sends a mini magazine each month called Little Pippy. The magazine announces their coloring contest, raffle prize, contains jokes, coloring pages, mazes and sticker activity pages. This pack was extra packed because Pipsticks was celebrating their third anniversary. It was nice to get so many extra sheets of stickers this month!
Pipsticks Postcard with postage – $2.00?
The postcard used to be blank and now it comes pre-printed with a design you can color and embellish with stickers. The unicorn piñata is adorable!
Pipsticks now sends their stickers in a resealable sparkly plastic pouch. They encourage you to stash your extra stickers in here or even use it to wrap your child’s sandwich for their lunchbox!
Sweet Treat Stickers
Puffy stickers tend to my favorites and these cakes, donuts and other sweet treats are pretty darn cute. They have a matte finish and rubbery smell that I like. Yes, I know that’s weird.
These tiny party stickers are smaller than my fingernails. They have a sparkly finish and the wiggly mustard and ketchup trail on the hot dog is my favorite part of the small sheet.
I really like this animal assortment that seems to be mainly animals from the Arctic and Antarctic regions. Whales, penguins, seals, walruses and Arctic hares, even a smattering of stars, hearts, and tiny snowflakes are included.
These puffy sweet teddy bears are so cute. I like their striped, polka dotted and gingham outfits.
Interesting men with a clear background especially pop when placed on colored backgrounds. The man with the red shirt and rosy cheeks is especially darling.
At first look, this appears to be one large strip of sprinkles, but upon closer inspection, I can see the sheet is divided into whole and half circles, triangles, and rectangles. I’m going to use these to work on teaching basic fractions to my son.
Birthday Message Stickers
Since Pipsticks is celebrating their third anniversary there are many birthday and party-themed stickers in this pack. These cheerful birthday messages will spruce up the envelopes of the next batch of birthday cards I mail out.
Birthday Themed Stickers
These mini sheets of birthday themed stickers will be set aside for my daughter’s upcoming 4th birthday in the fall. The strip of candles and the sheet of banners and balloons are an interesting texture. They feel almost like paper tape.
Sticker Club Stickers
Each month Pipsticks sends two sheets of stickers from Sticker Club and they tend to be pretty unique. The go-go boot wearing alien and the pixelated man with his scooter and both pretty cool sets this month.
These pastel colored presents are semi-sheer and would make a great border on a scrapbooking page.
Cat People Stickers
I thought these cat stickers were pretty cool. My favorite is the cat wearing the hooded yellow tunic, though the orange striped cat with the scarf around his neck is a close second.
These are so bright and cheerful. Pipsticks frequently sends stickers that have a gold border and my kids always gravitate to the brilliance. The trucks, cars, and trains are fun, but I think the orange safety cones and street signs are even better!
My son always loved when Pipsticks sends car stickers. The yellow Porsche is his favorite this month.
Stickers that were made for our pet-loving MSA reviewer Ragan! Grumpy cat in the bottom right corner with the orange hoodie is amazing.
I think these matte head stickers are so funny. I like the geisha and Rastafarian man the best.
Space Ship Stickers
These small spaceships are iridescent. They are right up my Star Wars obsessed son’s alley.
I was excited to see this mini sheet of assorted shoes. The Victorian button-up heeled bootie and leopard print pump make me so happy.
Verdict: Our family really loves the Pipsticks Kids Club Classic! We always think they have a wide variety of stickers designs and styles. The value was certainly there as this pack cost $14.95 (free shipping) and I’ve frequently seen full sheets of stickers sell for $2-$3 each. This is such a fun subscription for sticker lovers of all ages; I highly recommend it.
What do you think of Pipsticks?