Pipsticks Kids Subscription Box Review + Coupon – July 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.)
LIMITED TIME DEAL: Use coupon code INSTAXPRO25 to save 25% off your first month of the Pipsticks Classic subscription. Or, use coupon code INSTAXKIDS25 to save 25% off your first month of PipSticks Kid’s Club Subscription!
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 a clown coloring page on the reverse side which can be entered in a contest to win a travel stencil kit.
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 our friends in Florida this time.
Four Sheets of Colored Paper – Value $1.00?
Every month Pipsticks sends four different colors or paper for the kids to decorate with stickers any way they choose. This open-ended play is a lot of fun.
We always love Mrs. Grossman’s stickers. My elephant-obsessed daughter was very excited to receive these large gray ones. I thought the grass would look lovely along the edge of an envelope and the tiny butterflies would also work well with that spring/summer outdoorsy motif. My son was particularly fond of the frozen treats with the friendly smiles. We’re not a cat loving or owning family so the cat toy stickers seemed a bit random, but we will come up with something cute to do with those too.
Almost every month Pipsticks sends a sheet of puffy stickers and more often than not, they end up being my favorites. Puffy strawberries, penguins and tiny zebras, can it get any cuter?! Yes, it can!! There are puffy pig tushies!!!! These are amazing.
I’ve learned to expect very creative stickers from Sticker Club each month. This month was no exception. Weird monsters (one looks like an upper case E) and Lucha Libre Mexican wrestling-looking cows with masks and capes.
My son’s favorites this month were the robots. He loves the gears and robots, but the best one of all was the robot dog sticker. These were so detailed.
The fluorescent pinkish coral bows were pretty and my daughter grabbed those to decorate a get well card she was making for her Nana.
This alphabet was cool. There was one of each letter (except for A) so you were limited with making words, but the letters were outlined in nice shiny silver and the inside was the American Flag and Union Jack Flag. These had a nice amount of shine and felt patriotic and jazzy.
These puppy pals were so tiny and cute. Some were sitting with their head cocked to the side and others were mid-leap with their tails wagging. My son used these to make patterns.
These guys look straight out of a Sesame Street episode. I can definitely imagine these friendly monsters hanging out with Oscar the Grouch and Big Bird. The blue fuzzy guy with the downward pointing horns is my favorite.
This month there were fewer sparkly stickers. There were the flag letters shown above, these silver circles that remind me of CDs and the pretty flowers. The pansies are very nice, especially the one with the hummingbird flitting around.
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.
Waiting for their dinner and loving their Pipsticks sticker packet!
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 I didn’t get much of a theme though some were summery in nature. We miss the scratch and sniff stickers and hope they bring those back soon. 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. A number of stickers and paper (plus the postcard and coloring sheet) last for quite some time.
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