Stickermom Subscription Box Review – August 2017
Stickermom is a monthly subscription for all sticker lovers! They offer subscriptions in two different sizes (mega pack or mini pack) for kids or adults (Kiddie Club or Crafty Club).
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This review is for the Kiddie Club Mini Pack for $8.95 a month.
The Subscription Box: Stickermom
The Cost: $8.95 per month for Mini Packs and $13.95 per month for Mega Packs (free shipping to the US)
The Products: 8+ Sheets of Stickers for Kids, 1 Coloring Card and Craft Papers for Mini Packs and 15+ Sheets of Stickers, 1 Coloring Card and Craft Papers for the Mega Pack.
Ships to: US and Worldwide with an additional cost for shipping for international shipments.
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Stickermom sent an information sheet about some upcoming sticker packs they’ll be releasing soon and the news that bigger envelopes will mean bigger stickers. They also have a contest running, so check your pack to see if you were the lucky winner with roller skate stickers this month.
On the reverse side is an owl coloring page. If you color the owl (and make sure to decorate it with stickers too) you can submit your work to win a giveaway. Winners are announced through the Stickermom Instagram account and email. Good luck!
Three Sheets of Colored Paper
Every month Stickermom sends different colors of paper for the kids to decorate with stickers any way they choose. This encourages open-ended play which is fun for my kids.
Aren’t these terrarium stickers just gorgeous? I love the different shapes of the glass vessels, the watercolor type coloring and the details of the stones and sand layers underneath the succulents.
These letters pack quite a punch! The bold colors with tone on tone patterns and black outlines really pop.
These little bears are so simple and yet so pretty. I love the muted color palette and shimmery golden touches. The geographic designs make them modern and the simple eyes and noses keep them clean and uncluttered.
Music Themed Stickers
There were two sheets this month that were music themed. There was sheet music that had a very classic vibe with the look of ancient yellowed paper. There were also some instruments that were so detailed they looked like a miniature version of the real thing!
If these campers remind you of the terrarium stickers it’s because they are both designed by Violette Stickers. They also have a watercolor painting feeling and gorgeous pastel colors. I like the pink and white airstream the most. The extra plants, grill and bistro table set were a nice touch.
Assorted Sparkly and Fuzzy Stickers
I was glad to see some sparkly and fuzzy sticks too. The little lambs and flowers had a fuzzy, soft coating on top. The pink unicorns were pure glitter, pink fun! The monster trucks and sea creatures had a good amount of shimmer. The octopus was especially fun with his sparkly tentacles.
Assorted Mini Sheets of Stickers
Something about these gymnast stickers had a fun 1980s retro vibe to me. I’m not sure if it was the style of art or the color palette but it brought me back to elementary school for sure. The flip flops were a fun nod to summer. The orange triangles were florescent and my first thought went to construction warning signs. They would also be great to flag something important in your calendar or planner.
Verdict: I loved my first month subscribing to Stickermom! While this was a Kiddie Mini Pack I felt some of the stickers were just too precious to share with my little ones (hey I figure I am allowed to have some sticker fun too!) so I kept the terrariums, campers and bears for myself. I enjoyed the curation and felt the value was certainly there as this pack cost $8.95 (with free shipping) and I’ve frequently seen full sheets of stickers sell for $2-$3 each. This is just a monthly envelope of happiness; I can’t wait to see what they send next!
What do you think of Stickermom?