Stickermom Kiddie Club Review + Coupon – November 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).
My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
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 that it’s their birthday this month!
On the reverse side is a backpack coloring page. If you color the birthday page (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!
Four 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.
Bacon! Now if only these strips were scratch and sniff, they might be my all-time favorite stickers.
These Violette brand animal stickers are just stunning renditions. My son has been getting into writing stories lately and these are going to go into his next mini book.
Stickermom is celebrating their first birthday this month and has provided many festive birthday-themed stickers to help them celebrate. These sparkly balloons, confetti, and streamers will be great for decorating a birthday card.
My daughter loved these circus train stickers. They have bright colors and sparkly silver touches throughout.
My son is also celebrating a birthday this month along with Stickermom and loved these adorable cupcakes with cute faces.
We always look forward to some puffy stickers and these small hearts have great colors and designs. They remind me a bit of the Lisa Frank stickers from my 1980s childhood.
I’ve never received a sticker set like these in all my subscriptions. The body parts for a lemur and flamingo are provided for you to put together. I like the graphic modern design of these and that they are interactive.
What a lovely collection of cakes from Violette Stickers. They are so intricately designed from the flowers to the cake stands.
These owls sure look ready to party with noisemakers, presents, and party hats!
I love these shooting stars with rainbow trails.
These wrapped present stickers aren’t quite as beautiful and detailed as I’ve come to expect from this brand (Violette Stickers), but they are still pretty.
More birthday party stickers! These will also be great for decorating a birthday card or envelope and go well with the balloons and streamers above.
Rainbow Stripe Stickers
This long sheet of stickers is a separate stripe for each sparkly color. When lined up side by side they form a rainbow. I think these would look wonderful cut down to fit a planner.
Verdict: Stickermom is such a fun treat to find in the mailbox! I enjoyed the curation and felt the value was certainly there as this pack cost $8.95 (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!
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, you will receive the January Box. Order by the 5th to get that month’s box.
Coupon – Use code CELEBRATE to save 25% off your first box!
Value Breakdown: This box cost me $8.95, which means that each of the 13 sticker sheets in the box has an average cost of $0.69.
What do you think of Stickermom?