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Lil’ Grace DIY Subscription Box Review – January 2021

Becca Peterson
ByBecca PetersonJan 30, 2021 | 0 comments

Lil' Grace by Confetti Grace
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Because of popular demand, the bi-monthly Confetti Grace Box is now offering a new monthly mini box! Lil’ Grace DIY Box is a new monthly DIY craft subscription that sends a box filled with enough craft supplies to create 2-3 featured projects that are just as high quality as the original box, but on a smaller scale!

“Throw Kindness Around Like Confetti” is this company’s motto, and these projects give the gift of quality time with family and friends. To top it off, 20% of net profits are donated to worldwide charities!

This review is for the Lil’ Grace Monthly DIY Box which is $14.95 + $4.95 for shipping each month.

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

About Confetti Grace

The Subscription Box: Lil’ Grace Monthly DIY Box

The Cost: $14.95 monthly + $4.95 for U.S. shipping

COUPON: Use code confettimsa5 to save $5 off your first box.

The Products: A specially curated mini box filled with enough craft supplies to create 2 of one project: one to keep, and one to give away, or to share with a friend! (Recommended ages are 8 years – adult.)

Ships to: The continental U.S. for $4.95

Lil’ Grace Monthly DIY Box January 2021 Review

Lil’ Grace is a smaller monthly option that Confetti Grace offers, and I love it! The entirety of this experience makes for the perfect date hour for me and my kids. Included are 2 small projects that are holiday themed and fun to make. This month we received the necessary supplies to create two Valentine’s Day Signs and Holders. They turned out amazingly well, and this time I talked my boys into giving one away as a gift. Check out below to see how they turned out.

Included in our box is a set of instructions that explain how to create the project. If you are better at following photo directions, they have those too! I have found they offer some useful tips in these directions, and also give way for your own customization.

Supplies

 

To create our signs and holders, we received all of the necessary supplies except for a hammer. Included was white and pink paint, a foam paintbrush, glue, wooden bases, sand paper, heart embellishments, nails, and thick cardstock.

Gift Bag with Card and Envelope

Because Confetti Grace suggests keeping one of these gifts for yourself and giving one away, we received all of the packaging supplies for one of our signs. I absolutely love the minimalistic details including the gold heart tissue paper, and heart/airplane card. Hank and Charlie decided to package one of our signs up for Grandma and Grandpa…..the packaging was almost as cute as the sign itself!

Creating the Signs

 

Before we began, we grabbed an old cloth placemat to cover our workspace, as this project included a bit of painting. Once our surface was protected, Hank decided to paint the base of his sign holder white. Once the sign holder was painted, he set it aside and began working on his sign. Using the included glue, he added rows of hearts on the white cardstock. The instructions suggested placing them in an Ombre type pattern and folding the hearts so they looked 3D,  but Hank had his own idea.  Once his sign was complete, he decided to fill out the card. This month he decided that his project was my Valentine’s Day present, but that the one Charlie and I made should go to Grandma and Grandpa. Adding extra hearts to the envelope, his card was ready to go. By the time the sign was made and the card was filled out, it was time to hammer on the saying. Hank chose “I Love You” and hammered it into place with the gold nails (this was by far his favorite part of the craft!). Once the quote was hammered on, he set his card in the top and was complete!

 

How cute are these little signs?! While Charlie and I followed the instructions to complete Grandma and Grandpa’s sign, there is something incredibly charming about Hank’s mixture of heart colors that makes me swoon (or it could be the fact that he made it just for me!) Being given a homemade gift is one of the best feelings in the world, and we had so much fun making them.

Verdict: Lil’ Grace DIY Box is all about love this month. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, our bright and cheery Signs and Holders turned out absolutely perfect. Not only were we able to make two gifts, but we also had a wonderful time together painting, gluing, and hammering. Crafting is one of our top activities to do together, and it sure makes it easy to receive a kit with all of the supplies in it. We can’t wait to see what’s in store for February!

Lil’ Grace Monthly DIY Box costs $14.95 + $4.95 per monthly delivery, so each tree averages out to about $6.63. I feel this was a decent value as we also received a card and packaging supplies to give one as a gift. That coupled with the fact that we have leftover glue, paint, and heart embellishments is a win for me!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, you’ll receive the February delivery.

COUPON: Use code confettimsa5 to save $5 off your first box.

Check out all of our Confetti Grace reviews and our top craft box subscriptions as voted on by our readers!

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What do you think of the Lil’ Grace Monthly DIY Box? Who did you share your project with?

Lil' Grace DIY projects are the same quality of crafts offered in our Original Confetti Boxes, but smaller in size and arriving monthly! As with our Confetti Grace Box, you will always receive more than one project in the Lil' Grace Box, so you can keep one & give one - or enjoy crafting with someon... read more.
Becca Peterson
Becca Peterson
While I am taking a time-out from being a Clinical Laboratory Scientist, I am currently staying at home with my 2 sweet boys! My first subscription was Julep thanks to happening upon the MSA website, and it all went downhill from there! I have subscribed to Ipsy, Boxycharm, Degustabox, Julep, Graze, Bluum, Walmart, and more because I love a good surprise! I truly am a subscription addict!

Becca Peterson
Becca Peterson
While I am taking a time-out from being a Clinical Laboratory Scientist, I am currently staying at home with my 2 sweet boys! My first subscription was Julep thanks to happening upon the MSA website, and it all went downhill from there! I have subscribed to Ipsy, Boxycharm, Degustabox, Julep, Graze, Bluum, Walmart, and more because I love a good surprise! I truly am a subscription addict!
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