Weekend box review

Well it’s happened Autumn has arrived and now the leaves are falling and I can feel the temperature dropping. There is a lot I love about the changing of the seasons and the arrival of the colder months. But what I can’t stand is when the weather turns really nasty and we are stuck inside trying to entertain the kids. This weekend box might be the solution or at least for an afternoon!weekend box craftwithcartwright

So we were sent this weekend box to review and it arrived address to my youngest which he loved! (and my eldest hated!).

Inside was two sets of face paints. One to make a tiger face with full instructions and one set of party face paints with stampers. There was also a certificate to colour.

weekend box craftwithcartwrightOf course the contents were all scattered across the floor before I could even at a look at it, thanks to the youngest parcel opening skills.

My thoughts on the weekend box

The box was cute and it was nice it was addressed to my youngest. Priced at £2.99 I thought it was reasonable value. Also I’ve used Snazaroo face paints before and I’ve found they don’t irritate my kids skin which can be quite sensitive. Plus they wash off easily and don’t stain their skin.

The kids thoughts.

weekend box craftwithcartwrightThey thought that actually painting my face was much more enjoyable than having theirs done. Not sure what sort of a party I would be attending made up like this. Maybe a guerrilla warfare one? weekend box craftwithcartwright

I was sent the weekend box to review in exchange for my honest opinion. You can find out more in my advertising and disclosure policy.

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4 Replies to “Weekend box review”

  1. The weekend box is a great idea for the kids – hadn’t heard of this before, but definitely worth bearing in mind for when the kids tell you they’re bored. Plus the price is affordable too – thanks for the info!!

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