Get Crafty with ItsySparks

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Thaddeus is a crafty boy, not sure what started it but that boy loves to do crafts of all sorts. Imagine his surprise when I came across ItsySparks, a company that sends out ItsyKits on a monthly basis for your kids to do crafts!  Yeah, he was super excited!  Especially because I’ve had the box sitting in my office for a couple of weeks and he didn’t even know!

ItsySparks ItsyKit Seasons

Earlier this week he had Monday off from school due to Presidents Day, so I decided it was the perfect time to show him the crafts and he set off for a few hours of fun!

ItsySparks is a monthly subscription place where you are able to enjoy themed activity kits that contain 3-4 different educational projects for your kids to enjoy.  Each kit provides a learning experience for your child and allows them to have fun at the same time.  Kids would rather have fun than be bored and with the ItsyKits they get to do both!  Each kit includes all the materials you would need for each craft along with wonderful instructions.

We received a season’s kit, which included four different crafts in it; spring, summer, fall, and winter!

You should have seen Thaddeus after he made the Lai, it was so funny!  The boy was dancing around singing, “I’m going to Hawaii, I’m going to Hawaii!”  I was thinking, “Oh how I wish we were going to Hawaii!”.

ItsyKit Seasons - Summer
ItsyKit Seasons – Summer

He still has the winter craft to do, but I didn’t want him to do them all in one day.

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The great thing with ItsySparks is that you have the option to have different types of subscriptions, you can go monthly and cancel at any time or you can purchase a 6-month or 12-month subscription and the kits will come each month! A monthly subscription is $24.99 a month and automatically billed. You can get the 6-month subscription for $119.94 and the 12-month subscription for $239.88 and you get a bonus gift!

Disclosure: ItsySparks provided me with an ItsyKit for the purpose of this post. All opinions are that of my own. No other monetary compensation will take place.

3 Comments

  1. Sarah Shields

    March 1, 2013 at 12:27 pm

    This is a nice idea but I just don’t think I would ever subscripe to a monthy craft to come to the house.
    They look like fun but seems a little expensive.

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    • Shawn Ann Griffith

      March 1, 2013 at 12:58 pm

      The price isn’t really all that bad, yeah it probably could be a little cheaper. However, you do get a good amount of crafts in the box and all the supplies you’d need in order to make them. Plus it gives the kids something to do!

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  2. Laura Jacobson

    March 20, 2013 at 2:49 pm

    Oh I love this idea! Im not real crafty…lol…and would be great to have some fun crafts to make with Carter! And…no running around the stores looking for supplies!!!

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