Monday, December 7, 2009

Project of the Month Club: Gift Idea

Little Man loves crafts. He constantly asks me to "think of an idea, think of an idea!" However, I often find myself with idea and no supplies, or the supplies and a complete lack of ideas.

I was recently introduced to the Project of the Month Club, which seems to be the perfect solution to my dilemma. They offer a variety of creative gifts for kids ages 4 to 11 and deliver them to your doorstep as often as you like. From woodworking kits to art and crafts or science projects, the Project of the Month Club offers something for every creative kid.
The Project of the Month Club offers projects in the following categories:
Mix & Match: A variety of projects, allowing kids to explore different interests
Master Builders: Projects to be hammered, nailed, screwed, glued and painted
Future Designers: Projects that take a bit of patience and concentration
Aspiring Artist: Projects that are all about art and creativity
Seismic Scientist: Projects all about mixing, measuring, making slime and experimenting

We received the Step Stool kit and the Tissue Box Cover project. Both included everything needed to create the final product, plus illustrated instruction sheets. Because Little Man is on the younger side, these are crafts that we were able create together. We built the step stool together, and he was so excited with the finished project. He had to tell everyone about it.

Project of the Month Club would make a perfect gift for those hard to buy for kids. And who doesn't love to get a present throughout the whole year?

Buy It:
Project of the Month Club has generously offered readers a 10% discount. Simply click over from the links in the post and the code overthewall will be used on your order. But hurry, Christmas orders must be received by December 17th!

Thanks to Project of the Month Club for providing the kits for our review.


koreen (aka: winn) said...

Sounds like a great idea for a hands-on boy! =)

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Anonymous said...

I signed up both my boths to receive a project a month. The complete payment was taken out of my account and then no projects arrived. I called and emailed the company and never received a response. I paid $525 and received nothing in return! I have since put a claim into my credit card company and they are going to go after these people.

Don't fall for this scam!!!!!!

The company obviously went out of business and they are now trying to steal people's money.