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Gramma in a Box, Unboxed!!

Hey neighbors!!

I am totally sold on Gramma in a Box!  It is a great way for grandparents to spend a little time with grandchildren with activities already planned and prepared for.  Yes, the boxes are also perfect for moms to do with their children, or for teens to just have fun with. Grandparents can plan time together to do the box, or if you are far away, you could Skype or FaceTime to do the Gramma in a Box projects.  So, below is our unboxing video.




Each month Terri, the creator of Gramma in a Box, sends a box of subscription treats out.  Many are season or holiday themed.  This month's box was so much fun!  We did videos of each treat being made and then took pictures too!! I hope you enjoy the videos!!

Our first project this month was marshmallow flowers!  After completing the flowers, I took scissors and made some tiny cuts in the marshmallows to make them look just a little different.






Our second project was adorable Bird's Nests with tiny jelly bean eggs.  You use Chinese Noodles and melted chocolate to create the nests and then add the jelly beans!







The third project was decorating cookies.  You get three different colors of icing ready to use, just snip the end of the bag with scissors and you are ready to go.  There are also different sprinkles for the cookies!!





The great thing about Gramma in a Box is everything is there and ready.  You just need to provide a microwave safe bowl, a spoon or two and of course a pair of scissors to snip the end of the icing bags.  You do need a microwave to melt the chocolate, unless you do it the old fashioned way. What a great way to spend some time with your grandchildren!



Gramma in a Box has a few different plans for receiving the subscription box.  You can find more information HERE on her website.  You can save $10 on your first box by enrolling in the auto debit subscription.  You must place your order by May 3rd to receive the May box.


Also she loves to see pictures and videos of Gramma in a Box in use, so be sure to share some to her social media pages!!
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