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Gramma in a Box (September)


Hey neighbors!!

This post is definitely late.  We received the September Gramma in a Box and we created our treats, but then my life went crazy.  We were heading out for a trip to Pigeon Forge and I completely forgot to post.  I am sure you have seen my previous posts, but each box that comes is unique and has a theme.  September's box is Back to School.

So, let me share with you the treats we made. Each project has a card that tells you what items are needed, gives step by step instructions, and lists any possible allergens.





Our first project was wafer pencils.  They are so cute when finished.  A little chocolate chip is the pencil point.  



Our second project was creating apples for the "teacher"!!   I love the way these turned out!


The last project is decorating cookies!! This is one of our favorites.  We get creative with the icing and extra decorations!


If you are a parent or grandparent who is interested in having a fun time with your children or grandchildren be sure to stop by Gramma in a Box and sign up.  Just about everything you need comes ready to be used in the box.  Usually the only thing you need is your microwave, a microwave safe bowl, a spoon or butter knife.  Most of these things will already be found in your home.  

Gramma in a Box ships the beginning of each month.  If you hurry, and sign up by October 3rd you will receive the October box, but if not, be sure to sign up so you will receive the November box.  Sign up with an auto-debit program for only $20 a month, and your first box is only $10, no code needed.

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Gramma in a Box is a fun monthly subscription box that the whole family can enjoy.  Thanks for stopping by, see you soon!



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