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February Gramma in a Box - Happy Valentine's Day - Giveaway

Hey neighbors!!

We had a lot of fun with the February Gramma in a Box!!  And we appropriately planned for it to post today, and then our car had issues this morning, my husband took me out to lunch and then shopping and we did not make it home until almost dinner time!!  So, here is what we thought of this month's Gramma in a Box!!

The February Gramma in a Box arrived and I was pretty excited to see what Terry came up with for this month's subscription box.  She always has such unique ideas.  Last month my husband and I did the box together.  This month it was just me to surprise the family.

We started with Valentine Candy Cane Hearts.  Above you can see the items we used, and below you will see the finished result.  They are so adorable and quite easy to make.  Gramma in a Box comes with recipe cards with step by step instructions, so you can easily complete each project.  She lists the ingredients need, along with any other items you will need from your kitchen.  Everything you need to add are pretty common items, like a spoon or butter knife or a microwave bowl.

Our next project were the Crispy Caramel Bites.  These looked so pretty when they were completed.  We had chocolate melts, caramel bits, crispy rice cereal, and we added the heart shaped sprinkles to ours.  On the back of the recipe cards you will find an ingredient list that will include items that someone might be allergic to.  She is always very careful to include the possible allergens.

Our last project was decorating cookies.  The cookies always come nicely packaged with pre-mixed icing in bags.  You simply snip a small hole in the bag of icing and start decorating.  I always try to start with a small hole for writing.  Then of course we had sprinkles and conversation hearts to add to the cookies.  As I said above she includes just about everything you need, including the wax paper to create your projects on.

Look at all these goodies, all from one subscription box.  Gramma in a Box is a subscription box available to anyone on a monthly basis.  It is perfect for grandparents and parents to do with their children and grandchildren, but are also perfect for teens or even college age students.  If you do not live near your grandchildren, send them the box and video call while they are creating the treats.

You can buy a one, three, six or twelve month subscription to Gramma in a Box.  If you choose auto debit, your first month is only $10.  Regular price is $20.  You can visit Gramma in a Box to subscribe, and I recommend following her social media as she shares upcoming projects, as well as pictures and reviews of previous boxes.  Please sign up by March 3rd if you want to receive the March box.

Gramma in a Box Social Media:
Facebook - HERE
Instagram - HERE

Terry is allowing us to have a giveaway for next month's box.  This giveaway will end the 27th, as she needs the winner's information in time for the March box.  Hurry up and enter and invite your friends to enter as well!!

Thanks for stopping by today, where neighbors share!!

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susansmoaks said…
the crispy caramel bites look delicious
John Smith said…
"Leave a comment telling me which February project was your favorite." I think the decorated cookies, because they're cute and charming!
andrea v said…
Decorating the sugar cookies
Shelly Peterson said…
The Crispy Caramel Bites is my favorite
decorating sugar cookies is always my favorite
Shelly Leatham said…
We'd love decorating cookies!
Meena said…
I love decorating cookies with my daughter. It's such great mother daughter time to bond!
latanya t said…
decorating the sugar cookies
katy said…
I like sugar cookies, so the decorated cookies is my favorite.
Bilqees Bano said…
love the sugar cookies
Jeremy said…
Decorating sugar cookies.
FireRunner2379 said…
My kids would love to have one of these boxes to make!
LauraJJ said…
Oh all such fun ideas! My favorite was the candy cane hearts! My grandson and I would love to do things like this every month! How fun!
bellagirl07 said…
My favorite is decorating cookies.
I love the crispy caramel bites. Caramels is the world.
Lexi Paige said…
Decorating cookies! It's so nostalgic.
I like the sucker craft the best this month
Decorating sugar cookies is my fav
starzine said…
The February project that is my favorite: Valentine Candy Cane Hearts.
Ellie Wright said…
My favorite was decorating cookies.
Trim girl said…
Valentine Candy Cane Hearts.
bethembrey said…
Decorating the cookies
bethembrey said…
decorating the cookies (i commented once but dont see it Sorry if its here and i dont see it

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