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Gramma in a Box - Do at Home Fun!!


Hey neighbors!!

I know many of you are presently spending loads of time at home and so are the children.  Well, guess what?  Gramma in a Box is a perfect way to spend some time together.  Gramma in a Box is a monthly subscription box with food crafts inside.  They ship the beginning of each month directly to your door.

This month we had St. Patrick's Day crafts!!  First off we made Shamrock Pretzel Pops.  Pretty neat idea!!  You take three pretzels with their ends dipped in melted chocolate and put them together on a lollipop stick and add some sprinkles for decoration.  (My husband snuck into them last night!!)



The second project was Marshmallow Pot O' Gold Cups.  My daughter thought these looked great, but didn't seem to think they would taste real good.  In this one you cant the marshmallows with your left over melted chocolate and then spoon it in to the gold paper cups.  We then added gold candy coins.


The last project is one of our very favorites, decorating St. Patrick's Day Cookies.  We had three different tubes of icing, white, gold and of course green.  The cookies were shaped like clover and pots of gold.  Add to this the different sprinkle choices available and you can really have fun!!



Almost everything you need comes in the Gramma in a Box.  We needed to supply our own microwave bowl, a butter knife, and a spoon.  Oh, and our microwave of course.  All the ingredients, from the cookies to the icing and sprinkles arrive nicely packaged in a box.  She even includes wax paper to put under your treats as you create them.


It is so simple to sign up for Gramma in a Box.  Simply go to her website and choose the subscription option that works for you.  You can order just one box for $20 all the way up to 12 months (prepaid). When you choose the prepaid option your first box is only $10.  Taxes are included and it is free shipping to the contiguous US.  You MUST sign up by April 3rd to receive the April box, so be sure to click on over there and get signed up.  Also keep an eye out here as we occasionally do a giveaway with Gramma in a Box.

Thanks for stopping by today!! Be sure to follow Gramma in a Box on her social media to stay updated on upcoming boxes!!

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