Review: ChiChi-World Crafty Boxes…


*Update* Please note that ChiChi-World are no longer a trading company.

Alice loves crafting so when ChiChi-World got in touch about their Learn as you play Arts and Crafts box I knew she would enjoy them.

Learn as you play Arts and Crafts box are sent to your door each month, with a different theme every month. We were sent the All Things Crafty box for May and the theme was Sports and Games.

The box arrived, it was a handy letterbox size, and it contained six different activities to do throughout the month. Each activity was in a cute little bag, labeled with how much adult supervision they would need.


In the bag contained the instructions and all the bits you would need to complete it. In the overall box was a pack of felt tip pens, crayons and a glitter gel pen, all of which would last us much longer than completing these tasks.


I always save our crafting for when Holly is having her nap after lunch. It means I can have dedicated time with Alice and do something that she loves. Alice couldn’t wait to get started.

Our first task was Lacing a Shoe, to begin with Alice had to colour in the shoe in your own design. Well Alice is a little girl that likes to follow the rules, so when she saw the picture on the instructions she would only use the purple and blue felt tip pens.


Once Alice had finished she had to lace up the shoe, I showed her once and then she managed to do the rest herself and was very proud of herself.

The second task we did was making the Winners Badge. Alice had to scrape of the black side of the disc with the yellow scrapping tool provided. Alice thought that was great fun, mummy was there to pick up all the black bits!

Once that was done she just had to clip the disc onto the badge and snap the clear plastic in place. She was able to it all on her own and wore her badge proudly.


The third task was to design a Tennis Racket Biff Bat. Decorating the bat either like theirs or her own design, Alice went with her own design. She didn’t do much decorating, as she was to eager to try the second part which was to see how many times she could hit the bat with the ball, that was attached. She was actually pretty good…


We then decided to save the other three tasks for another time. Alice must have enjoyed doing them, as it was her that asked to do them a couple of days later.

The fourth task was a Stick on Football Mosaic Coaster. Alice really surprised me with this one, she did the entire thing on her own. She knew to copy the design on the picture and she was able to take the backing of the pieces to stick down. To begin with she told me black was boring and she would just have white, but when she saw what she was creating she changed her mind.


Not a bad job for a three year old…


The fifth task was making a magnetic winners trophy for the fridge. There were lots of stickers to use to decorate the trophy and Alice had to write her name too. We didn’t make it into a magnet, as our fridge isn’t magnetic. Instead Alice displayed it in her bedroom.


The sixth task was Rugby Player Finger Puppets, Alice had to colour them in first. Alice has always loved colouring, but she would prefer to have a blank piece of paper than a colouring book. Recently I have been getting her to use a colouring book instead and showing her to keep in the lines. These were great for her to practice with.


Once they were ready, she popped her fingers through the holes and with the green fluffy pom pom that was included for the ball, the game could begin.

We really enjoyed doing the different activities over the week, it was nice to have them all ready to go as soon as Holly went to sleep. Because they are each in a separate bag, you could easier take out one bag at a time and spread them over the month.

The best bit…there was no mess to clear up afterwards!

ChiChi-World Crafty Boxes are a monthly subscription plan, you pay £7.99 per month, which includes P&P and everything you need. I didn’t use anything except what was in the box. You will receive a Crafty Box each month, no later than the 29th of each month. Each month has a different theme. There is no lengthy tie in, you can cancel whenever you need to.

They are designed with preschoolers and Primary Key Stage 1 children in mind. Alice starts school In September and all these activities she was able to do with very little assistance from me.

ChiChi-World are offering one lucky person the chance to experience their craft boxes too. You can win a three month subscription, that means you will receive a Crafty Box each month for three months.

If you would like to be in with a chance to win a three months subscription, just complete one or more entries on the Rafflecopter below and please read my giveaway disclaimer first before entering. Good luck!


Disclosure: ChiChi-World sent us one Crafty Box for the purpose of this review, however all opinions are my own.

Giveaway closed

Share this:


  1. May 17, 2016 / 08:55

    It’s really good that you don’t need to use anything else and they really do send you everything you need!

  2. May 17, 2016 / 09:01

    I love the way everything is packaged up in handy bags so you can just get on with the job I hand! Great for time-poor parents!
    Thanks for linking up with #triedtested this week x

  3. May 17, 2016 / 18:37

    This is my first time hearing about the boxes but I love the concepts you have come up with and she has done a great job especially since she is only 3 years old!
    Ana De- Jesus recently posted…Dreaming In Pink With Kaytie WuMy Profile

  4. May 17, 2016 / 19:27

    £7.99 is such a reasonable price for such a cute crafts box, I don’t have kids yet and if my nephew was a little older I would subscribe.

  5. May 17, 2016 / 21:56

    I love this and the subscription price of £7.99 p.month is a really good offer. It really does look like fun and something my boy and girl could find interest in

  6. May 17, 2016 / 22:29

    This is actually a really good idea! It’s great to do activities with kids, but can be hard trying to think of them & get what you need together and then prep it. These ideas all sound simple, fun and appropriate for the age group, with some useful skills thrown in too.
    Silly Mummy recently posted…Toddler, ‘I Want to Know What That Is’ (A Foreigner Parody)My Profile

  7. May 18, 2016 / 06:37

    What a super idea!
    It’s so hard thinking of new activities to do but this keeps them going without you having to think too much.
    It looks like your biggish girlie loved doing them.x
    Gemma Nuttall recently posted…Back up! Back up!My Profile

  8. May 18, 2016 / 06:47

    These are great and would be fantastic when going away. Just wish my little boy had a longer concentration span when it comes to crafts. Gem #BloggerClubUK

  9. May 18, 2016 / 14:04

    This is a really nice idea if you’ve not got a craft box! I love it 🙂
    Karen recently posted…Meal Times = FunMy Profile

  10. May 18, 2016 / 21:41

    What a lovely idea for a subscription box. looks great fun for little ones and jam packed with things to do

  11. May 20, 2016 / 20:37

    This sound like a really cool idea and reasonably priced. Looks like she really enjoyed all the different activities! #BloggerClubUk

  12. May 22, 2016 / 19:34

    What a great idea! My kids would love this – I entered your giveaway 🙂 They love crafts & adore getting something in the post so this is a really wonderful combination of the both! Thanks so much for linking up with #bloggerclubuk x

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

CommentLuv badge