Review | Kids Parcel Mystery Box

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Evie loves surprise toys, anything egg shaped and plastic with toy inside has her name written all over it ūüėČ So imagine a mystery¬†box full of toys, it’s what a three year old’s dreams are made of!

Kids Parcel create mystery boxes for children aged 3 Р10 years. They fill the boxes with top brands such as Disney, Play-Doh, Beanie Boos and Star Wars.

Kids Parcel are a British company that want to make present giving more fun (for the giver and receiver). We do this by supplying mystery toy boxes for kids packed full of surprise gifts like toys, games, books, stationery and DVDs.

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You can choose from girls, boys, unisex, Disney or Star Wars boxes and you can then enter your child’s age so that the folks at Kids Parcel can pick suitable¬†toys for your child. Each parcel also comes with a personalised message to make it even more special.

Although I was tempted to go for a unisex box as Evie enjoys all sort of different toys, I ended up going for a girls mystery box instead as she seems to be having a particularly pink and fluffy few weeks at the moment!

Here’s what we received in our box:

  • Disney Tsum Tsum Squishies (2 pack)
  • Crayola jumbo colouring book
  • Sparkly Play-Doh (6 pack)
  • Pig hand puppet
  • Olaf TY Beany Baby
  • Disney Princess Tiny Toppers
  • Animal pairs cards

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Evie was super pleased with everything that she got in her box, I don’t think I could have picked better for her myself! I asked her what her favourite toy was but she just couldn’t decide!

All boxes are priced at £29.99 which I think is very reasonable considering everything that we received. I also think this would make a great gift, much more fun that a standard birthday present.

We filmed a little unboxing video, have a watch…

Thanks for reading.


 

2 Comments

  1. October 12, 2016 / 11:27 am

    Oh wow! This looks fantastic. What a great box!
    The price is very reasonable considering what you get!

    • October 15, 2016 / 5:23 pm

      It’s really reasonable isn’t it? Thanks for reading x

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