There is something magical about stickers. I used to love collecting them, and now my daughter is a huge sticker fan. One way that kids can collect a fun collection of stickers is with the Pipsticks, a subscription company that provides a selection of curated stickers to its subscribers every month.
This includes stickers that are sources from manufacturers from all over the world- delivering gorgeously packaged and affordable stickers that kids can collect, trade, and get excited about each month.
This includes a kit of 15 stickers, cards, a postcard (with postage) and a useful sticker club guide where they highlight some of the features of the kit. This also includes fun packaging that your kids will love as they rip open their latest collection of stickers. The kits are $15 a month and can be set up for subscription for one-month, six months or a year. These are also great gift ideas for kids where parents can order them for their kids or friends where they then will receive their very own mail.
Created by mom of three, Maureen Vazquez, stickers have been true to her heart as a child where she created Pipsticks after looking for a sticker subscription and came up empty. As an avid collector as a kid, Pipsticks is committed to "bring the awesomeness of stickers to everyone in a fun, affordable, and gorgeous package" as well as take the headache out of sticker clubbing.
Additionally, they just launched an Ideas blog, which features craft projects and activities that center around or incorporate stickers. This stuff relies on high-tech supplies like toilet paper rolls and bobby pins, so is very accessible across the board.
In our heavily tech households, Pipsticks gives kids (and kids at heart) the timeless fun of anticipation that comes with receiving (snail) mail. It also gives parents some peace and quiet as the packs are full of stickers and goodies to keep the little ones occupied as soon as they open them up.
Want to join the club? Enter the code MOMTRENDS at checkout to receive your first month of any Club or Family Club subscription for FREE.
Momtrends was not paid for this post. We were given some samples for review.