*This post is in association with Mud and Bloom
Those who know me know that I’m a huge fan of subscription boxes and I have recently got into children’s subscription boxes too. When I stumbled across Mud and Bloom, I knew that they would be a fantastic idea for little ones who love the outdoors as well as children who need some encouragement.
Mud and Bloom is a subscription box service aimed at children and encouraging them to get outdoors in the garden to discover what’s out there. Each box is packed full of crafts and activities.
Joshua has never been one to stay indoors and loves nothing more than exploring, so this was the perfect gift for him.
Inside the Box
- Calendula Seeds
- Beetroot Seeds
- 4 Organic Peat Free Compost Pellets
- Nature Walk Journal (empty, ready to be filled)
- Jam Jar Lantern (including citronella candle, paint brush and acrylic paints)
What We Liked About Mud and Bloom
What I loved about Mud and Bloom was that it was aimed purely at encouraging parents to get their children outdoors and have fun exploring together, whilst learning. The subscription box is perfect for the little ones who don’t get out exploring enough or those who can’t get enough of it.
It also lets the children get creative with nature crafts such as the Jam Jar Lanterns and encourages children to get outdoors and discuss what they find, with the Natural Journal. Joshua absolutely loved finding things to fill his Natural Journal with!
I also loved how you can learn about the process of growing food from planting the seed, caring for it through to eating. Joshua has been able to start learning about where food comes from.
But don’t just take my word on it! Find out what was in Earth Based Fun‘s box and how her little ones got on with their own Mud & Bloom box.
If you think your little one would love to try out Mud and Bloom, then take advantage of my 20% discount code! Enter ‘SUFFOLKDAD’ at the checkout, valid until 5th August.
Does your little one love the great outdoors? Do you think they would love a Mud and Bloom box?
Disclaimer: I was gifted some Mud and Bloom boxes in return for an honest review.