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February is such a sweet month. With Valentine’s Day occurring in February, we think of hearts, candy, and other treats. Creating sweet treats is so much fun to do with your children or grandchildren. So many times grandmothers can’t spend all the holidays with our grandchildren. We can send them gifts, but the joy of baking with our grandchildren is certainly missed.
Gramma in a Box is a monthly subscription box that every grandmother will love! We can send these adorable boxes to our grandchildren and they can decorate cookies and share pictures or videos with their grandmother. But, this box isn’t only for grandmothers.
Anyone can enjoy the fun that comes each month from Gramma in a Box. The best thing about these boxes is that they have everything in them that you’ll need to decorate these beautiful cookies and make other treats. Each month the child will receive a box that contains cookies, frostings, sprinkles, and a treat to make. There’s also a little toy that comes in the box.
The boxes each month have a theme that is seasonal or based on a major holiday. February’s box had a Valentine’s Day theme. The cookies are adorable and the treats with marshmallows are so much fun to create.
I had such a blast with these cookies and treats. There are so many ways to use the frostings and sprinkles to decorate your cookies. Children will spend lots of time creating something delicious to eat! It’s time to order your box for March, too. I can’t wait to see all the bright Spring colors in the upcoming box.
It’s easy to try Gramma in a Box. You can order just one box, a 3-month subscription, a 6-month subscription, or a 12-month subscription. It’s easy to order and send these boxes to any child that you love. This is a wonderful way to share fun during a pandemic or when you live far away from your grandchild, niece or nephew. They’ll be so happy.
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