We were recently asked to try willow and wild a nature inspired subscription box. We love anything to do with nature and crafts so this was perfect for us. The boxes are aimed at 3 – 8 year olds, packed full of growing, craft, cooking and outdoor activities, delivered straight to your door.

There are various options a monthly subscription costs £12.99. There are other options for 3 months , stand alone boxes or yearly subscriptions. They are fab if you have little ones of your own or for a gift. Great alternative to an Easter egg too with Easter just around the corner.

The boxes fit through the letterbox which is fab , the anklebiters were so excited as they had their names on the front too. The boxes were so informative and were jam-packed with loads of fun activities.

We were sent the radish and snapdragon boxes and they included the following

  • Radish and Snapdragon seeds
  • Mini plant pots
  • Compost discs
  • Plant markers
  • Planting and growing seed cards
  • Healthy eating recipe cards
  • Craft and activity booklet
  • 6 felt tip pens
  • Glue stick
  • Google eyes
  • Pipe cleaners
  • Colouring sheet
  • Paper plates
  • Paper fastener

They are amazing value for money as the activities can be done one per day so you have a few mornings or afternoons of activities. They are perfect for half term , my two have loved getting their boxes out every morning and have been saying “what are we doing today Mummy”

They really are great for this age and everything is in the box so you don’t have to go hunting for extra bits to use the box. The activities are definitely age appropriate , Frankie needed a little bit of help but her brother was happy to help.


As you can see the little ones really enjoyed creating nature inspire crafts and colouring in. They loved planting the seeds and have been checking every day. I think these at great little boxes for development too , they also prompt learning questions. I would really recommend these for anyone with littles ones aged 3-8.

*We were sent two willow and wild boxes in return for an honest review , as always all thoughts and opinions are my own.


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