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Craft of Faith Subscription Box Review + Unboxing | May 2019

craft of faith review

Craft of Faith is a monthly bible school in a box. Each package comes with 4 crafts. One based on the Old Testament, one based on the New Testament, one from Proverbs and one from Psalms. Boxes are $19.95 monthly. You can also add on a child for $34.95 monthly and 3 children is $49.95 monthly and 4 children is $64.95 monthly. They also offer special holiday boxes and a Sunday school box as well. NAT a tree pays for this subscription.

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Our first look inside the Craft of Faith package for May.

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Everything that we received in our box. There are 4 individually wrapped crafts, a pack of crayons and a guardian guide.


So what is all this stuff?

Our box insert.

This is intended to help guardians with using the subscription.


Every box from Craft of Faith includes a four pack of Crayola crayons to help children complete their crafts.


The first craft is based around Genesis 7:1-2, “Go into the ark, you and your whole family because I have found you righteous in this generation. Take with you 7 pairs every kind of clean animal, a male and it’s mate. And a pair of every unclean animal, a male and it’s mate. This package included memory cards with animal images, 2 sheets of paper and our instructions. This will be a fun game to play with the kiddos


Our next craft is based around Psalm 18:2, “God is my fortress and He will protect me.” To complete our craft we received 3 fortress walls, paper flag cutouts and 2 popsicle sticks. This will be really fun to complete with the kids as well! We love how they are including crafts that are a bit more than just paper!


Our third craft is from Proverbs 22:6, “Train a child up in the way he should go, and when he gets older he will not depart from it.” This is the “Faithful Train” craft and includes train cutouts, a template for your train and some cotton balls to glue on for the steam. This is one that we are sure Oliver will be stoked about!


Our final craft is from Luke 3:22, “You are my son, whom I love; with you I am well pleased.” We received to complete this craft 2 dove cutouts, white yarn, 2 google eyes and three chipboard hearts. This makes a great Mother’s or Father’s Day gift as you can write the child’s name on the heart and attach it to the dove once you’ve cut it out!


So in summary

Presentation: Everything arrived to us perfectly in this month’s Craft of Faith Box and we love that each craft is individually packaged.

Quality: We feel like they’ve really stepped it up with this box. This has by far the best crafts they’ve sent us YET! We can’t wait to complete these with the kiddos!

Curation: They sent us a really wide variety of crafts that most ages can complete. We love that it gets them using and improving fine motor skills as well.


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Craft of Faith is a great way to be able to enjoy bible study for children without having to leave the house. The May package has the best crafts from them yet!

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