My Mummy's World : Autumn Crafts with Baker Ross

Monday, 21 September 2015

Autumn Crafts with Baker Ross

Jack loves anything where he can be creative, and this month we were lucky enough to receive a Baker Ross delivery. 
I always used to associate Baker Ross with education and that only had their items however I couldn't be further from the truth. 

Within our parcel from Baker Ross, we had a range of products from their new and upcoming range. This was a range of Autumn and Halloween crafts, with some Rugby colouring included to celebrate the Rugby World Cup. 

Baker Ross make crafting so simple, even younger children can enjoy. This has really shown through with Jack as he has been able to achieve lots with the supplies we were sent. He needed a little help with threading some ribbon through the small holes but everything else he managed himself. 

Jack had fun decorating some foam Hedgehogs. They come with a variety of different coloured and shaped leaves which are precut. There are 5 different hedgehogs within the pack in 3 different colours. 

We also enjoyed some crafting ready for Halloween with the Spooky Bat Bucket Kits we were sent. 

 Again a variety of precut foam pieces were included, and Jack happily enjoyed decorating. The set includes 3 buckets and then a range of 3 different coloured accessories to decorate the bats. 

Baker Ross also do a range of small 'fun toys' which are brilliant as party bag fillers and little prizes. Jack had these Skull Whistles, which amazingly don't whistle and make a noise. There was also some flashing hedgehogs in there. 

In all products Baker Ross do a range of size packets - not necessarily including the same amount in which I have stated we received. The more items you buy the better value they work out at, but even the smaller packets are such amazing value for money. 

Its been lovely to help Jack learn about Autumn by crafting. Especially as the wet weather is becoming more of a regular thing. 

Please Note: We were sent a variety of products in return for an open, honest review. All opinions are my own.

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