Gramma In A Box Giveaway

This giveaway is brought to you by Gramma In A Box. All opinions are my own.  Are you looking for an awesome subscription box for your kids? You need to check out Gramma in a Box! It’s filled with cookies, frosting, and sprinkles. Each box has 3 candy crafts with easy instructions to create delicious treats! Gramma in a Box has everything you need for 20 treats!  

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  Gramma in a Box was created when the owner’s three grandchildren moved to Seattle. She was always boxing up cookies and treats that they could make together when they Skyped. These times created great memories and yummy treats.  If you don’t live near your Grandma or if you are looking for a way to do fun things with your grandkids – you need to order Gramma in a Box! 

Read the full Gramma in a Box review at SavingYouDinero.com. She had so much fun with all these baked goods. 

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About Gramma in a Box:

Your monthly Gramma in a Box includes baked cookies with frosting and sprinkles as well two easy candy crafts to make – enough to make up to 20 finished products in each box.  Step-by-step instructions with color illustrations are included.  Fun for everyone in the family. Check out  β€œHow it Works” for more information. It included everything (almost!) you need to decorate 8 cookies and make 2 candy crafts (up to 20 finished items each month).

It is so well organized and the only things we needed were some paper plates, a bowl to melt the chocolate, and some knives to spread the icing. Gramma has thought of everything.

Save with this coupon code from Gramma in a Box:

Save $10 off the prepaid subscription for the 3 months, 6 months, or 12-month option. Just use code: 10off at checkout! Click here to order now! Stay Connected:

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Giveaway Details:

  • Open to US residents
  • Ends July 24, 2020
  • Prize: Win A 3 Month Subscription To Gramma In A Box

Good Luck!

22 thoughts on “Gramma In A Box Giveaway”

  1. Vickie L Couturier

    this is so cool,,i have 4 grandkids that i havent seen since feb due to the virius so this would be perfect for me to send them

  2. I remember making home made bread with my step dads mom when we were all kids. She had a bread maker and we would make the dough and get all fun and powder all over us.

  3. Jennifer Wilson

    I once showed my grandma a kid’s learn to crochet kit. She took it, and I thought she was wanting to look at it better. She started walking away, and the next thing I knew, she threw it in the trash. I followed her and she then went to her sewing room and handed me a REAL crochet hook and a skein of yarn and said she couldn’t crochet on what I had bought and she wouldnt teach me on it!

    1. Oh, I loved my Grandmom just because of things like that. One of my grandmothers taught me how to sew. She had to be awfully patient to teach all of her grandchildren! But, the memories were better than the skills πŸ™‚

  4. My favorite memory of my grandma is taking my daughter who was one year old and loved bananas- well my grandma knew we were coming and she had a banana all sliced and ready on her plate when we got there. Then my grandma laughed my grandma laugh!

  5. My favorite memories of my Grandma are of going to tag sales and antique stores with her. I really miss those days.

  6. My favorite memory of my Grandma (who is 92 now) is playing at her house when I was little in my frog swimming pool and swing set. Such fun summer days!

  7. Stephanie Liske

    My Grandma was very sweet and wouldn’t say no to anyone. The little kids drug her around like she was their personal play mate.

  8. My favorite memory would be of spending Sunday nights at her house! She would pick us up & then going to pick out a movie for that evening along w/making root beer floats!

  9. My grandmother was a farmer and a seamstress in Poland and I lived with her until I was 7 and moved to the US. I remember helping her sew, I would pull the fabric through the machine for her. It was an old school sewing machine, foot pedals to get it going. I also remember her giving me fresh warm milk from milking the cows straight into my metal mug.

  10. LeAnn Harbert

    My grandma would always take me fishing if I helped her with yard work. Now I take my granddaughters fishing.

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