Outside The Box Creation

Seriously fun & enriching subscription art boxes for elementary age children.

Plans as low as $33.28 / month
Product Overview
  • Because people are spending lots of time at home right now, we'll give you a choice of getting your first box right away or waiting for the next monthly box! Monthly subscription boxes are shipped the 7th of the month (closest business day). Order by the last day of the month to be included in the next month’s shipment.
  • Ships to from United States
  • Subscriptions automatically renew. Cancel anytime
Connect, Create & Educate
Need something to do while at home with kids? Engaging, educational & fun, we’ve curated each box to include all the supplies you need & easy-to-follow instructions. During COVID 19 when you order a pre-paid subscription, we will ship within 1 business day! NOTE: May be a different box from the monthly box!
  • Our instructions give enough easy-to-follow structure for anyone to feel successful AND also offer many opportunities to be creative! Our philosophy is to teach some skills & then let the artist try different things with a "no wrong answers in art" approach.
  • INSIDE THE BOX: A story to spark the imagination, a booklet of easy-to-follow instructions, and the highest-quality art materials.
  • Boxes include enough materials for 2 children. Great for gifts, homeschool or quality time with your child.
  • Shipping is a flat $9 fee per month - predictable, no surprises.
  • Right now, when you order a pre-paid subscription, we'll ship your first box right away! *Note, it may not be the monthly box depending on timing.

Sneak Peek

July 2020 Box: Summer fun with sun prints!

For the July Box, we selected a book by a black author, Max & the Tag Along Moon by Floyd Cooper, to show our support for the Black Lives Matter movement. It's summer! Let's have some fun in the sun with moon themed sun prints.

Order by July 2nd to get this box!

Questions

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Q: When will you have crates available again?Asked by Jennifer M., May 2020


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Q: Is it possible to order a single box- such as the December Snowflake Bentley? Asked by Carmen C., December 2019

Outside The Box Creation answered...December 2019

Hi Carmen, Thanks for asking! Cratejoy Marketplace does not allow us to
sell any products that are not subscriptions. You can find individual boxes
on our website, which is outsidetheboxcreation. We can't add actual links
to these emails. If you get there and have questions, you can email us
through the website or call us.

Thanks,
Beth Herrild
Founder/CEO


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Q: What are the adult boxes like!Asked by Robin B., August 2019

Outside The Box Creation answered...August 2019

Hi, thanks for asking! Our Art With Friends Boxes come with all of the
supplies for an art project for 2 people (you can actually probably stretch
it too if you're willing to share supplies,) cocktail napkins, food & wine
pairing ideas and a simple recipe that go with the theme. We have 4
projects currently: Italian Paper Marbling, Watercolor, Easy Retro Mono
Printing Project and a Zen Drawing Project. What specific questions can I
answer?

Thanks,
Beth

Outside The Box Creation reviewsReviews

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2 reviews

Great customer service!

Dec 31, 2018
Ben K.
1 Review
1 Helpful Vote
Subscribed for 27 days
Overall

I was very impressed with the great customer service at Outside the Box Creations. They were very helpful with issues that arose with shipping. I would definitely recommend this company for its excellent service! I ordered this box for my elderly father with Alzheimer's. Very nice material inside - hope he enjoys it!

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Super Fun

Sep 07, 2018
Nicole T.
8 Reviews
6 Helpful Votes
Overall

This is such a great box with high quality items. Not only did we receive a fun craft to do as a family, we also learned so much while doing it which is great way for kids to learn.

Past boxes from Outside The Box Creation

Frida Kahlo Self Portrait Box

Frida Kahlo Self Portrait Box

This box was about self portraits (selfies.) Kids painted self portraits focusing on expressing their own personalities!

Shapes Box

Shapes Box

This box was all about helping kids to break everything they see down into basic shapes and draw them!

Snowflake Bentley

Snowflake Bentley

Our December Box theme is snowflakes! Snowflake Bentley is the book, the element of art is contrast. This box also delves into symmetry and hexagons. The project utilizes watercolor pencils!

Matisse

Matisse

Our November Box was about the art of Henri Matisse and organic and geometric shapes.

Positive & Negative Space Box

Positive & Negative Space Box

Our late December Box is a mono print project about Positive & Negative Space! Kids love this book which beautifully illustrates the concept of positive & negative space and blows their minds! Then they'll create their own artwork with a brayer, foam print plate & paint!

February Box

February Box

Our February Box was about the age-old symbol of love & connection, the heart! The book is the Invisible String and the project is clay, pop art hearts!

Texture Box

Texture Box

This box is all about texture; both real, felt texture & visual texture! The book illustrations are textured paper collage. The box includes texture rubbing plates, oil pastels, scissors and glue to do rubbings and create their very own collages!

March 2020 Box

March 2020 Box

Our March box is all about Pointillism and the art of Georges Seurat and Paul Signac. It includes a set of Reeves gouache paint tubes & lots of "dot making tools" for kids to experiment with!

April 2020 Box

April 2020 Box

Our April Box is STEM or STEAM at its best! It explores bioluminescence & the wild sea creatures deep in the ocean using creamy artist crayons called Gelatos.

May Box

May Box

The May Box is a super fun STEAM project that explores the ideas of creativity & individuality - expressing those through art and design thinking! The project utilizes shimmery gel pens.

June 2020 Box

June 2020 Box

Our June Box is wild about Picasso, Cubism, shapes & dogs! And who doesn't like dogs? Kids learn about realistic art vs abstract art and how to break their drawings down into smaller shapes that they paint with watercolor!

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