Superhero DIY Dress Up Activity Kit Only $11.99 on Amazon | Includes 3 Craft Projects

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Amazon is getting crafty!

Today, March 25th only, hurry on over to Amazon where they are offering up to 35% off Jackinthebox Science and Craft Kits.

These arts and craft kits are great for keeping your kiddo busy while also encouraging them to use their imagination, learn practical skills, and build confidence. These would make fantastic additions to your kiddo’s Easter basket as well!

Here are a few deals to score…

kids wearing space hero costumes

This superhero kit includes three craft projects – Wonder Cape, Superhero Mask, and Power Cuffs.

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Jackinthebox Princess Themed Arts and Crafts Kit
Only $12.99 (regularly $18.99)

This princess craft kit includes three craft projects – Princess Cape, Sparkling Tiara, and a Magic Wand.

boy playing with space kit and space mobile

Jackinthebox Space Explorer Arts and Craft Kit
Only $20.79 (regularly $25.99)

This kit includes six craft projects– Starry Kaleidoscope, Solar System Mobile, Lace The Constellation, Rocket Science Experiment, Space Explorer Board Game, and Phases Of The Moon.

girl wearing unicorn mask and holding starry wand

Jackinthebox Unicorn Arts and Craft Kit
Only $13.59 (regularly $16.99)

This unicorn craft kit includes three craft projects – Rainbow Nameboard, Starry Wand, and a Unicorn Eye Mask.

Head this way for all the BEST toy deals –>

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Comments 2

  1. Kate+4

    I just hate how they market the space for boys & unicorns for girls. Aren’t we past this stereotype yet?

    • Hihash

      My 6 year old girl is really into space and I didn’t even notice the marketing being for a boy/girl. Barbie just release a whole space line. It’s getting there…but slowly.

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