Wednesday 13 July 2016

GiftAlien gift box - Peppa Pig Movie night in Review

My children are massive Peppa pig fans its something that is on in our house a lot. We were recently approached to try out a box for children to have a movie night in. The lovely people at GiftAlien sent my little Peppa pig a little box full of all the goodies for a No adults allowed Peppa Pig Movie Night. The box has been on the table for a while and has sparked some interest, Ive found Ami under the table trying to prise the box open before now. Thankfully for them the time came to see what was in the green box.

Little shouts of joy came out as two little people saw that the box contained lots of Peppa Pig Goodies. The box contained enough for two children the list contained:

  • Peppa Pig DVD, with 10 short stories (lasting over 50 minutes)
  • Peppa Pig sticker set, 6 sheets of stickers (12 sheets in the 4 child box)
  • Peppa Pig poster art painting kits (one for each child)
  • Peppa Pig paper drinking cups (one for each child)
  • Kiddlicious, strawberry fruit wriggles (one for each child)
  • Organix oath bars (one for each child)
  • Robinsons Hydro Sprint water bottles (one for each child)
  • 4 Peppa Pig balloons
  • GiftAlien movie ticket stubs (one for each child)

  • I brought the outside picnic bench and placed it in front of the TV so they could sit and watch Peppa. I also gave them there tickets and made them queue up as if they were at the cinema, although Ami actually thought she was going to the cinema. They were most excited about the painting and the balloons. They sat for a good 30 mins whilst I put Peppa on in the background and happily painted. I was actually rather impressed with the results. When they finished they moved onto the snacks and drinks, which all contained healthy snacks unlike when we go to the cinema and its all popcorn and chocolate.

    Ami said "This is the best time ever" I think mainly because they are not allowed to paint in the front room and it made it that little bit extra special that they did. Personally I thought the idea was really cute and enjoyed seeing them so excited about what was in the box. Was defiantly a win with these two at ages 2 and 3. Obviously we didn't do the painting at night time and I didn't leave them on there own as they are only young (and the fact that they destroyed the carpet with there paint before now hence the paint in the kitchen only rule was evoked).

    We loved this GiftAlien Box perfect for friend coming over, siblings to enjoy or even a special date with your child. It brings something a bit different and fun and would make a special birthday present for a child. This box mentioned about retails at £19.99 and includes free delivery which I personally think is a total bargain. I liked the extra features such as the admit one entry ticket.

    Was defiantly a win at our house, GiftAlien also do other NO parents allowed Movie night in boxes and they range from Frozen, Minions and Disney Princesses. Looking forward to trying out another one some day we loved it that much.

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    1. This sounds brilliant, never heard of that idea before / that company. Will check it out, thanks!

    2. Nice blog. This is a very good blog on tips. I would like to thank you for all the information you give. Its really important to choose the best healthy tips to maintain your Fitness. So thenks for the information you give.I'm working in for my part I concept the idea changed into in reality adorable and loved seeing them so enthusiastic about what turned into inside the container. They have been maximum enthusiastic about the painting and the balloons. They sat for a very good 30 mins at the same time as I placed Peppa on within the background and fortunately painted. i was really instead inspired with the consequences. when they completed they moved onto the snacks and drinks, which all contained wholesome snacks in contrast to while we go to the cinema and its all popcorn and chocolate.