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Confetti Grace Craft Box Subscription Service Provides Supplies for DIY Projects

Confetti Grace Craft Box Subscription Service Provides Supplies for DIY Projects

Crafting just became more convenient.


Confetti Grace is a new craft box subscription service designed for ages 8 and older. Each box is delivered monthly to the customer's home and contains all supplies needed to create two DIY projects. Examples of projects include a school's-out gift for teachers and a Fourth of July-themed home décor piece.

The service also offers a “Let's Confetti” party box that comes with enough supplies to make eight projects and eight greeting cards. It includes gift bags, tissue and tags for crafters who want to give their projects away as gifts. Customers can add more supplies to the party box for an extra fee. 

Robin Miller of Puyallup, Washington, launched Confetti Grace with her 14-year-old daughter Lindsey on April 18. 

“The idea behind the Confetti Grace box is giving,” says Miller. “My daughter has always been a gift giver. She wants to share her passion for giving and has a kind heart. She's the real deal.”

Lindsey, who spends much of her free time supporting local charitable organizations, adds that any time of year is a good time for gift giving. 

“We decided to do subscriptions because we want everyone to know it doesn't have to be Christmas or a birthday to give a gift,” says Lindsey. “You can just give a gift randomly and make someone's day.” 

The company's mission is to spread kindness not only by making gifts for others, but also by donating to charity. The Millers donate 20 percent of their net profits from every box to worldwide charities. This year they are supporting World Vision, a humanitarian organization that works to help poverty-stricken communities around the world. 

This month, the company is also doing a letter drive for military members and first responders. Each July box will include paper and envelopes so customers can writers letters that will ultimately be sent to Operation Gratitude, an organization that creates care packages for veterans, service members and their families, and first responders. 

Confetti Grace is based in Puyallup and ships throughout the country. More information is available on the Confetti Grace website

Image: Confetti Grace’s mission is to spread kindness not only by making gifts for others, but by donating to charity
Courtesy of Confetti Grace

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