The post is sponsored by Boxed. Thank you so much for supporting the brands that I truly love.
You may remember me talking about Boxed a few months ago and how amazingly convenient they are, especially for mamas and I just love how they incorporate a project to spark your child’s creativity as well! They have bulk sizing and wholesale pricing, fast, free delivery and no membership fees. My favorite part about their company is their love for children and how they incorporate these projects with your purchase! Today, I am focusing on their Cheerios Bring Back the Bees campaign that focuses on starting the day with a delicious and nutritious breakfast and empowering families to save the world’s bees by providing free seeds and this amazing garden kit for you to create with your children!
When you buy any select General Mills product like Honey Nut Cheerios, Boxed will also send along your free garden creativity kit which includes the seeds, rope, plastic insert, markers & more! All you need is some soil, tape, scissors, and a few other things you can find around your home to make it! While the other two little ones were napping, my 4 year old and I created this little garden and we had so much fun doing it! We actually went out into the backyard to dig up some soil and she loved pulling out the weeds from it! Who knows, maybe she will be my little gardener this year 😉
My kids just LOVE their Honey Nut Cheerios and very frequently love to munch on them as a snack as well as having them for breakfast! When these boxes showed up on our doorstep, you should have seen their faces. Pure excitement and they literally ripped open the boxes – ha! So much for keeping the freshness of the packages! I had to tape them all back down until we are ready to open them back up!
I have loved using Boxed for any bulk products that we need in our home and I love their fast & free shipping because getting to a wholesale store is very difficult in our rural location. Every few months, I stock up on my bulk products and have them shipped along with a creativity project for the kids! I would love to see how your little garden comes out if you decide to stock up on some Cheerios and save the bees!