Open a World of Fun with myfunvelope! #Review #Giveaway ~ CAN 08/25

| July 27, 2017 | 49 Comments

 Open a World of Fun with myfunvelope!


Rainy days. Travelling. Sick days. These are days that are hard on both kids and parents because you always want your child to have fun and entertained when they are not allowed to move around too much. Myfunvelope understands these situations and asked us if their roster of activities will fill the boredom gaps for my kids.

Myfunvelope is a subscription service that delivers themed crafts and activities to your door for your children to learn from and enjoy. Each envelope includes four unique craft projects as well as a STEM activity to test little one’s minds and keeps them busy.

When my kids got the green light, they were really excited to open their funenvelope. They quite literally tried ripping the envelope open to see what adventure waited for them inside.


Open a World of Fun with myfunenvelope! #Review #Giveaway

Kids opening up a green envelope at a table.


Once we opened our envelope, we discovered we received the Safari-themed envelope. My kids really enjoy animals, so this was a great theme to try.


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A mix of crafts supplies in the myfunvelope Safari set.


My daughter loves jewellery so she wanted to dive in to put together the animal face bracelet. She had fun arranging the faces in a pattern she thought was perfect along the tread provided for this craft. Within minutes, she was sporting her newest piece of jewellery.


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A collage of photos of a girl making and wearing an animal bracelet.


The young gentleman in our home is a born explorer. The binocular craft was the perfect activity for him to do. After following the simple instructions and placed the foam stickers on to create his own personal design, my little guy was ready to discover what our home looked like up close.


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A collage of photos of a boy putting together and using a pair of binoculars.


Both kids really had fun creating the elephant felt puppet. It was a fun craft that also allowed for them to gain a little life experience by having to learn how to sew their new friend together. It was a bit difficult to find all of the holes to thread the needle through, but they liked being able to do a “big person” task.


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A collage of photos of kids making and showing a felt elephant.


We were also missing an inner ear flap, but I fashioned a makeshift one to make up for this loss. The glue dots were an easy way to put the pieces of the elephant’s face together, but I wished there were more of them to use. The end result was a soft and fun playmate to create stories with.

The lion head stick puppet was really simple for my son to create. All we had to do was follow the example of the face provided on the pamphlet provided in order to see which of the pieces of the face went where to have a cute puppet to play with.


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A collage of photos of a boy making and holding a stick puppet.


My daughter also liked colouring the giraffe printable sheet. Since she considers herself to be a bit of an artist, she went against the grain, making this animal an extremely colourful version of what most would expect this creature to look like. I loved that crayons were included, so there were no assumptions made as to whether the child had access to crayons on hand.


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A collage of photos of the giraffe colouring sheet.


The STEM catapult made my son’s eyes light up when he realizes what this activity could do. After following the example on the pamphlet, we out this mini structure together. He was so happy to start launching the sparkly pom poms around our home. He asked a lot of questions as to how a catapult worked, getting his mind whirling about this STEM toy.


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A collage of photos of a boy making and playing with a catapult craft.


What I really like about myfunvelope is that most of the contents of the envelope are portable. They can easily be taken on a train or a car ride to help kids entertained while en route to your destination. I could even see how a child could have fun doing these activities while at home when they are not feeling well. These activities are also ones that can be used over and over again, so the fun can go on for many days to come.

One of the things I wished there was more of was instructions. Younger children may have a bit of a problem understanding how to put together activities like the catapult because it is not explained step by step. You had to look on the pamphlet and figure out how to assemble it.



Overall, my kids enjoyed opening up their myfunvelope subscription set. There was a lot to do, so the activities could be spread out over a couple of days or on a not so favourable day outside. Many of the activities were easy to create on their own, so they can become independent learners. I did had a few issues with this subscription service, but they were not so much that it would take away from the overall enjoyment of this service.

We found out more about myfunvelope by checking out their Facebook and Instagram pages! Take a look for yourself for fun sets for your child to discover!


Disclaimer: I received a myfunvelope Safari kit in order to write this review. The views I shared are my own.


A myfunvelope Giveaway!


Open a World of Fun with myfunvelope! #Review #Giveaway

Open a World of Fun with myfunvelope! #Review #Giveaway


Myfunvelope would like for one lucky Ottawa Mommy Club follower to enjoy a surprise in an envelope by giving away a 6-month subscription to this service!

The ARV of this prize package is $108!

This giveaway is open to Canadian residents and ends at 11:59 EDT on August 25, 2017.

Good luck!

Rules: Open to Canadian residents 18 +. You have 48 hours to reply by email once you are notified as the winner. If you don’t, we will draw another entry. Prize is non-transferable. No substitution or cash equivalent of prizes is permitted. The selected winner must correctly answer a mathematical question in order to win the prize mentioned above. The Ottawa Mommy Club is not responsible for prize fulfillment and for the delivery/shipment of the prize(s) mentioned above. For our complete set of rules, please click here.

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  1. Michelle Roberge-Butcher says:

    The elephant felt puppet – he loves elephants and puppets so a win either way!

  2. Carole D says:

    My granddaughter would love to make the elephant felt puppet the most

  3. KD says:

    My daughters would love making an animal bracelet!

  4. Jonnie says:

    My younger sons would love making the catapult craft!

  5. Lynda Cook says:

    My granddaughter would love to do the elephant felt puppet and it looks simple enough that she could do it all on her own, which would make her very happy!! and my grandson would love the colouring

  6. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    That would definitely be the The STEM catapult plane, my grandson would love that. 🙂

  7. Sandra McG says:

    M y granddaughter would love making bracelet and the catapult….I know she would catapult dog crunchies to her doggies!

  8. Dianne G. says:

    I think my granddaughter would enjoy sewing the felt elephant or making the stick puppet.

  9. wobbles13 says:

    they would enjoy stringing beads!

  10. Linda says:

    My son would really enjoy making the elephant felt puppet since elephants are his favourite animal.

  11. Melissa Fowers says:

    My daughter would want to sew the felt elephant.

  12. Michelle T says:

    My son would love the catapult craft.

  13. Meekyung says:

    My daughter would love to make the elephant felt puppet

  14. Kim says:

    We’d like to try the animal bracelet.

  15. Karine says:

    The catapult craft would be very enjoyed here! Thanks

  16. Matt H says:

    Puppets looks like a lot of fun. My kids would really enjoy it.

  17. Sarah Pralet says:

    I love the sewing projects as great for fine motor skills as well as creating a fun puppet!

  18. Dawn Gordon says:

    The animal bracelet ❤️️👍🏼

  19. Kristy says:

    My daughter would love the animal face bracelet. She’s all about jewelry and patterns.

  20. Anne Derkat says:

    We’d love the elephant puppet.

  21. Theresa C. says:

    My grandson would love making and using the binoculars!

  22. sarah says:

    All of these would have been fun for my daughter and I to have some craft time! I think she would have most enjoyed making the elephant puppet.

  23. Morgan Stewart says:

    My niece would love making the animal face bracelet!

  24. Mike Flaman says:

    The Elephant puppet looks pretty cool! my daughters would love this.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  25. KellyPC says:

    The elephant puppet & the bracelets!

  26. LisaM says:

    I think he’d like the elephant felt puppet!

  27. janine a says:

    the elephant puppet, my little guy LOVES elephants

  28. Sunshine G says:

    My daughter would think the catapult was amazing!

  29. Monique L.S. says:

    My daughter would enjoy making the felt elephant.

  30. Amy C says:

    My kids would like to make the elephant puppet.

  31. Darwin says:

    I think the kids would love the elephant felt puppet.

  32. Ashleigh Swerdfeger says:

    They would love the puppets.

  33. Tricia Hope says:

    The catapult would send mine into orbit!

  34. Sally says:

    That looks like such a fun subscription!

  35. Sam Mason says:

    My boys would love the catapult craft,although they have done it before it is always a hit.

  36. MRilyn M says:

    The hand puppets are always fun!

  37. Kim K says:

    The handpuppet craft looks like fun!

  38. Maryanne says:


  39. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    Probably making the elephant felt puppet would be the favourite with my grandchildren.

  40. lori butler says:

    the elephant puppet for sure

  41. Sab Edwards says:

    The felt elephant puppet looks like the one she would start first!!

  42. Caryn Coates says:

    We would love to do the animal bracelet

  43. Helisa Duplassie says:

    My son would love the STEM catapult!

  44. Juliee Fitze says:

    It a cross between the puppets or colouring.

  45. Nicole Jubleew says:

    We’d love to make the elephant felt puppet.

  46. Karin Dollery says:

    My oldest granddaughter would want to do the Catapult Aircraft, the middle granddaughter the Lion and Ava the bay would like to color. This would be something all the girls would love to do.

  47. Chantelle Daigle says:

    The elephant puppet 🙂

  48. Wanda B says:

    I think the giraffe colouring sheet would be a hit!!

  49. jan says:

    She would love the catapult

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