Box of Challenge | Unboxing and Review

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Hey guys! We’re back for another Subscription Unboxing and today we’re going to share Box Of Challenge!

What is Box of Challenge?

In this monthly box, you receive everything you need to complete a series of fun challenges. In this May box, we had 5 challenges. The instructions explain what to do for each challenge along with a QR code for more info!

The challenges are ideal for groups and people of varied ages. The skill levels required range from easy to hard. Andrew and Aidan are 4 and 5 and they had a blast completing the challenges with me!

Each box shares the record time for completing all of the challenges! Using the provided timer, you are supposed to time yourselves completing each of the challenges. If you can beat the record and share a video to prove it on Box Of Challenge‘s Facebook page, you win a prize! Think we have what it takes?

Watch us complete all of the Challenges in this video:

Challenge #1: Ancient Egyptian Mummy:

First, we tried the Ancient Egyptian Mummy challenge with a difficulty level of easy. Using the entire roll of toilet paper provided, one person must be wrapped up like a mummy! This was so much fun for the boys! Andrew and Aidan had a blast! They completed this challenge in 5 minutes and 24 seconds!

Challenge #2: Made in the US- Oreo:

This challenge was a bit tricky, hence the difficulty level of hard. We thought we’d give it our best shot! For this challenge, you have to place an Oreo on your forehead and, without using your hands, have to get the Oreo into your mouth! The boys had a blast and tried to complete this challenge for 5 minutes but were not able to. They loved having an Oreo as a reward  for their best efforts! This challenge would be so fun with a group of people!

Challenge #3: Countries of the World:

This one had my name written all over it! For this challenge, you have to name 11 countries that start with the letter C. It was a little harder than I thought it would be! The difficulty of this one is medium because if you run out of countries, you can totally cheat by looking on the globe. Even with the globe, it took me 5 minutes and 39 seconds to complete this challenge!

Challenge #4: Scottish Castle:

For this challenge, you need to create a 5-story card pyramid. The difficulty of this one is hard and yeah….we couldn’t even get the first story up! We failed this challenge big time!

Challenge #5: Renaissance Art in Italy:

For this challenge, at medium difficulty, you will draw the Mona Lisa. Then, you’ll text your picture to someone but you can’t say what it is. Your challenge is complete when someone guesses correctly! I tried drawing from memory….and that was way off. Then, I tried looking at Google images for inspiration…..and that didn’t work either. But I texted my picture to my parents and my dad guessed it in 6 minutes!

Get Box of Challenge!

You can subscribe to Box Of Challenge for fun challenges for family and friends delivered to your door monthly! Each box is $32 and it’s a great way to get in some fun, quality time with your loved ones! The boxes are designed for ages 8 to 88, but I had so much fun with my boys who are a bit younger!


While we failed 2 of the challenges are won’t be able to win a prize, we still had a great time and I definitely recommend this box to families looking for a fun way to hang out!

What was YOUR favorite challenge?

Let me know in the comments below!



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Written by Lindsay Satmary

Owner and operator of Paperclips & Confetti, a motherhood + lifestyle blog sharing all the best of #momlife. Lindsay is a mom of 3 (ages 2-7).  Lover of Disney World, office supplies, subscription boxes, and social media. Instagram: @paperclipsandconfetti


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