Mix It Magazine is a brand new and totally unique multi-character magazine for girls. The target audience age for this magazine is from four to nine. It focuses on toy and digital-led with a strong focus on latest trends of collectables and unboxing. It exclusively features key influencers and box-openers from the vlogging community, Emily Tube and Creative Celeste.
Last week, we have received the issues 1 and 2 of the Mix It magazines. Just like other children’s magazines, it comes with free branded cover gifts and branded stickers with every issue! The cover page of the magazine is very colourful and is packed full of the hottest new brands such as Shopkins, DC Superhero Girls, Lego Friends and much loved classic toys.
Each issue is packed with stories, quizzes, cartoons, things to make, bake and do, collectable posters, games, competitions, colouring and more! It will be on sale every four weeks and the normal price is £3.65.
Ms C is capable to reading and working out the puzzles in the magazine by herself but often I like to spend time with her by reading through the magazine with her. This magazine is certainly very unique as it contains a lot of the latest girl toy brands and we get to know them in great detail. Sometimes, I do feel like we are reading through a toy catalogue but it does get Ms C keen to learn more about the toys.
This magazine also features vloggers. Ms C is not into vlogs but if your child is keen to get themselves into vlogs, it is a good idea to read about these two YouTube stars, Emily Tube and Creative Celeste’s tips from their lives as successful YouTubers.
We also like that there are a lot of competitions to enter to win a lot of toys. Who wouldn’t like to win toys? It’s great to be able to enter them all by posting the answers on the form and posting it.
Do check out this unique Mix It magazine which is packed with exciting content in all major supermarkets and retailers! The next issue will be available on 10th August 2017.
Disclosure: We received the samples for the purposes of writing this review, however all thoughts and opinions remain our own.