Get creative with a box of Kellogg’s Rice Krispies

15 Jul

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day but now it can also be the most fun.

I was recently sent a big box of Rice Krispies, only this box was slightly different from those you usually see on the shelves down at your local supermarket.

The difference is These boxes are customisable… Yes, your child can really put their own stamp on their cereal.


There are 8 different special colouring packs of Rice Krispies available. Here’s ours designed by my daughter Alice-Sara age 9.

Look at the concentration on her face… An artist at work.

Alice-Sara uses many different colours, stamps, glitter glue and stick-on gems to design her ideal Rice Krispies box.



Alice-Sara really expressed her creative flare with the use of her magical imagination.



Colouring in the Kellogg’s Rice Krispies box was loads of fun and Alice-Sara is pretty proud of her creation… And why not, I think she did a brilliant job.


Special colour me in boxes of Kellogg’s are Available to buy from all good supermarkets. Plus the guys from Kellogg’s Have created its very own Rice Krispies website sharing some super creative ideas to keep your little ones busy this summer, you can even download some pictures of the Rice Krispies crew for them to colour. However, If colouring isn’t their thing then why not try your hand at making one of the fab summer recipes with your Rice Krispies! Check out the cute mouse treats below.


This post is our entry for the BritMums #ColourMeInRK competition, sponsored by Kellogg’s.

Thanks to both Britmums and Kellogg’s for running a great competition.
Disclaimer: We were not paid to write this post but did receive a box of colour me in Kellogg’s Rice Krispies and a selection of colouring pens and pencils.

2 Responses to “Get creative with a box of Kellogg’s Rice Krispies”

  1. clairelouise82 July 16, 2012 at 11:51 am #

    Thanks Kelly. I love how she also changed them from their original look lol… She even done one with ginger hair. Love how creative she is. She always has me scoring the net for a creative comp for her to enter lol. Ever host one, shout in my direction.x

  2. Karin @ Cafe Bebe July 16, 2012 at 10:56 am #

    What a fantastic job that Alice-Sara has done! I love the jewels and the ethnic tint to Pop as well. Very cool!🙂 Karin @ Cafe Bebe

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