Monday, January 30, 2017

107th Mommy Mondays - Scripture Stackers & GIVEAWAY!

Sisters, Melissa and Betsey, joined together to create Scripture Stackers after realizing how much time their children spent playing with Legos. They wanted to create a toy that would help their children's love of the scriptures grow as they played.  
Scripture Stackers BUILD: Faith, Character and Knowledge all while you play!!
The blocks ARE compatible with other brands!
The products they have available: 2 Large Sets and 6 Figure Sets

*The Nativity Scene is 140 pieces and depicts the story from Luke chapter 2 in the New Testament of the birth of Jesus.  This fun set includes 2 animals, 6 figures and baby Jesus. 

*A set of 6 assorted figures from the Old Testament.  They include: Moses and the burning bush, Noah, King Solomon with his throne, Goliath, Joseph and the multicolored coat, and baby Moses with his mother Jochebed.  Each figure come with a fun accessory.

Many of my fans know I am LDS or a Mormon so I was super excited to see them have a character from the Book of Mormon. 
*The Nephi & the Broken Bow set depicts the story from The Book of Mormon about Nephi and his family hunting in the wilderness. It includes a Liahona!  It has 150 Pieces and comes with a collectors card with a summary of the story and the scripture reference. 


Their website is  They are offering a 20% off code to any of my readers.  LOVE20

They started with a Kickstarter campaign last year so I ordered a couple of sets for Christmas for my children. My daughter was super excited to build her Nativity Set immediately. We chose to give her that one because it had a baby in it =) We had a fun time putting it together. The directions were pretty simple to follow. The pieces are durable, and they were easy to snap together unlike other non-Lego pieces we've used in the past. I love having sets that focus on Christian principles as a teaching tool for my children. I think now that my children are older, 5 and 8, we will have them build this Nativity Set as we read from Luke 2 each Christmas Eve. Before we just had them play with a nativity set, but how fun for them to build and be a little more challenged. As we read our scriptures with our children and have FHE, we are excited to use some of our figures and sets to help our children understand these stories better.
Our Picnic Tree has been so kind to work with. You can feel their passion for their products through their e-mails and FB messages.

My son and I have my plans to build the Nephi's bow set this week so stay tuned for pictures on my FB page for that. He loves bows and arrows. He has many of them =D. 

They are giving away a set of the 6 assorted figures to 2 of my fans!
They were going to let me keep one, but since I already purchased these for my kids, I wanted my readers to win =D The giveaway is on my Facebook Page, Crafty Mommy Diva & Scrappy Gifts.

One of the entries is to comment here on this post with your child's favorite scripture story. 

8 crafty contributions:

Trying Out The Green said...

We have the book Brick of mormon stories so these would help us build those much easier !! Perfect for FHE.

Alicia Dansby said...

They are still learning but like Noah and the Ark story so far!

Heather said...

My daughter loves the Christmas Story. She loves hearing about the "God's little boy, Jesus". ❤

April Hooks said...

My 3 kids love the story of Jesus' birth, or as they call it God's greatest gift to us.

Sheeba Wolfley said...

These are cool! I think my oldest would love to learn the stories this way. She is only 4 though, and barely remembers any whole story. But when we ask her about what she learns at church she always says "Jesus!" or something about family. She must be listening! I don't think she has a favorite story yet from the scriptures.

Emily Prickett said...

My son loves to hear the story of Jesus' resurrection. Hearing how God saved the day is pretty exciting to him!

Melissa said...

My boys really like the stories about Nephi.

Rachel said...

These are so neat! I asked my little boy and he said the "one where they save the animals" (Noah's Ark). My little girl says, "Nephi!"