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Friday, November 17, 2017

Holiday Gift Guide 2017: Lego Fans Will Love Receiving a Brick Loot Box Each Month -- Save 12% on This #LEGO #subscriptionbox from @brickloot Now! (Reivew)

Disclosure: I was sent a sample from the vendor in exchange for an honest review. All views shared are mine and mine alone.


Invented by a 9 yr old, this box is fun for ages 6 - 99!


My youngest daughter, Bella recently celebrated her 6th birthday and instead of a birthday party she wanted to go into Boston and check out the LEGOLAND Discovery Center.  This attraction has been open for a couple years now, but we haven't made it down there yet to visit. Both of my girls are really into LEGO building.  If you were to visit our house, you would see different shrines or areas around the house and in their bedrooms dedicated to their LEGO builds. They are really good at making houses or landscape scenes, but really love making build kits, where they follow the directions to make a cool LEGO piece or structure. 

We had so much fun at the LEGOLAND Discover Center in Somerville, MA.  The only thing I would have done different is not go on a "no school" day.  We went down the Friday before Veteran's Day.  And, because we homeschool, I don't keep up on public school day off schedules.  We showed up and the place was crazy busy.  But, that was also a good thing, as it showed that there are so many LEGO fans out there, young and old.  I couldn't get over how many parents were pulling up a seat next to their child and building things.  It was really nice to see, as we love to do LEGO building with the girls.



Before leaving the LEGOLAND Discovery Center, we stopped into the store and picked up a few LEGO sets for the girls.  They love the Best Friends series, as well as the new Ninjago movie, so those were the sections the girls gravitated towards.  As soon as we got home the girls got right to building their new LEGO sets.  By the next day we had new finished pieces to add to their growing LEGO shrine area -- you can look, but don't touch the girls tell us when we are near their shrine areas. :-)  The girls asked when we would be going back, or if we could go to the store one of these days to spend Bella's birthday money on more LEGO set.  I guess they are addicted...and, I can't blame them as I also loved LEGO kits growing up, and love being able to sit down and help the girls build them.

You may recall a couple weeks ago me sharing about Brick Loot and a special 12% off coupon code just for Inspired by Savannah readers.  In my post I said I would be sharing a review of one of their monthly boxes, that are a must have for LEGO and Brick fanatics, like my family.  

What is Brick Loot?:


"Brick Loot is a box subscription company for LEGO and Brick fanatics! Subscribers will receive a monthly box filled with unique, custom and never-before-seen items including Custom LEGO Kits, LEGO Minifigures and more."

Our November Brick Loot box showed up the other day, and I couldn't get over how much stuff you get in these monthly subscription boxes.  It was filled to the bring with LEGO kits, mini figure and accessory packs, and more.  Both of my girls' eyes lit up when I showed them the LEGO goodies we got, and they couldn't wait to dive right in and get building.

Check out what was included in the November Brick Loot box...

Here is the double-sided card that is included with each Brick Loot box letting you know about each item in the box...


And, here is everything you get in the box...

"Brick Loot boxes are filled with 4-8 items that were hand picked by Brick specialists who scour the world for the newest and coolest products for you to collect."

So much stuff, right?  I really was impressed with this subscription box and will definitely be extending my subscription so we don't miss out on future boxes.  My girls were quick to grab thing from the box as theirs.  Bella chose the mini figure and accessory, along with the cotton candy cart building set shown below.


See, these are full size LEGO pieces and not knock off pieces.




Savannah wanted to do the Mini City Candy Shop, and also snagged up the Candy Shop sticker and mini picture, to display in her room...



I was left with the LEGO ice cube mold and a 50% off coupon to shop over at the online Sweet Pete's candy store.  Even though I called the Lego mold, I did end up sharing the ice cubes I made. 


I also experimented with the mold and poured melted chocolate into them and let them set.  They came out great, and as a chocolate lover, I thoroughly enjoyed my own homemade LEGO chocolates. :-)

It didn't take us long to complete the two build kits in this month's Brick Loot box.  And, we can't wait to see what will be included in the December box. Do you have a LEGO or Brick fanatic in your life?  Why not sign them up for a Brick Loot subscription as part of their holiday gift?  You don't have to go crazy trying to figure out which build kits they already have, or which ones they would like best. Instead, let the folks at Brick Loot surprise them every month with a jam packed box of LEGO and brick goodness. My girls really enjoyed the box especially the surprise aspect of it -- not knowing what was inside was a big draw for them.  And, once they saw what was included in the box, they were all smiles and couldn't wait to dive right in.

Like I mentioned about, right now Inspired by Savannah readers can save 12% on a Brick Loot Subscription.  All you have to do is head on over to https://www.brickloot.com/ and use promo code "usfamily12" to take advantage of this limited time savings.  So, what are you waiting for?  Head on over to Brick Loot today and sign up so you don't miss out on the December box.

Disclosure: I was sent a sample from the vendor in exchange for an honest review. All views shared are mine and mine alone.



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