December @LootCrate #Galaxy was my favorite so far!

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Oh Me Oh My!!!!
You know how we received the  November (Combat theme) Loot Crate box?  Well, I was very happy with it and I am normally not impressed with subscription boxes.  I almost fell out when we received the next one.  It was full of "Discovery / Galaxy " themed items, including Star Wars and as a new Star Wars fan, I claimed this for myself. Maybe it was a late Christmas treat for me.. or an early Valentines, I am still not sure!  

My model happily showing off the Loot Crate straight from the mailbox.  He was excited to see what was in it as well.  After the last one we received, he knew it was going to be full of goodies!   

As soon as it was opened, he quickly claimed the shirt as his and since it is a medium size, it was perfect to use as a sleep shirt until he gets older and can wear it. He did try and wear it to school the next day, but I stopped that one, since it was too big!  The shirt has a space theme and was designed by Drew Wise.  (You can read all about it in the booklet included in your crate.)  

While he has yet to play Halo, he has head of it and was excited to get something "Halo" theme.  Being that daddy is ARMY, he was thrilled to have an ammo box to hold more of his Army Men items.  He was excited for the ammo box, I was excited for the Han Solo Bobble head ... and the BB8 SOCKS!!!  That might be my favorite.  (See below) 

As I said, I was thrilled over the BB-8 socks, but a little boy has tried to lay claim to them.  Ummm... I don't think so.  I love that little guy (BB-8 too!)  but no go on the socks kiddo!!!

Inside the ammo can included items like the Han Solo Bobble Head and a Galaxy Quest Patch. 
As of right now, he has the ammo can, the bobble head is put up for collection and the patch is waiting to find a home.
My favorite?  The BB-8 socks.  Another thing I like is that they include a brochure with all the items that are in the box.  One -you can learn more about each product.  Two -  you can make sure that you have all of your products that are supposed to be there!  

 See where it says FLIP ME INSIDE OUT?  Yeah... I just found out that you can flip the box and keep it all year long full of treasures. If you are a 6 year old  big almost 7 year old... you can find a way to grab lots of treasures to store!   Now you have awesome boxes to keep it all!

As well as the Loot Crate box, remember they also offer the Level Up accessories.  I totally FLIPPED on this...   Look at what all was in there: 

Star Wars PJ pants - Broxton claimed (and I said yes) 
Kylo Ren socks - Broxton claimed (I said nope, they are mine!)
Darth Vader bag charm - Broxton claimed (think we will share)
BB-8 clutch - I claimed.. Broxton wanted, but again.. No go, I explained it was a clutch and for mama!!!   Seriously, what would he do with it????
*** Not pictured, R2 D2 / C-3P0 socks --- I have worn them over and over and over... need to instagram them for you!  

Again, with the Level Up, you also get a brochure to tell you about all the products.  

As of right now, Loot Crate has a special going on (until Feb 7th) that you can purchase certain past crates.  Supplies are limited, so don't wait. They could sell out and you not get it. 
Head on over to Loot Crate to see the different subscription packages that they offer. 


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