My Dream Crate: Creating the Ultimate Loot Crate Subscription Box

Last week I received a super exciting email from Loot Crate asking if I would like to participate in creating content inspired by their subscription boxes and I’ve been obsessing over this post ever since! For those of you who don’t know, Loot Crate is a subscription box service for “geeks and gamers”. They have boxes for anime, video games, movies, and much more!

By partnering with the largest movie studios, game companies, comic publishers and pop culture talent, we deliver the best and most exclusive merchandise and goods to fans around the world.

-Loot Crate

Definitely go check out their website, I guarantee that you’ll find something you’ll love. I personally am yearning over their Wizarding World of Harry Potter crate.

I’ve always wanted a subscription box, but always hesitated because I’m afraid that I won’t like any of the items that came with the box. When Loot Crate approached me with the opportunity to create my dream crate I knew that it was too great of an opportunity to pass on. So without any further adieu, I present my dream crate:

Theme: Classic Remix – A refreshing mix of old fan favorites and their reboots/spin-offs

Items:

hp-magnetic-bookmarks

Harry Potter Magnetic Bookmarks by BeyondthePages19 (Etsy)

niffler

Niffler Pop! Funko

Merchandise Shot in studio

Slytherin Sweatshirt by Universal Orlando

botanic-wars-bags

‘Botanic Wars’ Tote Bag by Josh Ln (Society6)

star-wars-bujo

Star Wars Planner Stickers by Sticker Sensations (Etsy)

finn-pin

Refuse/Resist (Force Awakens) pin by NoMoreIndustries (Etsy)

I feel like this crate neatly encompasses all the things I need with the fandoms I love. I can already myself using the bookmarks on my current reads before I head out in my Slytherin sweatshirt and Botanic wars tote bag to run some errands. The niffler Pop! Funko will be right at home on my bookshelf, right next to my small collection of fandom pins, which now includes the Refuse/Resist pin from Force Awakens. The Star Wars planner stickers will help keep my bullet journal geeky and organized as well as keep me smiling!

I hope you guys enjoyed this post. Thank you to Carly Jones from Loot Crate for reaching out and inviting me to participate in creating a dream crate!

Let me know in the comments below what you would include in your dream crate!

9 thoughts on “My Dream Crate: Creating the Ultimate Loot Crate Subscription Box

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  2. Your box sounds pretty cool! I love all things Harry Potter so it would be great for me! I think the idea of these sorts of boxes is a good one, but I always feel like they’re too expensive when you don’t know what you’re going to get! X

  3. This is such a fun post! I’m definitely inspired to do something like it.. maybe a whole series on My Dream Library, My Dream Book Convention, My Dream etc etc etc… ahhh so fun! But I definitely love what you chose for your dream crate! I’d subscribe to it, that’s for sure.

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