My good friend The End Justifies The Journey surprised me with her dream crate theme and after reading a couple of links she shared from fellow dream crate wishers, I thought I’d give this a go.
I’ve also heard about this monthly subscriptions boxes too. I didn’t know there was such a thing because being half-way across the globe, international shipping expenses alone can give one a coronary. Despite these economic downturns, these lovely curated and fascinating boxes are a joy to receive from what I’ve seen from several pictures on Twitter and also, from my friend CappucinowithJules she received a while back from a different pop box.
Loot Crate is a monthly subscription service geared not only to tickle but to satisfy your inner geek, gamer needs, & favorite pop culture styles by having monthly themed releases ranging from exclusive merchandises, wearables, comic books and more! They also have a section catering to the specific crowd too! If you’re a #Potterhead Wizarding World Crate might be just the thing, or a Marvel fan – hop over to Marvel Gear +Goods Crate or if you have friend who’s a huge WWE fan then the WWE Slam Crate will be up the alley.
So what would be my Dream Crate? I named it “Keepsake Creations” as nod to artisans, concept designers, visual artists etc in creating memorable products.
- Anastasia’s locket & music box. The music box is pictured here and I’ve read the new musical didn’t opt to use the pendant.
- LOTR Awen Evenstar pendant – All the Elven artifacts from Elrond’s study would be great but I’ll still to this one, easy to carry. lolz
- Steve Rogers sketchbook – I’d be interested flipping through the pages of his art work, which seemed to act like a visual diary too and maybe for us, #Steggy fans, may find a portrait of Agent Carter herself. 😀
- “Peggy and Steve finally having their dance” commissioned art work (I wish today’s rate 1 Php Peso = 1US even today and not eons ago) from my fave comic artist Mr. JKWoodward
- Letters to Juliet book – after having seen “Letters to Juliet” movie, I was intrigued finding out a group of women answering letters from matters of the heart voluntarily before and now, sanctioned by the City of Verona.