Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.
My kids love LEGOS and other building sets. They had several at the top of their Christmas list. So they were excited when the December box from Brick Loot showed up at our door. Brick Loot is a monthly box subscription service where kids receive a box filled to the brim with the latest and greatest brick compatible products, including the fan favorite, LEGO. The theme for the December box was Space Fight in celebration of the new Star Wars movie.
The box included:
-Exclusive LEGO Galaxy Fighter Space Ship
-Space Egg with mystery build inside
-Space Hunter & Galactic Enforcer
-LEGO Galaxy Cadet Minifigure
The boys couldn’t wait to dig into the box and get started building!
The boys loved the space theme and my hubby thought it was pretty neat too! My 7 and 10-year olds were able to put their sets together with no help. My 5 1/2 year old needed my help. I enjoyed creating the ship with him. After about 30 minutes, we had everything together.
This was what we got in the mystery egg. He was so proud of his creation!
My 10-year-old was excited to show off his ship.
They really liked the Galaxy Fighter Space Ship as well but the Lightsaber was a huge hit!
How neat is that??
I was once again impressed by all of the sets we received in the box. The kids had a blast and I loved watching them get creative and work together. Brick Loot is a fantastic service for all lovers of building sets. Subscriptions range in price from $23 to $27 a month. Mudpies and Tiaras readers will get 10% off one and three month subscriptions when you use the code mudpies. You can also purchase individual pieces at BrickLoot.com (at great prices!) and add some new, fun pieces to your kids’ collection.
One lucky winner will receive the January Brick Loot box!
Belinda is a wife, mom, blogger, and Brand Ambassador. She has six children including 5 boys and 1 girl. Belinda enjoys reading, photography, crafts and DIY projects, and watching her boys play soccer. You may contact Belinda at mudpiesand tiaras at gmail dot com. Click here to meet Belinda