Brick Loot is a monthly subscription box filled with LEGO-compatible items, bricks, and brick building accessories for LEGO fans. Brick Loot box is 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.
This month’s theme is ANOTHER ADVENTURE IN BRICK CITY!
The card gives a little description of expected items in the box.
Everything inside the box!
A subscription form for Brick Journal was also included.
Exclusive Art Print By Greg Hyland. Every Brick Loot comes with an exclusive art print. They come bagged for safekeeping.
Greg Hyland is a writer and illustrator for LEGO, who is also a comic artist. Check out all the LEGO villains coming together at Mother Gatham’s Bakery!
Brick Baker Custom Pad Printed Lego. This is an exclusive mini figure LEGO from Brick Loot! Mr. Baker looks very excited to come out and show his famous pie!
I find it adorable that the figure is well dressed, with a striped apron and a white chef’s toque. He is even holding out a chocolate pie!
This brick baker lego is so detailed. Look at that tie at the back of the apron! So cute!
Mini City Store. The parts are packaged in a small enclosed plastic sphere.
It includes an easy-to-follow instruction sheet, as well as stickers.
It’s an ice cream shop! This mini city establishment is compact and easy to build yet detailed.
For the finishing touch, we placed the ice cream stickers all over the mini store building.
Mini City Bakery Shop. The second mini city building we got is a bakery! It serves different kinds of breads, cakes, and other delicious pastries. The baker LEGO figure surely belongs here.
The box contains 4 packs containing 142 pieces of LEGO, and a step-by-step procedure on building the bakery shop.
The bakery is so cute and colorful with a big croissant on the main entrance.
They even have chairs and tables with three pieces of croissant inside, all that’s missing is Mr. Baker!
Crazy Cake. It’s a 100% exclusive LEGO for Brick Loot, built and designed By Dave Pickett.
The container includes 74 pieces of LEGO, neatly packed together with an instruction manual.
The instruction manual is very detailed and easy to follow.
He has a brain, just like a Brick Headz!
This really is a crazy cake, it even has a pair of huge eyes!
It also has a lighted candle on top, which somehow looks like a high ponytail!
Our mini city is growing! My 7 year old is so excited to get this box every month and so am I. It’s yet another box we subscribe to “for the kids” but I have just as much fun. You can tell how much my child loves it too – he’s kept all these builds totally intact and away from his baby brother.
Brick Loot is such a great subscription for LEGO enthusiasts! This month, we received two new additions to our own LEGO city, a mini-figure, and a crazy brick cake. Everything was fun and high-quality, and I’m just really happy to see our LEGO collection grow.
What do you think about Brick Loot?