Friday, December 11, 2015

Holiday Gift Guide ~ Brick Swag & Giveaway

I am super excited that Brick Swag has joined in our Holiday Gift Guide this year! My daughter is so into Legos and this is a great way to keep the gifts year round! 

Brick Swag is monthly subscription box service for #1 Lego Fans! Each box includes a T-Shirt, Funky Fig Trading Cards, a Build Magazine and of course Legos to add to your collection! Each month will have a different theme featured and you can ever see what's been included in the boxes for the past few months! 

Right now you can get an extra 10% off your monthly subscription when you use the code HAPPYTEN when checking out! Subscriptions vary from monthly to a yearly membership. Shipping costs $7.00 a box and not included in the membership costs. If you have purchased Legos recently then you know that some of the bigger Lego sets can run over $100. For everything that's included inside of the Brick Swag box coming right to your door I think it's a very reasonable price!  For $26.00 a month (plus shipping) you can have Brick Swag delivered to your door! Brick Swag will generally ship out during the three week of each month and you'll receive an email with your shipping information. And there is an easy option to change T-Shirt sizes if the kids have outgrown their current size! 

I received the November Brick Swag Box to review. The theme for the month was Thanksgiving! My daughter was so excited to open up her first box. Inside she found a food (lego) pyramid t-shirt, a fold out poster, a Lego face cup, trading cards, a bag of Legos, the Building Kit Lego and magazine! 

She immediately started to open everything and got to work. I love how there is a mini challenge within the box for you to create something with your own imagination each month. My daughter ended up creating a Thanksgiving table and dinner using her extra Legos for the monthly challenge. 

The theme build was a turkey and it took her about 15 minutes to get together. It ended up at the dinner table of the Lego Friends Village Thanksgiving Dinner that my daughter put together bringing out the other Lego sets and characters that she already has. I had thought it was funny because the turkey was a lot bigger than the characters when she put it together! 

Overall I am super happy with the box. It kept my daughter busy for the rest of the afternoon after school. She's able to look through all of the new Lego things and creates something new. Plus it's a surprise as what's inside of the box when she seen it sitting on the couch. She's already asked when she's going to be getting her next box! If you know a Lego fan then I definitely recommend this box! 

And thanks to the wonderful people at Brick Swag we have a box to give away to one lucky Clair's Freebies Fan! To enter for your chance to win simply use the Rafflecopter below! The giveaway begins now and ends on December 20th at 11:59 pm eastern time. Winner must be located within the US and be 18+ to enter. Be sure to check out the linky below to see more of our Holiday Gift Guide of 2015! Good Luck!! 
**I received a box of Brick Swag to help with this review. Any and all opinions expressed in this post are purely my own and do not reflect those of anyone else. Giveaway is not affiliated with Facebook, Twitter or any other social media.**

Leah Shumack is the voice behind Clair's Freebies. Born and raised in ski country Western NY where I still live today with my beautiful 8 year old daughter. When I'm not tending to her or out scoping deals I enjoy entering giveaways and trying out new things in the kitchen!


  1. My son would like the July box

  2. The July box, definitely.

  3. October's is cool. The shirt is nice, plenty of bricks with a minifigure and robots!

  4. I would have loved September's box! Thank you for the chance to win!

  5. The July box is awesome. Well they all are but that July tshirt is amazing!

  6. I think my grandson would love the August Brick Swag because he has a book about the Detective Lego character.

  7. The August brick swag looks awesome to me.