Check out the unboxing video for Geek Fuel’s July 2015 box.
It wasn’t our favorite box that Geek Fuel has done, but the box still contained some great items!
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If you don’t read the Dinosaur Dracula blog, you are missing out! The author focuses on retro toys—usually the 1980s and 1990s (so he must be about my age or a few years younger). It is one of my favorite blogs. I get very nostalgic looking at some of his toy finds (at flea markets, yard sales, thrift stores, etc.) and remembering when I had—or really, really wanted—those old toys.
Each month DinoDrac puts together a box of small vintage items—toys, trading cards, etc.—and snacks. It’s not a “surprise”/”mystery” box, because he tells us what is in it. Of course, you don’t have to read that particular post, and you can subscribe by setting up Paypal for an automatic monthly payment.
Anyway, here is the video of Mary and I unboxing the DinoDrac Fun Pack #12 for July 2015. We had a lot of fun, and it was a very cool package—especially trying to explain to her about some of those very lo-tech toys from the 1980s! This box will be at the top of my list of monthly purchases from here on out.
Follow the Dinosaur Dracula blog at http://dinosaurdracula.com/.
This is the second monthly ComicConBox that Mary and I have ordered from Wizard World. (We missed the first box.) So far, based on these two boxes, we love it! This is a subscription that I will be keeping around for a while!
Watch Mary and I unbox the third Wizard World ComicConBox below. To order next month’s box, visit https://comicconbox.com.
This is our first Horror Block, brought to you by the good folks at Nerd Block.
Mary didn’t know this was coming. She’s been begging for a Horror Block for months, so I finally ordered this one—especially after I found out about the Scream item! Mary just saw the Scream trilogy for the first time this summer.
To subscribe to Horror Block, click here. Enjoy! Don’t forget to also subscribe to the ClutterStuff blog and video channel!
Here is our unboxing of the June 2015 1Up Box. The theme this month is “Arcade.”
Click here for more information or to subscribe to 1Up Box.
This is a great box for fun and educational family activities. Mission Unboxable describes itself like this:
Science spy kits and top secret missions mailed to a child’s front door every month! Secret missions include spy gear, disguise kits, fingerprint analysis, decoders, get-away cars, target practice, bird watching (yes, bird watching), bouncy balls and much, much more!
To order Mission Unboxable, visit their Store at https://www.etsy.com/shop/MissionUnboxable
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