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Dream Crate: Strong Female Characters

OK so a couple of weeks ago, I found that Loot Crate was looking for people to make their own "Dream Crate." It is fair to say I freaked out at this email as I have been watching Loot Crate unboxings for a long time but have never got one of their crates so the fact that I could make my own is pretty amazing. If you don't know what Loot Crate is, it is a monthly subscription service that contains pop culture items based on a specific theme, you can find more information at lootcrate.com. The theme that I choose for my box is Strong Female Characters. So let's get started...


1. A Marvel Comics Pop Funko 

Loot Crate normally has some kind of figure in their boxes so for mine, I choose the 3 heroines of Spider-Gwen, Captain Marvel and She-Hulk. I thought that these would be a nice addition to the box because as all three of them can kick ass and I really enjoying reading the comics. 


2. A Star Wars based pin 

We Rebel. Digital Print & Badge Set.
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So again like the Pop Funkos, loot crate normally includes a pin in their boxes and I thought that it would be good to make this Star Wars themed. I did try to find a Rey pin on its own but this was as close as I came to find one. But again Rey is just a good character.

3. This t-shirt 

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt "Females Are Strong as Hell" Women's T-Shirt
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For this one, I just chose it because I liked the quote and also T-shirts are normally included in the Loot Crate box.

4. A Clockwork Princess Necklace




So even though I need a new one of these necklaces myself, I think that it is a nice necklace and Tessa is a pretty cool strong female character.

5. A Hunger Games based print 

Hunger Games Quote Print -Katniss Everdeen Silhouette - Literary Quote, Wall Art - Wall Art Quote - "May the odds be ever in you favor."
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OK so this one is based on Katniss who is a pretty strong individual and this is just a really nice print and I am pretty sure that I will buy it for myself so...


6. Hermione Granger wand pen



Again Hermione is a great character and I just liked the wand pen so it can be included in the Dream Crate. 

7. First issue of Paper Girls comic


I really enjoy reading this comic and considering how young the girls are in the comic, they are pretty cool characters and it explores female friendship which is always a good thing. 

8. A Game of Thrones keyring 

Game of Thrones, Arya Stark, 'Fear Cuts Deeper Than Swords', George R. R. Martin Quote Necklace or Keychain, Keyring.
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Although I am not a massive Game of Thrones as I haven't read the books or watched the TV series loads, while I was browsing Etsy, I discovered this keyring which is so nice. It is a quote by Arya Stark who I believe is a good character so...

OK, so that is my Dream Crate box. I have to admit that this box would probably not appeal to most people who buy Loot Crate but I feel as though it is a nice box and would probably be better for a YA book subscription service but I like it so...

What would you put in your Dream Crate box? Leave them in the comments below. 

See you soon, 

Amy

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