Anyone who knows me knows that I’m a complete Funko fanatic. It got to the point where we actually had to install extra shelves in our house to hold all of the Funkos we’ve collected. There’s just something about the level of detail that goes into each figure and the way Funko celebrates fandom that just gives me the warm fuzzies.
I’m also a HUGE Disney fan, so when the Disney Treasures Funko box was announced, it was a no brainer that I sign up. Haven’t heard of the Disney Treasures box yet? Let me explain.
This subscription takes you through a map of imaginative themes, stopping at six different locations to complete a full year. Each location showcases a special group of Disney characters from Classic Disney, Pixar Studios, and Disney Theme parks, and includes special “insider” notes from the Disney Archives.
Sounds pretty cool, right? The first box just arrived yesterday and I’m so excited to share it with you guys.
The box this month was Pirates of the Carribbean themed. Well-timed since the new POTC movie comes out later this month. Disney doesn’t do anything half-way, so even the box was treasure themed. Each box will be coming with a sticker that you can stick the outside of this box to create a “passport” of sorts for your treasure box.
Even the inside of the box was detailed, with a graphic of the treasure map on the inside of the lid! The enamel pins were sitting on the first layer of the box, which was perfect for me because that’s what I was most looking forward to! This box came with a Pirate Mickey, along with a Disney Treausres Pioneer pin for those who signed up for the full year of subscription box (which we did, obviously.)
Then on the inside of the box was where the real fun started! We unboxed to find….
A Disney Treasures exclusive Smee Funko pop, a Dorbz Wicked Wench Captain with Pirate Ship collectible (if you haven’t seen the Dorbz figures, they are worth a look. SO cute!), a Captain Hook patch (perfect for my denim jacket, and a really cool aluminum tin themed from different scenes of the Pirates of the Carribean ride on each side. The aluminum tin housed the mini-Captain Jack Sparrow vinyl figure as well.
My favorite part of the box was the treasure map that was folded inside that revealed an “insider” notes about each item in the box.
Bottom line is, if you’re on the fence about this box. Subscribe now! You can learn more about the Disney Treasures box HERE. The themes are only going to get better, especially the haunted box coming later this year. Everyone keep your fingers crossed for Haunted Mansion pops!