Disney Treasures August Box – Tiny Town

I was fortunate enough to be at the D23 event where Funko did the unboxing for the August box, Tiny Town.  I couldn’t wait to get my box in August when they were delivered, however I was out of town and had to wait a bit longer to finally get mine.  The box theme is Tiny Town, it focused on the little characters we have come to know and love in the Disney Universe.  Let me show you what was in the box exactly:

I really like the way the box is designed each month to look like a chest and shows the images of past boxes, almost like when someone had the old style steamer luggage with stickers from all the places they had traveled.  Each month the new image is added where the previous sticker resided.

Inside the box opens to the map and the monthly patch and pin.

This month’s patch features Dot from the Pixar film, A Bug’s Life

This month’s official pin features Gus Gus the Mouse from Cinderella

Next we open the lid to see what else is contained inside.  No matter the Pop! Vinyl I’m always excited to get a new one to add to my collection.  This month though is the little Miss Attitude, Flying Tinkerbell

In this month’s collectible tin we have Jiminy Cricket.  He is honestly one of my favorite characters of all time so this was exciting to get

“it’s a small world” is one of Disney’s most classic attractions.  First debuting at the 1964-1965 New York World’s Fair, the ride is one on the must do list.  Just be careful, the song will be stuck in your head the rest of the day.  This is a very cool piece to add to any Disney lovers collection.

So there you have it, the August TIny Town box from Funko and Disney Treasures.  I really liked this box as I have all of them so far.  Not to take away from this one, but I really can’t wait for the October box, Haunted Forest that will feature a Maleficent’s Dragon Pop! Vinyl!!  So that you don’t miss out on any of the Disney Treasure boxes, be sure to visit https://disneytreasures.funko.com/ and order your’s today!!

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