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Unboxing October Fairyloot

This is my second box from Fairyloot and I will definitely be subscribing to more of their boxes. After loving July’s Fairyloot box I decided to subscribe because the Steampunk theme for October sounded really interesting.

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The artwork on the theme card is beautiful, I’m even contemplating framing it because its that nice to look at. I really love the design and the effort Fairyloot put into their boxes and it really makes unboxing the boxes even more special.

 

 

 

Unboxing

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The first item was this The Infernal Devices magnetic bookmark, made by Happy Hello Inc.

I have not read The Infernal Devices but I really like this bookmark. Its made of really high quality material and I am using it already as a bookmark.

 

 

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Another item in the box was this Clockwork Ring by Cogs and Curiosities.

I’m not a jewellery person but I’m sure I will be able to gift this to someone. The ring fits in with the theme of Steampunk with the cogs, and is very pretty to look at. The ring again is made of strong material and feels like it will last a while.

 

 

 

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Another jewellery piece in the box is this stunning Mechanicalย Steampunk Necklace by Fairyloot.

The butterfly is a very eye-catching and very fashionable. Again I wont be using this myself but I can easily gift this to someone and I know they would absolutely love it.

 

 

 

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This Clock Washi Tape by FairyLoot is a perfect addition to the box.

I have never had any journal tape in a subscription box before I think its a great item to include. Many people like journaling and this tape is perfect for that. The design of the cogs isย ideal to use in any sort of journaling.

 

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Another item in the box was an Exclusive Tea Towel by Read at Midnight.

Again this is an item that I have never got before, but I think its a great idea. Its something that most people use and they now have one with a quote from The Infernal Devices series.

 

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This Exclusive Special Edition Elias Lip Balm from Behind The Pages was also featured in this months box.

I was surprised when I opened up the Lip Balm because it was gold and sparkly and it smelt wonderful.

 

 

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The final bookish item in the box was this Exclusive Divergent Candle by Meraki Candles.

This is one of the best candles I have received from a subscription box. It smells delicious and refreshing and the scent lasts for ages, even when you have blown the candle out. I will definitely be buying more candles from Meraki Candles.

 

 

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Finally the book!

The book for this months box was Metaltown by Kristen Simmons.

I had never heard of this book before, but after reading the description it sounds awesome and fits in with the Steampunk theme. Also with the book you got a signed bookplate, personalised letter and a badge.

 

 

 

Overall Thoughts

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I loved this months Fairyloot box, it had a mixture of items that would appeal to most book fans, and all the items related back to the Steampunk theme. With Fairyloot you know that the items you get are going to be made of high quality and are going to last, and with a book thrown in as well its absolutely worth the money. If you haven’t tried Fairyloot yet I would definitely recommend it everyone, the only problem is that they sell out really fast, so you have to be quick if you want one.

If you are thinking to subscribing to FairyLoot then I would suggest signing up to their Newsletter and they will get in conact with you with new themes and the date for when the boxes become available to order.

Link: FairyLoot

I have already ordered next months box and with the theme of Royals & Rogues, I’m really excited to unbox it.

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Have you subscribed to Fairyloot? Did you like this months box?

What other book subscription boxes do you subscribe too?

 

 

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9 thoughts on “Unboxing October Fairyloot”

  1. I am so excited for the November box xD – I loved the Steampunk box as well.

    As for subscription boxes, it’s no surprise that I’m sorta addicted. This November I’m expecting fairyloot, nerdybookworm, mybookishcrate, illumicrate and bookboxclub ๐Ÿ˜€

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    1. WOW you do have loads of subscription boxes this month. Just think of all the bookish goodies you will have though. I have Fairyloot and Illumicrate coming this month. I think in the new year I will start to try other boxes.

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      1. That’s pretty clever. I never thought of that xD. The only ones I deliberately chose not to go after again were the overseas boxes because of customs. But the ones I tried were great.

        My hope is to sort of compare the different bookboxes at the end of the year. Hopefully I’ll have tried a couple of each to make a proper description of them. So far, I have 5 nerdybookworm boxes, 3 fairyloot, 2 bookboxclub, 1 illumicrate, and 1 mybookishcrate from the UK. And I’m planning to recieve 2 nerdybookworm boxes, 2 fairyloot, 2 bookboxclub, 1 illumicrate, and 2 mybookishcrate boxes before the end of the year. So there should be a fair representation of each box.

        A few people have actually asked for my opinion when trying to choose a box, but since I haven’t tried all, it’ll be hard to suggest. I do try though

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      2. I absolutely love Nerdybookwormbox. Similar to fairyloot, but still has some uniqueness. I’ve been with them for five boxes and this month will be my sixth. Additionally, if you’re interested, the December box will domate ยฃ1 to a non profit organisation to help US. Plus, you cam use BOOKS061 for a small discount on your first box. XD

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