Books

Unboxing May Fairyloot

img_4214The theme for May’s Fairyloot was Warriors & Legends, and I was very excited to see what sort of items they would include in the box. I had really high hopes for this box, and I have to say that I wasn’t disappointed. All the items fitted the theme really well and I liked the range of different types of items.

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Unboxing

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The first item in the box was this Warriors & Legends tea, made by The Tea Leaf Co. This green tea is exclusively made for this box, and has hints of Lychee and Jasmine. I have never tired tea like this before, but if it tastes anything like it smells, I know I am going to love the taste.

 

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The second item was this Mist Candle, made by In The Wick Of Time. There was two different scents sent out in the boxes, Flame and Mist. I received the mist scent and I have to say that I love the sent. As soon as you open the lid the warm stone and woodsmoke scents escape and fill the room. I also like how the author of the book chose the names for both the scents and they both relate to the book somehow.

 

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Another item featured in the box were these pair of Celtic Socks, made by Fairyloot. I really like the Celtic knot pattern on the socks, and they feel like they are made of really high quality materials.

 

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An item that I really like from this box was this One Ring Woodmark, made by Ink and Wonder. The bookmark is made from sustainably sourced wood, with a quote from Lord of the Rings, and an epic design. I love how vibrant the colours are on the bookmark, they really stand out and make the bookmark very eye catching.

 

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Also included in the box was this Metallic Feathered Pen, made by Flora’s Wonder Emporium. I thought this was something new and different from what they normally include in the boxes. It is something that you would not get somewhere else, and I think it really fits in with the rest of the items in the box.

 

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In this box there was two books included. The first book was this World Mythology in Bite-Sized Chunks by Mark Daniels. First off, I really like the cover for this book and it looks like something I would enjoy reading. I think that everyone who knows very little about different myths would benefit reading a book like this. Again this was another item that definitely fitted in with the theme of the box.

 

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Finally the main book featured in this box was Flame in the Mist by Renee Ahdieh. I did have a feeling that this book would be the one in this box, and I am so happy it is. I have been wanting to read this ever since I first read about it, I am so glad I have it now. The book also came with a signed book plate, bookmark and a letter from the author.

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Overall Thoughts

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I really liked all the items in this box. Normally there is at least one item in a box that I know I will never use or need, but in this box I think I will make use of all the items. I again liked how most of the items were exclusively made by different companies, just to be used in this box. When this happens it makes the box feel a bit more special and worthwhile because you are getting items that no one else would be able to get.

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

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I have already subscribed to the next box, which has the theme of Elementalists. I am excited to see what items they have planned to featured in the box because I love anything to do with powers and the elements.

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