Back in July I got my first Fairyloot box and loved it (see the unboxing here). So when I heard the theme for November was ‘Royals & Rogues’ I decided to sign up once more. That’s one of the things I love about Fairyloot; you can (if you are quick) just purchase one-off boxes rather than committing to a box each month. Make sure you are subscribed to their newsletter so you find out first what their theme is for the next month. They’ve had some fantastic sounding themes recently. In all honesty, there are going to be a few Fairyloot unboxings coming up – can you tell what I spent my birthday money on? ;D
As always, I’m going to put the actual content of the unboxing in a spoiler section below. I’m sure everyone has their boxes by now, since I’m ridiculously late in posting this (people are getting their December boxes right now), but I’d hate to be the cause of spoilers!View Spoiler »
First of all, this month we got some tea from The Tea Leaf Company. I don’t actually drink Earl Grey though so I’ve passed this along to someone who I know will enjoy it. They thoughtfully included tea filters too which I thought was a nice touch.
Then there was a beautiful ceramic mug, designed exclusively for Fairyloot by Read At Midnight.
I have to say, I love this mug. I was so pleased to get a ceramic mug in the box, I believe it’s the first time Fairyloot have done this.
Getting a photo of this exclusively designed pocket mirror from Bookworm Boutique was a challenge. You all know I struggle with my lack of photography skills!
This lovely wee mirror has been inspired by The Wrath & The Dawn duology. I’m still to read the books but nevertheless, I really like this addition to the box.
These scented soap crystals were made by CraftyRagamuffin and apparently link in with this month’s book.
I haven’t tried them yet but they look very pretty!
I was hoping there would be something Throne of Glass related in this box, and there was!
This exclusive Queen of Terrasen notepad was hand lettered by Alexis Lampley & is perfect for my handbag!
Sticking with Sarah J Maas, we also received this ACOMAF tote bag.
There were two exclusive art prints inspired by Red Queen…
…and a Wolf By Wolf print too.
Finally, onto the book. Fairyloot have changed the way they package their books, they now come in a handy wee protective cloth bag.
I was actually really excited when I saw this book. It was one that had been on my radar, so it was a fab surprise, plus there’s a signed bookplate, bookmark, author letter and sketch!
Since I last got a Fairyloot box they’ve also introduced Fairyscoop, a wee leaflet with exclusive author interviews and other content.
I honestly, don’t know how they managed to fit all of this into one box!
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So there we have it – quite a box! I’m delighted with it.
Do you subscribe to Fairyloot?
What are your thoughts on the November box?