So after seeing so many beautiful unboxings of Fairyloot I decided to try it. I bought this last month, and had forgotten that I’d bought it because I got it so long ago. With moving twice and moving again next week, it’s not been the first thing on my mind.
As you can tell my Fairyloot June box got a little bit battered but fortunately everything inside was in perfect condition. This is my first ever book subscription box so I was so excited to get it in the post that I didn’t really mind that it was slightly damaged anyway.
On first opening you can only see the ‘spoiler’ card of what’s inside the box. This gives you information about everything that’s included so I just put it to one side and looked for myself what was there. I’ve seen someone complain about the purple springy things (technical term of course). But I thought they were good as they hid the products and they were quite tough and stuck together instead of flying all over the room.
On the card was the Elementalist artwork that has been promoted by Fairyloot. I’m really happy because this is one of the reasons why I purchased Fairyloot this month in particular. Compared to the book, I think it’s extremely relevant. Plus, it’s beautiful artwork.
I. Love. This. Candle. It’s the Twister candle from Witchwood Remedies which is also UK based! It smells good, I can’t tell what of though! Also, the candle looks so adorable. Luckily, I’m moving into a flat where I can actually use candles for the first time in two years!
When I saw this bracelet I was so happy. I used to have one really similar, but I lost it a while ago now. Fingers crossed I dont lose this one.
This is a Avatar: The Last Airbender related product. You could could get a fire, earth or water lip balm as well. I, obviously, got the air one. I haven’t opened up yet since I put it straight into my bags for moving!
This is by far one of my favourite items. This is an exclusive cushion cover made for Fairyloot. It’s got a quote by Stephen King who I love. The colour is just beautiful, and it’s actually brighter in real life than in this image. I think I might look into buying a couple more covers from Miss Phi to go with this one.
This is a small postcard for the Frostblood Series by Ella Blake. I haven’t actually heard of this series before so I will probably be checking that out.
This sample for The Waking Land was also really exciting. I have this on my wishlist at the moment, so it’s going to be good to read some and see if I like it first.
As cute as this packaging is, I cant actually use this soap. Because of sensitive skin, I dont really want to risk using this so I will probably be gifting this to a family member.
Anyone who knows me will tell you of my love of stationary. I can’t wait to be able to use these adorable sticky notes either for organisation or for revision when I go back to uni next year.
I love that the book comes in a lovely little bag. It means the book is not damaged and it’s like a second surprise opening. I’m probably going to reuse the bag for carrying books in my handbag too.
So as with every Fairyloot box (I think) you get a note from the author, a signed book plate, a bookmark (Which is really needed since I’ve misplaced mine when moving) and an insider to next month! I kind of want to get next months too, but the cost is worrying me as I dont want to pay every single month. I think I know which book it is though, so I might just pick up the book.
I’m so excited about this book. I actually put it onto my Amazon wishlist recently because I keep seeing this all over Goodreads and Twitter. The premise just seemed interesting as there’s storm magic and Aurora, the future queen must somehow get her own magic before she’s forced into an arranged marriage. The book cover is also stunning, which means of course I wanted it. I have a problem with good looking books okay? But overall I’m really excited to read this!
Are you subscribed or do you buy from any book subscription services? If yes, let me know which one(s) you prefer in the comments!