Unboxing June’s FairyLoot Box


I know I’m a little late with this review but I was so impressed with this box that I wanted to share it anyway! If you don’t want to know what was inside June’s Fairy Loot box, look away now. I won’t be offended and will see you soon for some more bookish posts next week.

IMG_0364Now, some of you will remember that I used to get book subscription boxes and specifically, Fairy Loot, quite a lot but I ended up stopping because I couldn’t justify the cost when I wasn’t getting through the books. My TBR was just growing and growing and growing and, in all honesty, it was getting overwhelming.

However, as soon as I saw that June’s theme was Broody Banter, I knew that I needed to pick it up. That is one of my absolute favourite tropes in books and I had a feeling there would be items inspired by my favourite books!


Let me tell you this box did not disappoint.

I was so impressed not only by the quality  of every single item in this box but how many there were! It made it such good value for money and I felt like the goodies were never ending. Though FairyLoot isn’t exactly cheap, I got an awful lot for my money in this box. Let’s get started shall we?


First up, I got a beautiful wooden bookmark which has been designed by @stellabookishart . Apparently the design is inspired by Fire Falling by Elise Kovam which I’ve never read but this quote makes me want to! I also received this strawberry and kiwi tea which is inspired from To Kill a Kingdom. It has been made by the folks at @thetealeafco.

Next: socks! Yes, socks. These are inspired by the Lux series by Jennifer L. Armentrout, which is another series that I have not picked up. I still have my fairy tale socks from way back  when so I am so excited to add more bookish socks to my drawers.

I also got a wonderful Raven Boys Patch which I love!

IMG_0368The goodies didn’t stop there!

I also got this beautiful reading journal which is simply stunning. It’s laid out like the most pinterest-worthy bullet journal pages you have ever seen and I can’t wait to use it.

I also saw this FairyLoot box which certainly had me intrigued…


Inside was this gorgeous box which has been designed to look like a book. Perfect for hiding your secrets on your bookshelves!



Still going…

There were some beautiful art prints, tarot cards and a bookmark!


Almost there…

Next, I spotted the FairyLoot book bag, some stunning enamel paper clips (with characters from The Mortal Instruments, Caraval and Throne of Glass) and a lovely Bloodwitch Enamel Pin by @ironandinkdesigns .


Finally, this month’s book was Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson. This is a fantasy about librarians so I am definitely intrigued about this! Also, the cover is to die for!

Clearly I have a lot of reading to catch up with, starting with Sorcery of Thorns!

I have so much love for this month’s FairyLoot box and still can’t get over how much stuff there was in here. I can’t wait to start using in some of these products and to follow the artists and designers involved. There was so much talent in this box!

Kelly x

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