Sunday, November 4, 2018

Unboxing: FairyLoot Beautiful Deceptions




I've always wanted to receive a FairyLoot or OwlCrate. I decided to do a 3-month subscription for FairyLoot and this month I received my first box. I was so happy with everything inside this box. I can't wait to share it all with you.

Let's do this!








The first item is an exclusive Aelin Candle by Nerd Poured Candles. I know this is a character from the Throne of Glass series, which I'm currently reading. I hope to read the second book in the series soon. I've read the novella and the first book and I was in LOVE. Sarah J. Maas is awesome.








This box also contains a deck of playing cards. A super cool goodie that I've never seen in all the boxes I've opened up. It was inspired by The Cruel Prince by Holly Black. The Faerie Deck of Cards features art by Emily Haynes in collaboration with FictionTeaDesigns.






This winter I can keep my feet warm with the Deceptive Queen Socks by Fairyloot. I LOVE getting bookish socks, they're those things that you can always use and you can rock the booklove on your feet! The socks are inspired by Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard. I love the series and hope to read the final book SOON!










The Winner's Curse by Marie Rutkoski is a book I haven't heard off, but this amazing Stories Keychain looks great. It's made by KDP Letters. I will definitely hang this on my own keyring!









I'm so ready for winter with this Fairyloot box. There's a Mourners Beanie by Fiction Tea Designs in a collab with Fairyloot in this box. It's inspired by Six of Crows. I've heard so many good things about the books and I can't wait to read them so I know why to rock this beanie.







YES! I'm such a big tea fan. Especially after visiting China and learning how fresh tea is much better than from a teabag. In this box is a blend of peppermint and green tea; Wren's Secrets. It's inspired by this months book and made by The Tea Leaf Company. Yummy.








This months book is Girls of Paper and Fire by Natasha Ngan. It's inspired by Asian mythology. It's about a girl taken from her home to become a concubine to a demon king along with eight other girls. The story is about finding strength, fighting for freedom and love. This edition is a Fairyloot Exclusive. It has an exclusive cover, sprayed edges and it's signed!!! This book looks AMAZING. I haven't heard of it, but the sprayed edges are so cool and, yay, it's signed!




Bonus items: Poppy Wards bookmark, Grisha pin badges set, Sawkill Girls postcard.


I'm so happy with the first Fairyloot box I've received. I can't wait for the next one. It's so much fun to unpack a box of goodies and I feel like a little kid in the candy store everytime I unpack another box.

I have been unpacking a lot of bookboxes since I've had a blog and I plan to do a Goodies Giveaway very soon. I'm including amazing goodies that I've unpacked in the last (almost) 2 years. Just to share the book love. So keep your eyes open for that one!!

What's your favorite goodie in this bookbox?
Thanks so much for reading!

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