It’s time for another Fairyloot unboxing!
I apologize that I am late with this one as it we are in June but I couldn’t not showcase my favourite subscription box. May’s theme was Save The Kingdom and was advertised as being perfect for fans of Throne of Glass, The Remnant Chronicles and The Winners Trilogy. All series I really enjoyed.
So lets dive in and explore what goodies this box had in store for us…
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Today I have another unboxing for you… Yes another one. I love Book Mail.
Today’s is for the March Box for Fairyloot. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Fairyloot they are a bookish monthly subscription based here in the UK. (They do ship worldwide)
I adore Fairyloot every month and it’s a special treat I’ve been getting myself for a fair few months now. This month’s box was one I was particularly looking forward to because it was an anniversary box and the theme was ‘Memorable Moments.’
So lets see what goodies it held shall we?
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Today I am coming at you with my first ever Unboxing for the J.K Rowling Wizarding World Crate produced by Loot Crate. I’m sure you all know how much of a crazy Harry Potter fangirl I am, I mean I talk about it ALL the time.
The J.K Rowling’s Wizarding World Box costs £39.00 with shipping included so it may seem a little on the pricey side but it only ships every odd month whereas other subscriptions boxes ship every month and cost around the same. I personally like how it’s only a subscription box that ships every odd month rather than every month, it makes me more excited to receive it.
This months theme was ‘Enchanting Essentials.’ There are numerous plans you can pick for this box depending on your size and house because all their boxes come with at least one item of clothing. I, myself chose Gryffindor and the Medium size because I tend to wear the t-shirts to bed.
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Today I am coming back at you with a Fairyloot Unboxing. I’ve been buying the Fairyloot Subscription box for over a year now and I want to start sharing the unboxing’s with you because I love it so much. This month’s theme was Twisted Tales.
The February ‘Twisted Tales’ box was described as being perfect for fans of dark fairy-tales and The Grimm fairy-tales. We could expect items themed on Little Red Riding Hood, Snow White, Hansel and Gretel and Rapunzel.
Without further ado let’s get to the goodies that were in this months box.
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Today’s post is FINALLY my unboxing of October’s Fairyloot box which had the theme ‘STEAMPUNK REBELLION’. I was very excited for this box because the description said it would be perfect for fans of The Infernal Devices and if you know me you know I adore Cassandra Clare and The Infernal Devices is one of my favourite trilogies.
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Today we have a little belated post for the Unboxing of September’s Fairyloot box. I was so busy I never got round to posting about this and I was taking photo’s of October’s and decided I would share this one first! The theme for this month was Magic and Mayhem!
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If you follow me on Instagram you will have seen I received my June FairyLoot box yesterday, I am incredibly excited about this because this is my first ever subscription box and I have heard amazing things on Booktube and Bookstagram.
The theme for June was ‘Classic Twist’ and the website said it was perfect for fans of Jane Austen, I myself struggle to get into Classics but I am a fan of Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen plus it mentioned thinking of it along the lines of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. So of course I had to give it a go.
To find out what the June box held continue below, however if you have ordered the box for yourself and are yet to receive it you may want to skip this.
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