Fairyloot February 2020 Unboxing

This is my second Fairyloot box and I was super excited to receive it!

Fairyloot is a UK-based YA fantasy subscription box. If you subscribe, you get a box a month which includes a hardback book and 5-6 exclusive goodies around a theme. You can subscribe monthly, or there are 3 month and 6 month pre-paid options. The monthly cost is £26. Or you can get a single purchase and just buy a one-off box.

There will be spoilers for the February box ahead!

The theme for this month’s box is ‘Rulebreakers’. There is a really good selection of items in this box and my mouth fell open when I saw the gorgeous scarf!

Luggage tag designed by @bookmarkd.tattoos and @loveyoumorestudio – This is a really useful item and I’m a Lord of the Rings fan so I’m pretty happy with this item. I don’t have a luggage tag so it will come in handy.

Foiled Scarf designed by @taratjah – This scarf is inspired by Sorcery of Thorns. I haven’t read the book yet, but I like that the design can be enjoyed by anyone even if you haven’t read it. I love books and cats so it’s perfect!

Bookish Lip Balm made by Little Heart Gifts – Another practical item. This one is inspired by Wicked Saints which I haven’t read. But it’s still useful and smells really nice, it has a strawberry prosecco scent.

Serpent & Dove mug with artwork by @merwildandco and inside sketch by @taratjah – The design of this mug is so beautiful! I love how the serpent and dove have been incorporated into the design and there’s a little serpent and dove on the bottom on the inside too! It seems to be a really good quality mug as well.

Foil Bookmarks and Sticker designed by @noverantale – These are inspired by Nevernight series. I haven’t read these books but these are nice, thick bookmarks.

Art Print by @noverantale – This is a nice print but I haven’t read We Hunt The Flame.

Tarot cards designed by @gabriella.bujdoso – This month’s monthly tarot cards are inspired by Strange the Dreamer.

The featured book of the month is a signed copy of The Shadows Between Us by Tricia Levenseller. We have an exclusive purple cover – the original is red – and embossing on the hard cover. Plus there’s artwork on the dust jacket by @vagueenthusiast.art. This edition is amazing! This isn’t really a book I had on my radar particularly, but it sounds really interesting so I’m intrigued to read it.

The book also came with a character print by @myvalenstyles on the back of the author letter and three postcards designed by Diana Dworak and Julia Gardiner.

Fairyloot have done a great job with this box again. The scarf and mug are definitely my favourite items. I’ve decided to let my subscription run for the March box as the book is one of my most anticipated releases for this year, but I will probably unsubscribe after that for the time being to save some money, as much as I love getting these boxes. What do you think of this box? Let me know what you think in the comments!

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