Hi and welcome to the unboxing of the FairyLoot February box! I had to wait for this one, mostly due to the efficiency of the Belgian postal services (or lack thereof), but I had been assured it was well worth the wait, and indeed it was!
The theme of the February box is Rulebreakers, and I have to admit, although I’m a law-abiding citizen myself, I do like it when my characters are not, so of course I had to order this box!
One of my fave items in this box, and of all the FairyLoot boxes I’ve received to date, is this mug, inspired by Serpent & Dove, which was the feature novel of one of the FairyLoot boxes last year. I love bookish mugs, and this one is stunning, I’m chuffed with it!
Next, we have some other cool bits and bobs: a LOTR luggage tag (I’m not planning to go on holiday any time soon, so I’m using it on the bag I take to work), foiled bookmarks and a sticker inspired by the Nevernight series by Jay Kristoff (one can never have enough bookmarks, and these two are beautiful, I especially adore the left one), a bookish lip balm smelling of strawberries and inspired by Wicked Saints by Emily A. Duncan (divine!), some art prints / postcards inspired by this month’s book and a We Hunt the Flame art print (some of these may find their way into my reading nook).
One goodie left to show you, and it’s absolutely gorgeous:
This is a foiled scarf inspired by Sorcery of Thorns, featured in one of last year’s FairyLoot boxes. I’m not a scarf person, I gave away last year’s FairyLoot scarf, but I adore this one, as it features books and cats, two of my favourite things, and although it stands out, it’s not eyewateringly in your face, so I’m pretty sure I’ll actually wear it, although I do have a few DIY projects in mind too…
What’s a book box without a book? Well uhm, a box of goodies, which would be cool too actually, but I for one am happy that the FairyLoot box includes a book as well, especially this month’s book, it’s drop dead gorgeous whichever way you turn it, it’s signed, the dust jacket is amazing, including some art on the reverse side, and the naked hardcover is embossed. It’s described as Slytherin romance with characters who have unapologetically questionable morals, and I’m so here for that!
And this is the entire February FairyLoot box:
And that’s a wrap! Thanks for joining me today! Any thoughts, how do you feel about bookish lip balm, do you like bookish scarfs and what is your stance on bookish mugs? Let me know below!