Stacking the Shelves: Fairyloot Unboxing – March box

Hi and welcome to another Fairyloot Unboxing!

Way back in January I discovered Fairyloot and ordered my very first box because it had a Beauty and the Beast theme (read all about that here). It was supposed to be a one-time thing, it was my birthday month AND my favourite Disney movie, the stars had aligned, but it would stop there, I put my foot down! Obviously, it didn’t stop there; I have zero willpower when it comes to books and so I ordered the March box too. I mean come on, a PURPLE anniversary edition box with TWO SIGNED books, how was I supposed to resist?! I managed to ignore the April box (I’ll probably kick myself for that when I see the unboxing), but I did order the May box, I tried to resist, but it has a signed book and one of the May box fandoms is The Selection and I’m trash for The Selection, #sorrynotsorry.

But look at me waffling on and getting ahead of myself! Let’s cut the small talk and get down to business! These are my Fairyloot goodies:

Alice in Wonderland socks
Page tabs
Book spine scarf
Embossed metal bookmark
Anniversary enamel pin
Art prints inspired by Warcross, The Cruel Prince and An Ember in the Ashes

I’m totally in love with the bookmark. I’m using it in my current read and I’ll be using it in many more books to come. It’s such a lovely quote that I’ve decided to bump up Strange the Dreamer too, I’ve had it for ages but I still haven’t read it, and I have to change that ASAP!
I’m also very happy with the socks! They lift my mood whenever I wear them, which I do think is quite a feat for socks!
The little post-its are just perfect and I’ll be using them for sure.
I adore the pin, I love the Fairyloot logo and the colour purple so this is basically the perfect pin.
The art prints are gorgeous, especially the Warcross drawing, I love Warcross, especially Emika, its MC, so I will definitely give this a spot in my library / book nook.
The scarf is beautiful but I don’t really wear scarves so odds are that it will end up in my library too, fulfilling a purely decorative purpose for which it’s not intended but oh well!

Goodies, all well and good, but the most important item in a book box is of course the book, and this anniversary edition has both a hardback and a paperback, both signed, both gorgeous. The hardback has sprayed edges to match the floor of the maze but the lettering on the spine is a stunning green so I’m actually thinking about displaying this one without its dust jacket!

Thanks for stopping by and taking a look at my loot! So, tell me, what do you think? Would you be happy to stack your shelves with these books & goodies too? Or did you order another box this month that you’d recommend?

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