Friday, 16 April 2021

Fairyloot March 2021 Unboxing | Frozen Fables ❄

 

My first ever Fairyloot box arrived a couple of days ago and I'm so happy I managed to get my hands on one. This might be a one off for now because I loved March's theme but the next couple of months are books that I'm not overly bothered about. 

Spring may be here but this box had all of the wintery vibes going on and I love it! This months theme was Frozen Fables and everything in here was perfect. Let's get into it...
 
 
 
Our first item is a handy little ceramic mug with a design inspired by The Winternight Trilogy by Katherine Arden. The artwork is by @monolimeart and is a perfect depiction of the characters. I have read the first book in the series but it's one that I need to continue although I feel like winter is the best time to read them so it may be a few more months before I do. 


Then we have this super cute headband inspired by the Something Dark and Holy series by Emily A. Duncan (this blog does not support this author or their views, just an FYI). The design was done by @caterinabookdesigns and is a really lovely winter scene. I don't use headbands but who knows, I might wear it occasionally. 
 
 
You can never have too many pairs of socks! Definitely an item I can use. These are adorable, I just love the design and the colours. These are inspired by Even the Darkest Stars by Heather Fawcett (a book I planned on reading last year but never got to, oops) and were designed by @jezhawk
 

This was a nice surprise, I've been thinking about buying a phone ring holder for a while but now I don't have to! This design is gorgeous and was designed by @ironandinkdesigns. And of course it's inspired by Winterwood by Shea Earnshaw which I do own but haven't read.     
 

This notebook is so pretty guys! It's got beautiful gold foiling on it as well as the quote on the back. This is another item of which you can never have too many! Inspired by Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones and it was designed and illustrated by @taratjah


Before I reveal the book, there was also a couple of stunning art prints included this month. The first one is silver foiled (so beautiful in person) and is inspired by Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik with artwork by @warickart. The second is artwork inspired by this months book, I'm guessing it's our main character, and the art is done by @gabsternaut. Both absolutely going up on my wall.


Oh, we also have the tarot cards that are included in each box. I've always loved seeing people unbox these as they always have such amazing designs and lucky lucky me because this month's cards are inspired The Winternight Trilogy so characters I'm already familiar with, with designs by @arz28
 

Big reveal! This months book is The Bright & The Pale by Jessica Rubinkowski! Inspired by Russian folklore, I can already see this being a winner for fans of Katherine Arden. Apparently it's filled with 'fables, romance, tragedy, magic and monsters' which sounds like the best kind of combination to me. I can't wait to read it although it sounds like another one that would be perfect to read in the colder months. From what I can tell of the cover change, Fairyloot have gone for pale blue hues all over and generally brightened it up. The book also has gorgeous glittery blue sprayed edges as well as the lovely embossed design on the front. We also have some reversable dust jacket too with the design being done by @gabsternaut again. 
  
I'm really happy with everything included in this box, Fairyloot did a great job of picking all the items to fit the theme. I'm looking forward to getting another box when a new theme that interests me rolls around. Until next time, Happy Reading!
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