So, my September fairy loot box finally arrived after what felt like an eternity. It was seriously delayed this month and had me frustrated as hell. It made up for it though. It really is my favourite box to date. Here’s what was inside:
Firstly, and my fave item EVER, was a beanie. Not just any old beanie. A. Throne. Of. Glass. Beanie! 😲 It has the Rattle the stars quote embroidered onto the front, designed by reverie and ink, and a cute, on trend, pom pom on top. This is exclusive to fairyloot too. I’m reading TOG at the minute so I actually squealed when I saw this and proceeded to gush all over it. I will not be taking this off from now until spring.
Then, I discovered my all time love — shadowhunter merch. There really is not anywhere near enough of this merch in the world. I’ve been a fan of #shadowhunters since way back when city of bones was released and Cassandra Clare is one of my all time favourite authors. This was epic for me. Imagine my surprise when I found not one, but TWO shadowhunter items — a Magnus Bane inspired candle by In The Wick of Time (which smells absolutely divine) and a tote, by Miss Phi, with a quote from clockwork angel by Will Herondale. I adore this bag so much.
Then, I came across a pad of paper. It’s beautiful and scrolled across the top of every page reads: anything worth doing starts with bad idea. It’s by the very creative Alexis Lampley and I know it’ll be put to great use.
Who doesn’t love hot chocolate? Especially at this time of year. What about vegan hot chocolate inspired by Percy Jackson? I’m in. With both feet. I’ve already tasted it and have to say it really is delicious and it’s by Brontie & co. 👌
Harry Potter. Anything related always goes down well. A gorgeous, bright, energetic fridge magnet by ink and wonder which reads: I solely swear that I am up to no good (my life motto) will certainly make me smile.
There was some beautiful artwork in this box by Taratjah. I don’t know who they’re of because, unfortunately, I haven’t read the lunar chronicles or shades of magic, but they’re stunning regardless.
Then we’re at the last, but not least, few bits and there was a sampler of The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee which looks interesting, the usual fairy loot book sleeve and All That Sass bookmark, a tower of dawn book mark and the sole reason we subscribe…
The book. This month’s book was Even The Darkest Stars by Heather Fawcett and seems like a lovely book to curl up with on the long dark nights to come.
If you haven’t already subscribed to fairy loot, I highly recommend it. You can do it on their website fairyloot.co.uk . You’re welcome.
Have a great day and look out for my post tomorrow as I’ll be launching my spooky bookish challenge for october. It’s been a while since I hosted one and I’m super excited.