Fairyloot February Unboxing!

Aah, another unboxing! I know, I know, but you’re going to see at least two a month. I might have to merge some since this is a February Unboxing.. in April. But things have just been really buys! I’ll do better next time :’) Let’s just start okay..

This months theme was Beast & Beauty, and as soon as I saw the theme reveal, I knew what the book was. I was still incredibly curious to see the bookish goodies though! So here goes:

The first goodies in the box was a Tea With Mrs. Potts Roll-On Perfume. It smells like tea and vanilla (tbh mostly vanilla). It’s brought to me by Little Heart Gifts. I’m not sure I’m going to be using this, I have two perfumes that I use, I usually don’t know what suits me and I’m not sure I’m ready to explore :’). The next item is an Enchanted Rose Enamel Pin by IceyDesigns. If you know me, you know I have a thing for pins. This one will be added to my pinboard! The next item.. well. It’s ceramic trinket dish with a quote.. But as you can see, something went wrong. It’s supposed to say If It’s Not Baroque, Don’t Fix It, and was designed by Drop and Give Me Nerdy. I’ve contacted Fairyloot and they say they’re sending me a new one, so I’m waiting patiently!

Onto the next items! A sparkly tumbler which was designed by Taratjah and KDP Letters! I’ve read that the image doesn’t really hold up even when you handwash it, so I don’t know if I’m actually going to use it, but it’s a pretty decoration too! And then the awesome tarot cards that Fairyloot has added in the last few boxes. This time it’s Rhysand and Morrigan, which were designed by Emily Haynes! These were the last of the six cards, so the next box will start off a new set!

The next item is this huge ass Wall Tapestry! It depicts the dancing scene from Beauty and the Beast and was designed by Sweet Sequels. It’s so big that I couldn’t take a proper picture without showing you some of the mess that is my room. But maybe someday 🙂

Next up is this beautiful Belle print by Amaretta_! It’s absolutely gorgeous and so realistic! And then also the author letter featuring artwork by kf1n3. I always adore these prints and I can’t wait to add them to my collection!

Dun dun dunnn… It’s time for the book! This week it’s A Curse So Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer! This edition is exclusive to this box. It’s hardback and has a silky ribbon bookmark (which I now realise I haven’t included in the pictures. woops). It’s a modern Beauty and the Beast retelling and I have read nothing but amazing things about it!

Contrary to Owlcrate, Fairyloot doesn’t tell their subscribers what next months theme is, so I’m just as much in the dark as you guys are. I guess you just have to look out for my next unboxing!

Until next time,

12 thoughts on “Fairyloot February Unboxing!

  1. Jennifer Pletcher says:

    What a great box!! The more I see these, the more I realize I really want to start getting one of these book boxes


    • Michelle says:

      Yeah I’m usually pretty fast with ordering, but I think lately there’s only been two boxes that sold out really fast, the others have been up for sale for at least a week (and with last months debacle I think they’ll have more slow months in the future). I’ll keep you up to speed on both Owlcrate and Fairyloot with unboxings though 😉

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  2. TheCaffeinatedReader says:

    I love that little trinket dish!!! At least they’re sending a replacement but haha I crack up at that joke every time. Also, that wall tapestry is freakin so pretty and the art, aghhh I’m actually drooling over all the pretty things! Loved the unboxing!

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