Fairyloot February Unboxing
I couldn’t resist trying the February Fairyloot box as it was themed ‘Twisted Tales’ and I love Grimm fairytales. It was also revealed that Ink & Wonder would be a supplier and they’re my favourite bookmarks so I definitely wanted the exclusive design. Everything was beautiful and the value for money was incredible. Obviously, THERE WILL BE SPOILERS in this post so please don’t continue reading if you don’t want to know the contents of the February box.
First up was this stunning Grimm tales mug designed by Aunjuli Art. The artwork features multiple Grimm fairytales and my favourite has to be Little Red Riding Hood. Also included were these funky ‘The Witch & The Gingerbread House’ socks, inspired by Hansel and Gretel.
There was also a cute ‘Hinterland’ candle made by Wick and Fable and inspired by this month’s book choice. It’s my first candle by them and it smells gorgeous, with a fresh, woody scent. The ‘Poisonous Apple’ bath salts are from Little Heart with artwork designed by Till & Dill.
As expected, my favourite item in the box is this beautiful Little Red Riding Hood woodmark from Ink & Wonder Designs. I’m fairly obsessed with Paris’s designs so I’m thrilled to have an exclusive design for my collection. The stunning artwork for the spoiler card is designed by Taratjah.
And last but not least, this month’s book is an exclusive hardback edition of The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert. It’s signed by the author which I love as I’m not a fan of bookplates. I can’t wait to read this one as it sounds like a great dark fantasy story.
This was my first Fairyloot box and it definitely didn’t disappoint, especially with so many of the items being exclusive to the box. What were your favourite items? Would you recommend subscribing?