If you’re expecting super aesthetic pictures… you’ll be disappointed, I suck at taking pictures. But, this box contained some really cool stuff and I did my best to take pictures. This month’s theme was Twisted Fairytales which is right up my alley.

The first item in the box was a lovely ‘Grimm Tales’ mug (I love mugs!) which is exclusive to FairyLoot and I love it so much. It was created by Aunjuli Art and it has scenes from Hanse and Gretel, Little Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel and… something with a castle? Cinderella? Maybe Snow White? I’m not sure.

Next up was a cute little candle. The scent is ‘Hinterland’ which has something to do with the book and it smells heavenly. I can’t get enough of it and I am 100% going to burn it while reading because it’s delicious. The scent is oak moss and tea leaves. The candle is from Wick and Fable and it is also exclusive to FairyLoot. Pretty much everything is exclusive to FairyLoot.



Next item is ‘Poisonous Apple’ bath salts which makes me even more sad that I haven’t got a bathtub. I hope that the next place I move to will have a bathtub because these bath salts sound amazing. The creator is Little Heart and this is also exclusive.


Next up is probably my favourite item in this box: ‘The Witch and the Gingerbread House’ socks. I hate boring socks. All my socks have to have something on them and it’s hard to commercially find cool socks. There isn’t much variety unless you buy them from Etsy or something, but then they’re expensive. So I am always delighted when I get cool socks. These were created by FairyLoot and are adorable.


Last items (besides the book itself) was this lovely exclusive Little Red Riding Hood woodmark from Ink and Wonder which I just love. I love bookmarks (even though I will frequently use random items as bookmarks) and this is a lovely addition to my collection. Also, FairyLoot includes every month a print for that month’s theme and that same image in bookmark form. I’m assuming the artist for these is FairyLoot cause I can’t find any mention of an artist.


And finally, the book for this month was The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert. It’s a debut novel, I’m not entirely sure what it’s about, but I have heard buzz about it and it’s a dark fairytale, so I’m excited. This edition is exclusive to FairyLoot and comes with a signed letter from the author and is also signed by the author. The cover is really beautiful and just the feel of the book is great and it smells great. I don’t know if it’s because of the candle or if it’s the paper they used, but the book itself smells great.



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