Friday, 25 January 2019

UNBOXING ¦ Fairyloot: Dragons - December 2018

When I saw that the December theme for Fairyloot was Dragons, I knew I had to get the box for that month. I always enjoy Fairyloot boxes and I love stories with dragons in them, so I knew it would be perfect for me, and I certainly was not disappointed! I loved the items in this box, it was all unique and creative and of good quality, and I loved the book too! I have finished reading it now, so the review should be up soon. I took part in the readalong Fairyloot have started doing with each book they feature in their boxes, and I found it made the experience of reading the book even better, so I definitely recommend taking part if you ever get a Fairyloot box. I've listed each item below, with a picture and link to the designer or shop that each item came from (although quite a lot of the items were exclusive to the box which was great to see!).

Glow in the dark dragon necklace from Fairyloot

Reading journal designed by Fictiontea Designs and featuring artwork by Blanca Montiel

Daenerys and dragon magnetic bookmarks by Taratjah 

Book sleeve designed by Sweet Sequels 

The Storm Crow by Kalyn Josephson, Advanced Readers Copy

Character art print of Sky from Fire & Heist created by Taratjah, double-sided art print with Toothless from How To Train Your Dragon on one side, and Abraxos from Throne of Glass on the other side created by Diana Worak, A Court of Thorns and Roses tarot cards created by Emily Haynes 

Pin flag from Fairyloot (pins are from my own collection)

Fire & Heist by Sarah Beth Durst, signed edition

As I said, I really liked this box, I thought it was really fun and inventive. I think my favourite items were the dragon necklace, which I think I'll be wearing a lot, the reading journal, which I think will prove really useful and the pin flag, as I've been wanting a way to display my pin collection! If you want to find out more about Fairyloot you can find their website here.

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