Fairyloot February Unboxing – Beast and Beauty

So I’ve been getting the Wildest Dreams Book Box for just over a year now and never been disappointed with a box so I decided I’d treat myself to a monthly subscription to Fairyloot as well!

February’s theme is Beast and Beauty, inspired by Beauty and the Beast! I adored the Disney movie when I was little and actually really enjoyed the live action adaptation in 2017 so I was really excited by it. One of the items was delivered to their warehouse a little late so the boxes were dispatched later than normal so mine didn’t arrive until 1st March but the contents certainly didn’t disappoint!

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Beast and Beauty – Fairyloot’s February Box

I’d not been well the week my box arrived, so by the time Friday rolled around I was really ready for a treat, so pulling item after item out of the box certainly cheered me up!

What Was In The Box?

So many beautiful items in this box! First up is the Tea With Mrs. Potts Roll-On Perfume from Little Heart Gifts. It has a tea and vanilla scent and is vegan friendly! Next up is a beautiful Belle Print by Amaretta_ it’s an absolutely stunning picture and I need to find a way to display it. The Trinket Dish from Drop And Give Me Nerdy is made of ceramic and the quote made me laugh, I really love it! Then came two Collectable Tarot Cards that Fairyloot have been including in their boxes the past few months, the artwork is by Emily Haynes and based on characters from A Court Of Thorns and Roses. The images are beautiful but I’ve never read the books so it’s not really a fandom I’m interested in merch for… I do however love the Sparkly Tumbler from Taratjah and KDP Letters, the lid has a hole for a straw, but the tumbler didn’t come with one, which was perhaps a little disappointing, it would have been nice to have a reusable straw. I’ve still got some disposable straws I got from Ikea many moons ago that fit. The Enchanted Rose Enamel Pin is so beautiful, and the photo above doesn’t really do it justice, IceyDesigns have done a wonderful job and I’m going to need to find a way to display it beautifully as it deserves! Then came a Large Wall Tapestry, again the picture above does not do it justice and only shows a fraction of the scene, I really have no idea what I’ll do with it but Sweet Sequels did a wonderful job capturing Belle and the Beast’s ballroom dance scene. Finally we come to the book, opening the little dust bag I uncovered this month’s, a stunning hardback edition of Brigid Kemmerer’s A Curse So Dark And Lonely, complete with ribbon bookmark, also included in the bag was a signed bookplate in the shape of a rose, another couple of bookmarks and a letter from Brigid, with more stunning artwork, this time from kf1n3 on the reverse!

As you can see this February’s Fairyloot was absolutely jammed full of goodies and the above picture doesn’t even include the wall hanging. I absolutely cannot wait to get my hands on the March edition, which celebrates Fairyloot’s 3rd birthday and comes with two books!

Fairyloot is a monthly subscription box with prices starting at £26 plus shipping. Rolling monthly, 3 monthly and 6 monthly subscriptions are available and one-off purchases may be available if stock permits. Sign up at Fairyloot.com. Let me know what you think in the comments!

*My Fairyloot subscription is paid for by myself and nothing is received in exchange for this post

9 thoughts on “Fairyloot February Unboxing – Beast and Beauty

      1. Tilly

        I know!! I cannot wait for the March anniversary box – and I must confess that I’ve also treated myself to the Caraval ‘Finale’ box as May is my birthday month! 😂🙈

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