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Fairyloot Unboxing: January 2021 – Greek Mythology

Hi everyone! I decided I wanted to do an unboxing on here and share all the goodies that arrived in the January Fairyloot box! There will be spoilers for the contents so if you don’t want to see that, then don’t read this post! The theme of this box was Greek Mythology!

I wanted to take nice photos of the objects but the weather has been awful today, meaning the lighting has been too. And now it is dark so the photos may not be that great!


Wooden Spatula designed by @kdpeters

First up is this wooden spoon that is definitely too pretty to actually use to cook with! It features a quote from Lovely War by Julie Berry. I haven’t actually read or even heard of this book before but that quote makes me want to read it!

Circe Book Sleeve designed by @chattynora

Again, I haven’t read Circe but it it on my TBR and this book sleeve is stunning! This is my second Fairyloot booksleeve and I adore the quality! My books will feel safe in this!

Percy Jackson art print illustrated by @arz28

This stunning art print of Percy Jackson and Annabeth Chase makes me even more desperate to reread this series, as I can’t remember a single thing that happens! This will be put on display on my bookshelf!

Eros and Psyche Trinket Dish illustrated by @taratjah

This cupid trinket dish is gorgeous. I have so many random things all over the shelves of my bookcase so this will definitely help. And it looks so pretty!

The Wrath and the Dawn Tarot Cards designed by @arz28

This month’s tarot cards are inspired by characters from The Wrath and the Dawn. This series is on my TBR and has been on my kindle for a while so I plan to read them this year! The quality of my photography doesn’t quite show how stunningly detailed these are!

A Medusa iron-on patch designed by @kdpletters, and an Athena enamel bookmark designed by @monolimeart

This bookmark is gorgeous. I don’t think I will ever use it, but I will be displaying it! I also need to get something to put this patch on as I love it!

THIS EDITION! It is stunning! When I saw it, I couldn’t get over how pretty and detailed it is. There is another foil decoration on the back of the book that I didn’t take a photo of. I’m still yet to read this but I’m very excited to as I’ve had good things. It is also very pretty! The art on the reverse of the dustjacket is by @lizzart_zardonicz and it makes me even more ready to read the book!


That’s the end of my unboxing! Let me know if you like this kind of post, as I will do more because I accidently-on-purpose bought a monthly subscription! Have you read this book? What did you think?

Keep reading,

Georgia x

35 thoughts on “Fairyloot Unboxing: January 2021 – Greek Mythology”

    1. I was eyeing up the fairyloot box for ages and bought some single purchase boxes and loved them! There is too much choice but the gopd thing for me is that there are a lot US based whereas fairyloot is the main UK one I believe!

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  1. Ooh, this box looks so cool! 🤗 I generally steer clear of subscription boxes because I already have way too many bookish trinkets that I never use and would rather spend my money on just books, but some of these pictures are making me waver in that decision 😂

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    1. Yeh I understand that! As much as I love the trinkets, sometimes they’re for a book I’ve not read or something I will never use! But January’s goodies were so good! Also I love their special edition books so I weigh the pros and cons and having a pretty book wins! It also sends me books that I may not have read without it!

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  2. Great post! That bookmark is gorgeous and so is that edition of Lore! I’ve always wanted to try a subscription box, but unfortunately all the good ones are either UK or US based which adds on a significant shipping cost. I always look out for the one-time purchase options that are available from time to time though.

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  3. As a major Greek Mythology fan, I really wished I kept up with book boxes just for reasons like this. That Percy Jackson print is absolutely beautiful, as is that bookmark and Lore edition! There’s even extravagant artwork on the dust jacket?! It’s amazing!

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