Monday, June 26, 2017

June Owlcrate 'Make It Out Alive'

I am excited to start getting Owlcrate again. It was one of my favorite book subscription boxes. This month's theme is 'Make It Out Alive' which I think is a bit more suitable for October than it is for June, but I kind of like the unconventional aspect of it.

This month's box was filled so much stuff that I really liked and I can't wait to used.

This Double sided bookmark with quotes from  A court of Thorns and Roses designed by Hey Atlas Creative is really pretty and I always love getting bookmarks as I like to collect them. I still have yet to read this series, I may one day.

Not only do I collect bookmarks but I also collect magnets, and this one by Little Inklings Design inspired by another book series that I have yet to read, An Ember in the Ashes, is a perfect addition to my collection.

This Bathbomb by Fizzy Fairy Apothecary is so great. It is a Owlcrate exclusive, based off of divergent series. Once the bathbomb has fizzled out you find out what faction your apart of. Once again another book series that I have not read (and most likely will never read) but I am excited to use it.

I have trouble sleeping so I use sleep masks and I'll definitely be using this by Archie McPhee. 

This patch based off the book The Giver (I book I actually have read) by Laserbrain Patch Co is amazing even though I don't use patches. This is another Owlcrate Exclusive. There seems to be a lot of those in this box.

This is one of two books that I received from this months box. New World Rising by Jennifer Wilson is a book I've heard of but that I did not know if I wanted to read, but I guess this answered my doubt. I will be reading this as soon as I get time. I have so many books on my TBR List but June has suddenly become such a busy month that I just had zero time to devote to reading.

Another  Exclusive this time it's a cover which greatly excites me. I love getting limited edition bookstuffs. The Sandcastle Empire by Kayla Olson sounds great and I can't wait to read it. with a signed bookplate and letter from Olson herself, this is one of the reasons I love Owlcrate.

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