During the Black Friday Owl Crate sale, I was able to get my hands on this old box from last March for only $19.99. Over the past 2 years of me obsessing over Owl Crate, I have watched them grow and expand as a company, so much that they are currently sold out of subscriptions. But never fret, because my favorite way to get boxes is to buy past boxes on sale. The box is still available on their website, so even though this review might be a little late to the game, it is not to late to purchase your own of any of the items included!
This box was a beautiful combination of products, from jewelry to stationary to kitchen products, all focused around the theme of unknown: the sea. Here is everything that came in the box:
First off is the art card with the description of all the items in the box, as well as the monthly collectors pin. As usual, the art is beautiful, and is something I just want to frame. I love how they made it look like a treasure map leading up to the book.
First off is this beautiful necklace from The Geeky Cauldron, which has a compass and anchor on it. It is super high quality and looks almost antique, which is awesome.
The next item was a collaboration between Owl Crate and Simply Gilded. It is a roll of purple washi tape with golden mermaid scales that glitter in the light. It goes perfect for crafts. stationary, and journaling.
This tea towel from KitchStudios is the perfect size for dishes, it is super soft, and it has this very inspirational quote on it. The simple design and colors would match any kitchen, and the beautiful art is hand printed.
Last, but definitely not least is this notepad from boygirlparty. Out of two possible designs, I got this super cute octopus wearing a sailor hat. It is perfect for writing memos, lists, etc, and it would look great on any desk.
A letter, tattoo, and signed plate from the author came with the novel, and they were some great additions to the book. The letter has cute drawings and summary, along with a reasoning as to why she wrote the book.
Daughter of Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller is about a female pirate captain, who allows herself to be captured by the enemy ship in order to find a treasure map. Her fiery character is what makes the novel a great read. Anything with a strong female protagonist grabs my attention immediately, and I can't wait to read this novel.
That concludes this Owl Crate unboxing, let me know if you enjoy these book related posts, and what else you would like to see. If you liked anything in the box, you can purchase it from here. Make sure to check out all of the local artists that participated in the box! Have a fantastic week!