Music of the Night
This month’s OwlCrate Theme is Music of the Night.
A quick breakdown of the box:
- a poster print of The Phantom of the Opera illustrated by Anne Lambelet;
- an OwlCrate wireless speaker that looks like an owl with headphones;
- a wooden art print inspired by Victoria Schwab’s Monsters of Verity duology created by Emilee Rudd;
- a set of Ex Libris bookplates designed by @veresknatasia_art;
- Flick the Wick‘s Goblin Grove candle (winter berries, peach, yuzu, pear, & fresh air);
- Bella’s Lullaby LipScrub by Fairytale Bath Company;
- a signed, exclusive edition of The Kingdom of Back by Marie Lu; and
- the monthly enamel pin inspired by The Kingdom of Back book cover, designed by Fable and Black.
OwlCrate is celebrating its 5 year anniversary. So the box also included a celebratory pair of OwlCrate socks.
When I said it was an awesome box, I wasn’t exaggerating. And I signed-up not even knowing about their monthly enamel pin! I have a huge bookish pin collection. So this one is a great addition.
Books. Pins. Owls. Music.
What more do you need?
I admit, I probably won’t hang up the poster. But the pin, wireless speaker, and bookplates I will definitely use/display. Plus, did I mention the wireless speaker looks like an owl? With headphones?
If that’s not enough to get you interested, how about this. The books are exclusive editions designed for OwlCrate. That alone is worth it.
My overall opinion
I highly recommend OwlCrate.
I had so much fun opening the box and seeing what was inside. I got a lot in one box and more importantly, a lot that I like and will use.
And one more tidbit.
The box also includes a sneak peak at the following month’s box. And the theme of April’s box is . . .
. . . drum roll please . . .
Full Moon Magic
Did I mention I signed-up at the right time? Because the April boxes will include an EXCLUSIVE JIGSAW PUZZLE!!!
The Subscription Details
A one-month subscription costs $29.99. One hardback book (purchased through your local indie bookstore) can cost about that much. So this is definitely a deal. You get a slight price break if you do a 3-month or 6-month prepay subscription. Since I’ll be moving overseas at sometime in the future, I opted for month-to-month.
Plus, there’s an OwlCrate Jr. version that’s curated just for kiddos. This month’s Jr. box theme is Code Breakers.
If you like what you saw and want to try out OwlCrate or OwlCrate Jr., please use my referral link. I earn a free box for every 3 people who sign-up using my referral link.
What subscription boxes to you like? Tell me your faves in the comments below.