[Unboxing] November Owlcrate

Now presenting: The November Owlcrate box! 
Theme
: Rise from the Ashes
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Overall, you will always get your money’s worth with Owlcrate but sometimes the themes just don’t seem to be very on point.

First the Oh No’s of this box.

A cute planter FOR HALLOWEEN in the NOVEMBER box. I feel it’s going with the “rise from the soil of the skull” sort of vibe but nope. I threw this in with my Halloween decorations and I am going to store them for next year.

The next was a bracelet thing that’s a cute idea but not my style. Just totally out of character for Owlcrate in my opinion. And the last was a postcard… THAT I COLLECT! So yay but I’m sure people will not be happy with it so it will go here.

A wax seal with a book on the seal and a gorgeous Dumbledore with Fawkes sticker. Great artwork and great wax seal idea. I love it. In the background is the awesome pillowcase from An Ember in the Ashes.

Time for the amazing hardcover book. I saw this in another unboxing for a different book box and I was like I want this book AND NOW I HAVE ITThis box came with a signed hardcover of Girls of Paper and Fire by Natasha Ngan. This book is presented by James Patterson, whom I absolutely love and I know he endorses some amazing books (Zoo and Maximum Ride). This novel also came with the usual note from the author and a super cute sticker with the book’s title!

Welp, there you have it. All of these amazing items found in one book box. You can click the link below for easy access and to see what Black Friday deals they got going on as well!

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