This months OwlCrate theme was Rise from the Ashes, and honestly, I wasn't super into most of what they sent, but nevertheless, let's get into it.
The first thing I pulled out was this skull planter which was an OwlCrate exclusive. I have a black thumb, I kill any sort of plant that's around me, so I don't know how much use I'll actually get out of this one.
This little wax seal kit was another OwlCrate exclusive item that was designed by Michelle Gray. I think this is pretty adorable, and I really love the little book design in the stamp. I actually got a different wax seal kit in a FairyLoot box, but I like this one much better.
Next up was this little bracelet craft kit by Ann Williams. Apparently, you're supposed to write down your hopes and wishes on the little strips of paper, then make them into the bracelet so you can always keep them close. It's a cute concept, but not something I'm particularly into.
This pillowcase designed by EvieBookish was inspired by the An Ember in the Ashes series, and I really love the colors in this one. I always love anything by EvieBookish, I just think her designs are so fun and unique.
You can't have a "rise from the ashes" box without including a phoenix, and who better than Dumbledore's faithful Fawkes? This sticker, designed by Susanne Draws, was probably the only thing I was really excited about this month.
The book for this month was Girls of Paper and Fire by Natasha Ngan. Every year eight girls throughout the land of Ikhara are chosen as Paper Girls, concubines who serve the Demon King. However, this year the tradition is disrupted when a ninth girl, Lei, is kidnapped from her village and forced to serve the King as well. The story follows these nine girls as they struggle to survive in this cruel place, until Lei does the unthinkable-- she falls in love.
Hope everyone has a lovely weekend!