OwlCrate April Review

Hello, all!

Due to the current climate, the April OwlCrate box was a bit late, but it was definitely worth the wait! The theme was "Full Moon Magic" and it was one of my favorites they've sent.

I was just saying I wish I had a puzzle to do to keep busy, and now I have one! This is a gorgeous Professor Lupin puzzle designed by @atalienart and I can't wait to start it.

Next, we had a bamboo moon phase banner in this super pretty pouch designed by @paperbackbones. I've seen a bunch of banners like this and I've always been a bit interested by them cause I think they'd make fun photo props.

How pretty is this moon bracelet? This was an OwlCrate exclusive and I love it so much. I'm a big fan of rose gold jewelry and it also actually fits me which is always great since I have very small wrists, so sometimes I have trouble wearing bracelets.

You know I can never have enough notebooks and now I have another pretty one to add to my collection! This was designed by Kim Becker Designs and features an iconic Oscar Wilde quote, and I really like the black and white minimalistic design.

The last item we received was this Shatter Me inspired tote bag by Unlucky Design. I've never read this series, but I really like how it's subtly bookish. Again, the design is pretty minimal, but I tend to like things like that.

The book this month was Bone Crier's Moon by Kathryn Purdie. Ailesse is a Bone Crier, a group of women who use the strength of animal bones to ferry dead souls into the afterlife. She's been preparing her whole life to take over as matriarch, but first she must complete her rite of passage by killing the boy she's destined to love. Bastien's father was slain by a Bone Crier and he's spent his life seeking vengeance, yet when he captures one and discovers their fates are intertwined, he must set aside his plan for revenge. After Ailesse's capture, her best friend Sabine takes it upon herself to do whatever it takes to free her and break the bond between Ailesse and Bastien before it's too late.

I've actually not heard much about this book, so I'm a bit intrigued. Lemme know what you all thought of this months box!


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