The theme for June's box was "All The World's a Stage" and let's get right to it.
The first item was this coin bank inspired by The Night Circus designed by Forensics and Flowers. I really love how OwlCrate designs the packaging to match whatever the theme is, it's so cute.
Then we had these pencils that each have a Shakespeare quote created by the OwlCrate team. These are actually already sharpened which I thought was a nice touch.
We got another bag of coffee this month from Bones Coffee Company. I really wish I liked coffee because the mini donut flavor sounds like it'd be up my alley, so like every time we get coffee, I'll be passing this along to a friend.
When I first opened the box, something with a super strong scent hit me in the face, and turns out it was this little guy. This shower steamer by Whipped Up Wonderful is coffee and orange scented, and as stated above, I really don't like anything to do with coffee, so this wasn't my favorite thing to receive. I like the idea of a shower steamer, but I just can't get over the overbearing coffee aspect.
I love a To-Do list and this one is so cute! Inspired by The Greatest Showman (which I've still never seen), it was designed by @paperbackbones, and it seems like it'll be really convenient to jot down whatever I need to do during the week. I also like how there's a little spot to note what you're reading at the time.
The book for this month was Where Dreams Descend by Janella Angeles. First off, this edition is gorgeous. It's a naked hardback, which I absolutely love, and I really think this is the prettiest edition of a book that OwlCrate has sent out.
This story follows a group of magicians who face off in a dangerous game of magical feats to prove who can be the best headliner of the Conquering Circus. Kallia is a powerful showgirl who will do whatever she must to prove she's the best; Jack is the enigmatic leader of the club and not above a lie or two; and Demarco is the brooding judge who's past is murkier than he lets on. As the competition heats up, the three notice that more and more accidents start piling up and with the risks higher than ever, they all must come to terms with their own secrets before the darkness comes for them next.
I've only vaguely heard of this book, but the most I know is that it was hyped as being a mix between The Phantom of the Opera and Moulin Rouge, which piques my interest. Lemme know what you thought of this box!