April OwlCrate Review

Hello, all!

The theme for this month was "Relics & Ruins."

First up was the latest pin from their Treasured Tomes collection. This one is inspired by Sorcery of Thorns, and we all know how much I love that book.

Next was a hinged wallet inspired by White London from A Darker Shade of Magic. I'm not sure if I'll get any use out of this, but I like the design.

Then we had the first in a new collection featuring doorways from books. This one is obviously inspired by LOTR. I'm excited to see what others they'll be doing.

Next up was this bookmark embroidery kit inspired by The Buried and the Bound. I like the idea of these crafty items, but I never have the patience to actually do them.

Not going to lie, this last item took me forever to figure out what it was. They're goblet stones inspired by Game of Thrones that you chill in the freezer and they keep your drinks cold. Cool idea, but I'm not going to use them.

This months book is Silver in the Bone by Alexandra Bracken. This Arthurian-inspired fantasy follows Tamsin, who is trying to find a way to break the curse that binds her brother and endangers them both. She teams up with a rival and they set out on a quest through magical dangers and deadly secrets to search for a ring that will save them both.

I'm loving the design for this book. It goes so well with the medieval vibe, and I'm excited to hopefully pick this up soon. Let me know what you thought of this months box!


  1. Wow, that book is beautiful! It's so nice to see OwlCrate finally doing sprayed pages and foiling! I love the LOTR door and the Game of Thrones freezer cubes!


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