Owl Crate Subscription Box: October

Hello bookworm friends! I received my October Owl Crate a couple of weeks ago, and I have been waiting for the motivation to write about it to come, but it’s taking awhile. While this month’s box contained a lot of cool pieces, it wasn’t as appealing to me personally as some of the other recent boxes so it was kind of an eh month for me. But I do love Owl Crate and I want to continue to share these boxes with you so you are hopefully inspired to check it out for yourself! Here’s what was in this month’s box:

This polka dot paper clip from My Heart My Tribe is perfect for my planner because it is so big. I love the pattern and it’s a really useful piece, so this is one that I was excited for.

This Sleeping Beauty inspired bracelet by The Geeky Cauldron was my favorite item from the October box, and one of my favorites from any of my Owl Crates. I love Sleeping Beauty so I was super excited for this piece and I will definitely wear it all the time, especially at Disneyland.

I also really loved this Wizard of Oz passport notebook from The Unemployed Philosopher’s Guild, partially because I am a notebook hoarder. I can never seem to get enough little notebooks!

The other main item in this month’s box was a Peter Pan inspired beanie from Whosits and Whatsits. It seems to be a popular item with other Owl Crate subscribers, but I am not a beanie person so this is one that doesn’t do much for me. This month’s book is Vassa in the Night by Sarah Porter, which is a retelling of a classic Russian folktale. I don’t know anything about the story itself, but it looks like a really interesting (and kind of dark and creepy) read. I am really behind on my Owl Crate reading, so I gotta find some time to get to my TBR list! The theme for the November box is Wonderland, and I am really excited to see what Owl Crate has in store for next month. If you are interested in checking out Owl Crate for yourself, please use my referral link!

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