Owlcrate Unboxing – Fear the Night (September 2019)

Fear the Night? Nah. But thematically, give me all of the spooky and creepy items for my little black, Halloween heart. Thank you.

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Fear the Night

Fingerless Gloves by Owlcrate
(Owlcrate Exclusive)

Why yes, I will use these the first time possible and probably get major eyerolls from either Alex or my mom.

Scare-amel Corn Coffee by Bones Coffee Co.
(Owlcrate Exclusive)

Still don’t drink coffee, so I guess Alex gets another present. Haha.

Fear the Night/Frankenstein Trinket Dish

Not that I need a trinket dish, but if I was going to use one I wouldn’t definitely use this slightly marbly, black and gold one. Perhaps I will find a place by my bedside for it.

Fear the Night Skull Pin

I am totally on board with this creepy little skull pin.

Ray Bradbury Art Print

I don’t know what the quote is from, but it’s a pretty cool and spooky print that I’ll put up for Halloween.

The Bone Houses by Emily Lloyd-Jones
(Owlcrate Exclusive)

I definitely like the original colour better than the Owlcrate exclusive version, but they’re still pretty cool and spooky.

Bonus book included!

Maybe it’s just me, but this box felt a little less full than they usually do… Do you have a favourite item from this theme? I love Halloween, so I was excited to see what spooky items they would include. The book is pretty cool, but I think my favourites are the trinket dish (black and gold, so pretty!) and the pin! Have you ever subscribed to Owlcrate before? Let me know in the comments below!


4 responses to “Owlcrate Unboxing – Fear the Night (September 2019)”

  1. celinelingg Avatar

    The coffee packaging is shoo cute!!


  2. confessionsofayareader Avatar

    I like the original cover more, but this still looks like a good box.


  3. CJR The Brit Avatar

    The gloves, the trinket pot, the pin, the book! Omg I love this! Enjoy!


  4. SHA @ Book Princess Reviews Avatar

    I had to think for a solid minute to figure out why the name Ray Bradbury was so familiar. Modern fiction has eroded my knowledge of the classics.


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