Danielle’s LitJoy item-only crate for March arrived the other day. The March theme was Ride or Die. We wanted to share pictures of the goodies that she received. There were a few items that she really liked and thought would be useful to her.
If you are interested in starting a subscription with LitJoy Crate, please note that they are currently sold out of May’s theme, Academy for the Bookish and Bewitching. June’s theme is Mythical Gods. The June box is not on sale yet, but you should keep an eye on their social media accounts for updates (Instagram – @litjoycrate and Facebook – LitJoy Crate). LitJoy also has an online shop where you can buy leftover books and/or items from their past boxes. They also have a Magical Collection, in which they sell Harry Potter inspired items. Their Magical Edition 7.2 Crate will be going on sale next week. Click here for more information on their Magical Collection and Magical Edition 7.2 Crate.
Like Fairyloot, LitJoy subscribers usually receive a series of items related to that particular month’s theme and the monthly book pick, which can either be a fantasy, science fiction, or contemporary YA novel. LitJoy, however, also allows their subscribers the option to choose whether they would like just the monthly book pick, the items related to that month’s theme (Danielle’s current subscription), or the full crate, which includes both the book and the items.
In this month’s box, Danielle received:
1. An Abraxos and Manon inspired book sleeve (from the Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas) created by @inestaillustration
2. A Shadowhunter inspired passport cover created by @forensicsandflowers
3. Hunger Games inspired pack of sticky notes created by @maggie.rose.studio
4. A South Side Serpent inspired sticker
5. Lord of the Rings inspired teacup and saucer (this one of their new quarterly items)
6. A Court of Thorns and Roses trading cards (Rhysand, Cassian, and Azriel) with art by @niru.sky
If you got this box, let us know what you thought of it! What was your favorite item? Danielle really liked the book sleeve and the teacup and saucer. If you’d like to check out any of the artists, their Instagrams are linked next to the item that they designed.
(Danielle and Rachael)