Tag: Dreamy and Co

Journey to Middle Earth: An August 2019 Flick the Wick Unboxing!

Journey to Middle Earth: An August 2019 Flick the Wick Unboxing!

Good morning everyone and welcome to my second Flick the Wick unboxing!  As you may remember, I purchased their June box and was completely overwhelmed by how much I loved it.  Smaller boxes can be pretty hit-or-miss, so I never know what I’m getting into… but I feel safe saying that if you like candles, Flick the Wick is a great bet! So, the monthly box itself is not a subscription box.  These are one-off boxes without auto-renewing that you can go into monthly and say, “hey, I like that theme!” and buy it.  Prices range between $35 and $45 for the monthly […]

Posted September 24, 2019 in Unboxings // 2 Comments //
Sorcerer’s Spells:  A Flick the Wick Unboxing (SPOILERS!)

Sorcerer’s Spells: A Flick the Wick Unboxing (SPOILERS!)

Good morning my beautiful monsters! I have another new-to-me crate you’ve never seen on this blog before! *gasp*  This isn’t a new box, Flick the Wick has been doing a monthly box for a little while now, but this is the first time I’ve tried it.  They’re a candle company first, and their candles are often included in the big book boxes.  For example, the Lunar Queen candle in December 2018’s OwlCrate was awesome – I’ve been following them ever since. Their June box hooked me with a promise of Harry Potter, so I decided to climb aboard.  I’ve generally had […]

Posted August 19, 2019 in Unboxings // 2 Comments //
Bookish Things That Aren’t Books – Some Fab Swag I Love

Bookish Things That Aren’t Books – Some Fab Swag I Love

There are two reasons why I keep subscribing to book boxes. The first is that OwlCrate has forced me to step out of my comfort zone and try new things.  For example, The Hearts We Sold and Foolish Hearts are books I wouldn’t have picked up on my own, and I loved them both.  Also the exclusive covers are a huge perk for me. The second reason is the swag! Frankly speaking, if you don’t enjoy the swag in a book box, there’s really no point in subscribing.  The books themselves, even in hard copy at full price, still come to about […]

Posted February 22, 2019 in Memes // 6 Comments //