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Wonder Crate unboxing: Wild & Free

I’ve seen the Wonder Crate by Ink & Wonder travelling about Bookstagram accounts for a while and never ordered myself one before. I noticed recently that Ink & Wonder had uploaded a new box to the website, I knew I had to grab one for myself.

The theme for this box was Wild & Free, featuring artworks inspired by characters and quotes celebrating freedom. Making you crave a little wildness.

After getting my first Woodmark in January’s Fairyloot box, I knew I had to get more. The designs are beautiful and bold and the colours vibrant.

Everything in the Wonder Crate’s is designed by Ink & Wonder creating a consistent design throughout the box. From what I gather from previous boxes, Wonder Crates contain 4 X Woodmarks, an Art print, a Pin & Patch and a large feature item – ranging from filofaxs to tote bags.

Ink & Wonder Crate contents:

  • Ink & Wonder being the home of the Woodmark, this box wouldn’t be right without one. But this box doesn’t just have one but four!
    • A tropical Narwhal design with a Henry David Thoreau quote.
    • Double sided Woodmark with Rainbow lorikeets with a Stephen King quote.
    • Tolstoy quote featuring a barn owl.
    • An Arctic fox with a Shakespeare quote from A Winter’s Tale.
  • Iron on Patch – inspired by Sarah J Maas’ Queen of Shadows.
  • Enamel Pin inspried by the legendary creature Zouyu
  • Sticker sheet featuring a number of different quotes.
  • Magnet with a quote from Charlotte Bronte.
  • Lolita Art print with the quote: ‘Running in the wind, the pollen and dust, a flower in flight.’
  • And my favourite item in this Wonder Crate. A beautiful Vegan Leather Purse with Nagami illustration based on the Fantastic Beasts films.

Everything in this box is fantastic! Because the Wonder crate is created by one artist, the box has a coherent design that flows through every item. Ink and Wonder’s illustrations are always beautiful, having a whole box filled with their designs is amazing. Especially because each item has been created to a high standard.

I can only see one down side to the Ink and Wonder Crate- I had to pay Customs charge. Ink and Wonder is based in Australia, and being in the UK I had the delightful task of paying customs fees. Even with the charge, that I still think this box is fantastic quality and worth the money.

I definitely look forward to purchasing more in the future.

Thanks for reading! x

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