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A Little Touch of Magick Subscription Box Review + Unboxing | November 2018

little touch of magick review

A Little Touch of Magick is a monthly short story / jewelry subscription box. Each box is curated around a monthly short story and contains 5 items that are essential to that month’s tale. Subscriptions are $45.99 and boxes contain over $100 in value. You’ll receive items like jewelry, handmade soaps, candles, fashion items and wearables and more. Not a Tree Reviews received this package at no cost for review purposes.

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Here’s the Box Breakdown

Our first glimpse inside the November A Little Touch of Magick Box.

what's in the little touch of magick box

Everything that we received in our “Little Red Riding Hood” themed box. This assortment is amazing!


So what is all this stuff?

Our box insert. This lists each of the items that we received along with their retail values.

Our December Box Spoiler card. This month is going to have a Himalayan Holiday theme!


This month’s short story is called, “She is fierce” and is a twist on Little Red Riding with a fun turn of events where the wolves weren’t the bad guys after all!


Red Hooded Poncho


The first item and our absolute favorite in this box is this red hooded poncho. We are loving capes right now and think this one is a beautiful addition to our collection.

We think this is both pretty and functional! It’s super soft and warm and will look great under a larger coat!


Gift Boxed Wolf Mug


To really tie in the wolf theme we received this bone china mug with this pretty winter wolf scene. We’re going to give this our Mom for Christmas, she loves wolves!

This mug has lots of pretty details and bright colors to boot.


Autumn Leaf Statement Necklace with Matching Earrings


Next up is one of our pieces of jewelry for the month. This beautiful necklace is a great addition to a simple outfit and will work with tons of different colors. We love that they included a set of earrings to match it as well.

The leaf detail is excellent and the golden yellow stones are pretty and make this piece pop!


She is Fierce Delicate Band Bracelet


This pretty brass bracelet is inscribed with “She is Fierce” and we are really loving this unique clasp. We like how delicate and feminine this band is, perfect for everyday wear!


Cranberry Chutney Soap


This beautiful soap bar is not the kind that we’ll be using – it’s just too darn pretty! Everything from the design to the metallic finish is just gorge!


The back has the full ingredients list – this bar is made with goats milk and cranberry chutney.


Thanksgiving Card Set


Next up is this Thanksgiving card set. There are 4 cards in total, each of them is left blank inside so you can add your own unique message. We’ll be keeping these for next year!


Pumpkin Votive Fall Decor


The final item in this box is this fall decor assortment. This would be great for decorating or as a hostess gift!

There are small pumpkins as well as a votive candle inside.


So in summary

Presentation: As with all the boxes from a Little Touch of Magick everything arrived to us perfectly.

Quality: We are really loving the necklace as well as the chutney soap but are loving each of the items that came in this box.

Curation: This “Red Riding Hood” themed box is great – we love the originality and the items like the poncho and the mug are excellent additions!


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Great box filled with items curated around a monthly short story. This Little Red Riding Hood themed box was clever and fun and included so many useful items!

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