*OTHER ITEMS MAY BE ORDERED WITH YOUR MAIL PARCEL TO SAVE ON POSTAGE, HOWEVER, ALL ITEMS ORDERED WITH THE MAIL PARCELS WILL BE SENT TOGETHER AT THE END OF THE MONTH *
BOOKBOOK OWL MAIL parcels are a monthly pack containing 6 exclusive bookmarks and 1 exclusive 5x7 inch print (fandoms/books listed below). The designs you'll receive in this pack are exclusive to the Bookbookowl Mail parcel and will not appear separately in my store.
All of my bookmarks are printed on 300gsm professional photo paper and matte laminated for protection. Matte laminating gives a shine free, silky feel that protects your bookmarks from frayed edges, minor water spills and fading. The prints will be printed on the same paper and also matte laminated, so they will be the exact same quality as the bookmarks! This will ensure your prints maintain their beauty, even if they’re displayed unframed on your wall.
This month, the theme is SPICY VS SWEET and will include:
- An exclusive 5x7in print inspired by ‘House of Sky and Breath' by Sarah J Maas
- Exclusive bookmarks inspired by:
- ‘This Woven Kingdom' by Tahereh Mafi
- 'Anything but Fine' by Tobias Madden
- ‘The Love Hypothesis' by Ali Hazelwood
- ‘King of Battle and Blood' by Scarlett St Clair
- ‘Electric Idol' by Katee Robert
- ‘A Court of Silver Flames' by Sarah J Maas
Sales will remain open until 27 February, unless sold out prior, and all Bookbookowl Mail parcels will be sent on the last business day of each month.
By purchasing this parcel, you will be automatically sent an early access email invitation to purchase next month’s parcel, once the theme has been released. Next month’s parcel will be offered to customer’s who bought last month’s Bookbookowl Mail parcels on the 13th of the next month. Sales to the Public will open on the 15th.
Please note, due to various Covid19 related mail delays around the world, postage can take some time from Australia. Current delivery times seem to be as follows:
Australia/NZ: anywhere from 2 days to 3 weeks
US: often 4-5 weeks but sometimes up to 8-10 weeks
UK: often 2-3 weeks but sometimes up to 4-6 weeks
Europe: usually around 4 weeks
Rest of the world: anywhere from 2 weeks to 12 weeks, depending on the mail delays in your country