Ink & Wonder Crate | Miles to Go

This is the second Wonder Crate that Ink & Wonder has offered, and I was lucky enough to snag one! It sold out within a day or two, so it was a hot commodity.

Unboxing the Wonder Crate
Theme: “Miles to Go”



Ink & Wonder is home of the woodmark, and this crate included four of them! While I love them all, I think the first one is my favorite.

  1. Strays and Wanderers – Aspen woodmark with a quote from Rick Riordan
  2. Have Your Tea First – Aspen woodmark with a quote from J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan
  3. Share in an Adventure – Eastern Red Cedar woodmark with a quote from J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit
  4. Never Decline an Adventure – Maple woodmark with a quote from Cassandra Clare’s The Bane Chronicles


Sew-On Patch 

I haven’t used a sew-on patch since I was a Girl Scout, but this patch is so cute! It’s inspired by Disney’s Up animated movie.


Enamel Pin

I’m a sucker for enamel pins, and this one is gorgeous! Inspired by Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne.



These stickers are too cute to give to my daughter, but I’m not sure what I’ll use them for. Either way, I love them!


A4 Print

This glossy print features a quote from Hans Christian Anderson. I plan on framing it and putting it in the kid’s playroom.


Wallet and Luggage Tag

I love this vegan leather travel pack! This passport wallet and luggage tag will definitely  be put to good use!


Clear Pouch

The travel kit came in a clear plastic pouch. I plan on using it to hold all of my stickers and bookish pins.



This unicorn magnet has a quote from Sarah J. Maas’ A Court of Wings and Ruin. Since ACOTAR is one of my favorite series ever, this magnet now has a home on my fridge.


Info Postcard

Even the info postcard is beautiful! Featuring lyrics from the song “Home is Wherever I’m With You” by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, this postcard is a stunner all by itself.



I wish Ink & Wonder offered a subscription! I’m absolutely in love with this box, and I’ll be watching the website like a hawk to catch future crates.

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Do you own any items from Ink & Wonder? What do you think of their woodmarks?

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