Unboxing | April Nerdypost

It’s time for another Nerdypost unboxing! This box is starting to become one of my favorites, and this month’s theme was Fantasy! (a.k.a. one of my favorite genres of books/movies/TV)


Up first, we have this adorable wolf enamel pin created by Lapel Yeah. Being a massive Stark family fan, I was super happy the Game of Thrones themed pin was designed with the best Northern family in mind.

Next, the box had this cute Golden Compass inspired magnet created by Nathalia Rivera (@nattibie on Instagram)!

For the bookmarks this month, we got a normal sized one as well as a wider one, both of them double-sided! The works they’re based on, in order, are The Name of the Wind, The Princess Bride (my favorite movie!), Game of Thrones, and Harry Potter. The Danaerys one was designed by Laserbrain Patch Co.!

There was also a sticker with a quote from The Night Angel trilogy by Brent Weeks, as well as a small print with a quote from Siege and Storm by Leigh Bardugo!

The postcard with the designer info was created by Primehunter Designs, and it might be my favorite. I’m a sucker for anything Lord of the Rings.

And lastly, the big print in this month’s box was created by Ink and Wonder Designs (whom I love), and it was inspired by none other than Laini Taylor’s Strange the Dreamer! I found it super fitting because Strange is definitely one of my new favorite books!

And that’s all! The theme for May’s box is Sci-Fi, so I’m as excited for that one as I was for this one! Be sure to get yours soon!


What did you think of this month’s fantasy themed box? Let us know below!

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