The Geeky Decal Review – June 2017

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The Geeky Decal Review - June 2017
The Geeky Decal is a monthly fandom sticker subscription service. Each package contains 6 to 8 unique items, including custom designed and printed vinyl decals, a 5×7 art postcard, and a magnet. A different Fandom-inspired theme every month!

The Geeky Decal
Cost: $8/month
Ships To: United States
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Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own, and no compensation was received.
The Geeky Decal Review - June 2017
Geeky Decal ships via USPS on a monthly basis.
The Geeky Decal Review - June 2017

The Geeky Decal Review - June 2017
All of the stickers/decals arrive enclosed in a sealed plastic pouch to keep them in perfect condition.
The Geeky Decal Review - June 2017
The June 2017 The Geeky Decal was Princess Bride themed and included the following items:

~Decals: June is National Cancer Survivor Month, and I wondered, just like the information card asks, how does this relate to The Princess Bride? In the scene where Inigo Montoya confronts his father’s murder, he was channeling some of his inner anger to having lost his father to cancer years ago.  When he killed the six-fingered man, in his mind, he also killed the cancer that he lost his father too.  Ahhh, that makes sense and getting the back story was pretty incredible.  As are these decals!  They decals are indoor/outdoor vinyl and very high-quality. My favorite this month is the “As You Wish”!
The Geeky Decal Review - June 2017


~Other Items: The box also included a magnet (“Anybody want a peanut”) and a bookmark (“When I was your age, television was called BOOKS”). The bookmark cracked me up!!

The Geeky Decal Review - June 2017
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Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include CAUSEBOX, Boxycharm and Beachly!

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