Nerdy Post – February 2017

The February Nerdy Post box featured a range of beautiful pieces inspired by our favorite detective, Sherlock Holmes!

The pieces from this month’s Nerdy Post featured quotes and moments from the TV series on BBC, titled Sherlock, which was inspired by the original series by Arthur Conan Doyle.

The first piece was the coloring post card of course, which was quite complex!  It’ll definitely need to be colored for me to really figure out what’s going on, but I’m excited for a busy design!

A really unique part of this month’s box was the washi tape.  This is the first time that they’ve included this kind of item but it’s really cute!  It says Crime Scene all over it and is just adorable.

The lapel pin design which says “BORED” with the wallpaper design and paint dripping….yea, this is perfect.

SO MANY MINI PRINTS!  I was so excited to have quite an array of art prints in this month’s box which gives me plenty of options when framing!

The first print is a profile silhouette of Sherlock, with the quote:
“I may be on the side of angels, but don’t think for one second that I am one of them.”
This quote gives me chills and I remember hearing Sherlock say it in the show.  I absolutely adore this print, which was designed by @Alissecourter on Instagram!  So exciting to have another designer in the box!

The second print is more along the lines of just a quote print, which reads:
“In a world full of locked rooms the man with the key is king and honey you should see me in a crown.”
This quote from Moriarty is absolutely fabulous and is so simply done.  The only drawings have a crown on the word crown, a key next to the word key and the binary code scrolling across the bottom!  LOVE!

Print number three features one of the most heartwrenching quotes from the whole series which reads:
“I was so alone, and I owe you so much.”
This quote, spoken by John Watson, was his expression of gratitude to Sherlock.  AHHH.  Feels.

The sticker this month was an adorable magnifying glass which has the words:
“He’s clueing for looks.”
Woven in to create the shape.  It’s so silly and just perfectly highlights the humor that is apart of the show as well.

I thought another really cool aspect of the box was the sticky notes!  There was a really cool notepad included which reads:
“Baker Street.  Come if convenient.  If inconvenient, come anyway.”
This string of texts from Sherlock to Watson is really whimsical and just add a little bit to this already lovely pad.

The fat bookmark this month is really awesome, with each side representing a different kind of humor.
“Don’t talk out loud, you lower the IQ of the whole street.”
Perfectly embodies Sherlock’s sass!
“A nice murder.  That’ll cheer you up!”
So thrilled that Mrs. Hudson was able to be incorporated into the box, even with this little side!  It’s so lovely!

The regular bookmark this month has two wonderful quotes as well:
“Every fairytale needs a good old fashioned villain.”
A perfect Moriarty quote to be included!
“Brainy is the new sexy.”
As Alexis says on the info card, this was begging to be a bookmark and I absolutely LOVE how this one turned out!

Finally, the big kahuna – the poster!  The beautiful, old-timey looking font reads:
“Once you’ve ruled out the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be true.”
This classic and unforgettable Sherlock quote was perfect to be included and I’m really really pleased with how it turned out.

This whole box was a winner and I was beyond thrilled with everything that was included.  There was so much, and I love when I keep finding things in the wrapping!  Definitely an exciting and lovely box.

If you’d like to grab your own Nerdy Post box, be sure to head to their website!

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