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Laserbrain Patch Co “Folklore” Review + Coupon – April 2018

Marne Orenich
ByMarne OrenichApr 22, 2018 | 3 comments

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Laserbrain Patch Co. is a monthly subscription box for fans of patches, buttons, and stickers. Each month, they send you 2-3 exclusive designs, which may include enamel pins, embroidered patches, and other cool collectibles.

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contents of april 2018 Laserbrain Patch Co

About Laserbrain Patch Co Monthly Club

The Subscription Box: Laserbrain Patch Co

The Cost: $12.50 a month + $3.50 US shipping

ACTIVE DEAL: Save $2 off your first box!

The Products: Enamel pins, embroidered patches, and other collectibles

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Laserbrain Patch Co April 2018 Review

chupacabra coloring page

Each month you'll see a small coloring page/postcard in your bubble mailer that fits the theme. This one features a terrifying illustration of Chupacabra.

info sheet

On the reverse side, you'll get to read all about what's included and how it pertains to the theme. This month highlights some of the scariest Folklore tales from around the world.

Baba Yaga Patch back of Baba Yaga Patch close up of Baba Yaga Patch

Baba Yaga's House Patch - Listed Retail Value $9.00

I've heard of Baba Yaga but am not all that familiar with her story. A quick google image search produced some unsettling imagery of the witch-like supernatural woman who dwells deep in the forest and lives in a hut filled with personality that has enormous chicken legs that allow it to move about. The hut is also surrounded by a fence made of bones and topped with skulls to make it even more ominous. I love the olive green, deep orange, and yellow color palette they used in this four-inch high iron-on patch as well.

Bigfoot Enamel Pin back of Bigfoot Enamel Pin Bigfoot Enamel Pin with backings off

Bigfoot Enamel Pin - Listed Retail Value $9.00

Whoa, this is a super cool pin and I'm not even that into Bigfoot. It's 1.25 inches high and has a cool outdoor scene within its silhouette revealing a red sky, a mountain, and green pine trees. One of my best friends is really into Bigfoot (Cryptozoology in general) and loves camping, so this is the perfect gift for me to send her out in Los Angeles.

Bloody Mary Pocket Mirror mirror side of Bloody Mary Pocket Mirror

Bloody Mary Pocket Mirror - Listed Retail Value $2.00

This two-inch pocket mirror can be used to summon Bloody Mary (by repeating her name three times) or to glimpse into your future as you walk up the stairs backward to see who you'll end up marrying (unless it's a skeleton, in which case you'll die before it happens)! I certainly remember trying the former whilst at sleepover parties in elementary school to give myself and friends a good scare.

Mothman "chapstick" Mothman "chapstick" with cap off

Mothman Lip Balm - Listed Retail Value $4.00

Even though I've watched and am completely terrified of the movie The Mothman Prophecies, I completely forgot about the relevance of this "chapstiiick" until I read the info card. If you don't mind a bit of a fright (or potential spoilers), check out the scene from the movie in which this lip balm from Wild Rose got its origin. Handmade in Oregon, this Peppermint & Basil formula moisturizes your lips while giving it a little tingle, not unlike the one I get down my spine when I watch that movie clip.

Verdict: Laserbrain Patch Co. has been killin' it lately! I really liked this month's Folklore theme and thought they chose really interesting and scary characters from some familiar tales. I think the bigfoot pin is the best item, but the patch is also well done and the mirror and lip balm will definitely come in handy. 

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, but order now to receive May (the theme is "Owl Post")!

Billing is on the last day of the month. Shipping is usually 16-20th. If you order on the 16th or before, you'll receive the current month's package and be charged on the last day of the month for your next package.  If you order after that, you will not be charged again at the end of the month, and your package will ship the next month.

Coupon – Use code SUBADDICT to save $2 off your first month!

Value Breakdown: At $16.00 ($12.50 + $3.50 shipping) for this box, you are paying approximately $4.00 per item (not counting the Chupacabra "coloring page" on the back of the info card).

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Marne Orenich
Marne Orenich
Marne is a lipstick connoisseur, record collector, and twice over cat mom. She loves discovering new clean beauty brands and has quite the collection of beautifully packaged serums and moisturizers.

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Even though Russian parents sometimes use Baba Yaga to scare their children a bit (when they misbehave), most of times Baba Yaga is outsmarted by the good guys in fairy tales 🙂 In fact lots of times she’s portrayed in a humorous way.
I recommend a Russian fairy tale movie called “Morozko” (aka “Jack Frost” aka “Father Frost”) , easy to find on YouTube with English subs. That movie is considered a classic in Russian cinematography and kids love it. You can definitely see Baba Yaga there 🙂

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Ooh I’m really digging that Baba Yaga patch! I remember hearing about Baba Yaga as a kid and being very mesmerized with that tale!

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