Beverage: Diet Coke Plus [I’ve had my dose of Java earlier in the day.]
A few months back, I received a contact from Courtney Hutton, the creator behind the genius “Little Pink Card.” The email contained the usual introductory description of someone trying to market a new product. She added that it may be great content for my blog. As someone that still finds blogging on a regular basis a challenge (as if you couldn’t tell), I decided to take a deeper look at the product.
Courtney offered a sample product for my review. She sent over a simple email requesting answers to simple questions about myself. The idea is that all your favorites will be printed on a neat little card and housed in the wallet of your mate for future reference. The hardest part was trying to figure out my favorites. I’m sure that’s because of my willing to admit easy to please, hard to satisfy attitude. I found myself really thinking hard about the items I’d like to include on my very own Little Pink Card. Got a little frazzled, realizing that my husband probably knows me better than I know myself. At any rate, I managed to fill the request and kindly hit submit.
To my surprise, this Little Pink Card is quite a sweet idea for my guy. I’m a lover of the color pink. Some days I love the color more than others, but I remain a girlie girl at heart. [Back on track :)] The card arrived in iridescent pink envelope. Filling somewhat excited to see it’s contents, I was really suprised with the construction durability. From first guess, I expected a heavy card stock version. Proven wrong, this sweet little gem is made up of hotel key plastic quality and came ready for delivery in its matching wallet sleeve.
It’s time to deliver… yes… a couple of months later. I’ll be back to tell you his response!
[Jeopardy music plays in the background]
Through the magic of the world wide web: he thinks it’s a neat idea. We’re talking about a business centered thinker of a man. Always wondering what he could be doing next, and always thinking production by all means necessary. I can imagine this little pink card will come in handy for a few last minute shopping excursions.
Thank you Courtney! Your Little Pink Card is a winner with Mr. Precious Nuptial.
If you’re interested in ordering your very own Little Pink Card, visit the website at www.thelittlepinkcard.com. Tell Courtney Precious Nuptials sent you. I’m sure she’ll be please to fill your order. I’m equally sure you’ll like to taking the guessing game out of gifts you receive in the future.
Here’s a few non-high resolution shots from my HTC Pro: