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What’s your take on stormy weather? Major bummer, or delicious excuse to stay indoors? When we posed this question to Birchbox staffers, the response was unanimous: rainy days are simply the best. After a group huddle, we came up with no fewer than 52 ideas for rainy-day fun. The results of our brainstorming session turned into this deck of 52 cards, complete with original illustrations from our design team. We loved how they turned out—and we think you will too.
It would take a serious lack of imagination to not be able to come up with these ideas on one's own. However, it was definitely a cute extra in April's box. :)3
It told me to read a magazine, not worth purchasing. You could find these on pinterest or somewhere on the internet2
I thought this was a cute addition to the April Birchbox, but I would not pay to get them. My card suggested visiting the local salon for manicures and pedicures.3
This is a cute idea, but frankly it's not worth the cardboard used to print them. Although there are 52 cards, why not make them a stack of playing cards! That would be resourceful.1
Cute idea, cute execution, but I wouldn't spend money on them. It'd be more fun to make your own set to give as a gift.2
This was included in my April Box and I thought it was kind of silly, but gave a good suggestion that I can use with my toddler :)4
This is incredibly cute and nifty. I love it. Great for adding a bit of life to a boring space.4
I kept the little tip and put it on my bulletin board. It added some fun to the box and was well thought out. Super cute birchbox!5
I got my first Birchbox this month and this card added a little extra to the wonderful samples in my box. I really enjoyed the tip on the card and it definitely put a smile on my face. I already can't wait for my next Birchbox!5
These things are a bit ridiculous. Not sure why anyone would actually buy them. It's like a blog post on paper squares.1