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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.
I received day 11 in my box. I think the concept of the cards are so creative and entertaining. While this isn't something that I would personally purchase, the idea behind this is adorable.3
I guess I just don't understand why someone would spend $10 on this. It's a fun little extra in the sample in the box, but to actually buy?
I feel like anyone could just do a quick internet search and find ideas for a rainy day...
Why would anyone pay for this? They are ideas we can look up for free... I didn't even like the idea I got. I pay for beauty products, not words.1
i wouldn't purchase these cards. if you want quotes go to pinterest. there are tons of them and they are free.1
Cute idea...! But...
I got the one that said, put my dusty plants in the tub and shower them. I thought about throwing away the dusty plastic plants i have because of the dust 'cause I was too lazy to wipe them down. BUT... to dry, that's another problem.
Not stoked about this item especially if it took the place of something else. more samples please and less paper thanks1
I got idea #4 in my April box and I didn't feel like it was very relevant to my life. It told me to reorganize my book collection, but I don't really have a book collection because it is electronic.1
This was not really a "product" worth reviewing. It was a one-sentence suggestion on the back of a small flimsy card. Mine recommended organizing my book collection on a rainy day -- not exactly mindblowing stuff here. I think the typical Birchbox consumer is looking to try something more exciting than a slogan. If a slogan is what you're marketing, at least print it in such a way that it could be displayed instead of thrown out. Cute and all, but I can't imagine paying money for something like this.1