Friday, May 22, 2009

Kids Cards Review & giveaway!

I love helping promote Mom invented products/websites! One product that I have just been introduced to is KidCards, created by an Ohio mom: Melissa Marra.
KidCards are books of pre-assembled cards that kids can tear out, color, fold, and give away. Each card has an unique design for different occasions: birthdays, get well, thank you and more. There is 20 cards and 20 envelopes in each packet of KidCards.
My kids loved picking out their own card to color. They had a lot of fun looking at all the different designs on the cards. The quality of the paper is great! The paper is thicker. All the paper is white, so kids can use any color to brighten it up for that special someone. KidCards also has a special Christmas edition booklet that comes with 15 pre-designed cards. I think that KidCards is a great product and fun activity to engage your child in. You kids will be encouraged to send cards to people for special occasions, and "just because" occasions. KidCards just won a 2009 iParenting Media Excellent Products Award in the Books Category, and I think that award is well deserved!
Here's what the iParenting reviewers had to say about KidCards:
What are the most positive characteristics of this book?
-The best characteristic of this product is that it promotes creativity and imagination. It gives the child the chance to create something for someone else with a personal touch. It gives a guide to work with, but allows the child to be as creative as they choose to be.
-There were many choices of cards and envelopes to use with the cards. The choices were plentiful and worked well for many occasions. The spiral binding was great for flipping through the pages.
-What a great way to teach children good social etiquette. With this product children learn the importance of empathy and helps them think of others on special occasions. These cards can really make a difference in someones life, especially knowing that it came from a young person.


KidCards would make a great gift to give a child, and it is the gift that keeps giving.
CONTEST!
Would you like to win a packet of KidCards? You can pick out which volume you would like to win (volume 1, volume 2 or the Christmas edition). This contest is open to those in the United States and will end on June 1, 2009. To enter, go to KidCards and learn more about the mom inventor, Melissa Marra. Come back here and comment about something you learned about her. You can have extra entries for doing any of the following: blogging this contest, adding my button to your site, subscribing to my feed, commenting on other posts, visiting daily with a comment, tweeting, etc. Just be sure to leave comments for the extras you do to get the credit you deserve! :)
Do you want to purchase some KidCards? I was given a code to give you to give you a bonus with your purchase! When you go to KidCards, click on Buy Online, then enter the Penny Promotion Code "Blogger Bonus" in the box. When you purchase 2 or more books, you will get the crayon set AND watercolor paint set for 1 Penny! What a great bonus!
Thanks KidCards, Melissa Marra, for the review of your great products! My kids love the pre-designed cards and have fun making the cards their own.

24 comments:

Ailurophile said...

Indeed looks like an interesting product. I agree that it will inspire creativity in kids. Thanks for introducing it, and the other cool stuff on your blog! Keep it up :)

mverno said...

the christmas edition is nice mverno@roadrunner.com

Shannon said...

she has 2 daughters.

jennem said...

At KidCards, I'd choose Volume Two. The frames are great! The inventor, Melissa, came up with that volume as her daughter grew and wanted more room for creativity.
Jennifer, jennem22 at yahoo dot com

Jeff and Mandee said...

What a great idea! It still makes a card personal but enables the child to do it all by themselves...a definite plus for my daughter! Melissa came up with the idea for these cards when making a card with her daughter for her cousin.

mandee220(at)aol(dot)com

Jeff and Mandee said...

I am a subscriber :)

mandee220(at)aol(dot)com

AmishDancer said...

Melissa seems like a really cool person. I like that she used her experiences to guide her to develop the cards. Just goes to show, mothering, not necessity, is the mother of invention. Thanks for the giveaway!

Marianna said...

I learned that Melissa came up with the idea for KidCards while making a card with her oldest daughter for her cousin's birthday.

erma said...

I like the christmas edition.
erma.hurtt@sbcglobal.net

justicecw said...

I learned that the creator came up with the idea for the company while making a card with her daughter. I like Vol #1 thanks, justicecw@hotmail.com

justicecw said...

I am a subscriber. thanks, justicecw@hotmail.com

justicecw said...

I tweeted: http://twitter.com/justicecw/status/1984416897
thanks, justicecw@hotmail.com

lezanac said...

She is a mother of two lezanac@yahoo.com

lezanac said...

follower lezanac@yahoo.com

purango said...

She came up with the idea for the cards when she was making a card with her daughter for her cousin. garrettsambo@aol.com

purplepassion126 said...

Melissa Marra is a mom of 2 daughters who are always making cards

purplepassion126 said...

I am subscribed via google reader

kathy pease said...

she is a mom of two :)

NesieBird said...

I learned that she has two little girls (and that she is very talented!).

kneecree at gmail dot com

Tylerpants said...

What a great way to encourage kids to send cards more often! Melissa created Volume 2 which are blank cards with themed frames so kids can be creative in drawing.

Tylerpants said...

I'm a subscriber

trixpixel said...

These are such a great product! Melissa came up with the idea of KidCards while making a card with her oldest daughter for her cousin's birthday.

trixpixel said...

I'm a subscriber

Brit said...

Melissa came up with the idea while making a card with her daughter. I really like volume 2. This would be so fun to do with my daughter Emma!

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