First of all, I want to thank you for subscribing to this month’s box.
I hope you enjoyed the items you received and put them to good use.
The theme of this month’s box is about the possibility of every day in your life. I chose three different decks that explain what is possible on a day-to-day basis.
The first deck you received is Hinode Playing Cards. These cards are meticulously designed to represent a Japanese good luck symbol. The red disc simulates the rising of the sun; it’s as if every day is a fresh start to try something new. To enhance the effect, the artist used red lines to show the rays that the sun emits. The cards were printed by the United States Playing Card Company with their superb air-cushion finish. Not to mention the tuck box includes an awesome reveal if you’re a magician. Just a great deck!
Secondly, you received an outstanding deck highlighting the infinite possibilities of the world we live in. Infinitas Playing Cards by Rian Lehman carries an infinity theme throughout the deck and is embedded with tons of artistic nuance. The deck features an incredible all-custom design and is printed by USPCC with an air-cushion finish. This deck was built to let creativity flow and to break the bonds of convention. Placed in the right hand, this deck is unstoppable.
The last deck is a remarkable deck made to bring possibility to new levels. Ascension (Summit) Playing Cards are, in essence, a deck created for the art of cardistry that demonstrates rising to do your best. The deck defines ascension as the following; “A movement upward, The act of changing location in an upward direction, The rising of a star above the horizon.” Like the others, it was printed by USPCC, but this time with a premium crushed stock. This deck embraces the challenges that lie ahead and asks you to rise to the possibility.
Finally, I want to thank you one last time for your purchase; I hope you continue to enjoy your monthly subscription box. Below is a form where you can put your comments on this month’s box. I will be sure to read all of them and consider them. You can let me know what you liked about the box, give ideas for future decks you’d like to receive, theme ideas, or anything else you’d like to say.