First of all, I want to thank you for your subscription.

I hope you enjoyed the items you received and are ready to put them to use. 

This month’s theme is dedication. The decks you received all have a deep connection with the idea of being driven for something. 

Firstly, you opened the Memoria Deck of Playing Cards (Feinaiglian Grid). This deck celebrates the memory arts, in other words, the art of using your mind and mnemonics. The deck highlights its mental abilities with a back design built, so learning stacks is easier. Even with this deck’s thoughtful engineering, it doesn’t lack quality. It’s printed by the USPCC with a magic finish. This deck is perfect to accent your cardistry collection.

Secondly, you received the Dead Hand Playing Cards by Xavior Spade. This superb deck explains that no matter what problem you face, you need to put full effort into them. Even if it is exhausting, you must stay dedicated to it. The deck is captivating because of the story behind the meaning. Not only are the cards meaningful, but the cards have a unique, down to earth look uniform across the deck; they look impeccable. Of course, it’s printed by the best in the game USPCC, but this time on premium stock. This deck of cards fits right into your dedicated abilities.

This last deck, Daydreamers Playing Cards by Kevin Li, were inspired by the creation of ideas; the fact that a goal you create always starts with a simple idea. Designed by Paul Robaia, the deck has a very unique design made up of clouds. The faces and backs of these cards are beautiful and push the idea of accomplishing goals and creating new ideas. This deck is printed by the best in the business, USPCC, with an air-cushion finish and a supreme crushed stock. They only printed 2500 decks. Overall, a superb deck to add to your collection.

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.