My Favorite Things for Direct Sellers

"Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens," is the opening line of the song My Favorite Things. I can picture Julie Andrews running around the Von Trapp house singing the song. And now you, like me, probably have it going through your mind.

As a direct seller, I bet your favorite things include the products you sell. When I was in direct sales, my company released new products every month. And for a while, almost each one became my new favorite. 

When I was asked to make a card that was product-specific, I came up with the My Favorite Things Collection. Each card focuses on a popular product offered by one or more direct sales companies. I researched copyright laws and found out that I can do parodies. So there is parody about the products on the back and an illustration of them on the front.
And if you have the song running through your head now, imagine how I lived when I was writing the parodies. Sometimes I'd do it while I was walking the dog. I'd sing a line over and over until I got the right amount of syllables and then I'd list rhyming words. When I finally got it, I'd repeat it until I got home to write it down. It took me several cards in to come up with the idea of texting it to myself in the middle of the walk.
As of now, there are 16 different cards that represent:

  • fashion - jewelry, clothes, accessories, bags
  • beauty - cosmetics, make-up, skin care, hair care, nail polish
  • home - wickless candles, essential oils, pet supplies
  • kitchen - kitchenware, chocolate
  • hobbies - books, scrapbooks

Don't see a product you sell? Contact me.

Each design is available as a folded card with an envelope or as a set of two flat cards with envelopes or a set of four flat cards without envelopes.
Send these cards:

  • to your team for any reason you'd send a card.
  • as a thank you to a customer.
  • to a potential team member who is a product-enthusiast.
  • with a package.
  • to reconnect with someone who loves your products.
  • as holiday cards.
  • as birthday cards.
  • as invitations to a VIP event.

I introduced them in the weekly email that goes out on Tuesdays. If you're not on the email list, you might want to get on it because there are usually coupon codes in the emails. You can sign up by going to the website and scrolling to the bottom of the page. Add your email to the newsletter list. 

Celebrate every day,


September 04, 2018 by Kelly Northcott

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