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Kaitlyn & Leah Review, June 1, 2017
The Toy Insider, Feb. 2, 2017
“Tiki Cards Bring Collectibles to Nail Art”
Collectibles nowadays come in all shapes and sizes, from dolls and action figures to teeny tiny grocery-themed characters—and now, even nail art. At first glance, Tiki Cards look like normal trading cards, but they’re actually collectible nail stickers. Each card features enough stickers for a fun, age-appropriate manicure. In true trading card fashion, the cards are sold in threes in blind bag packaging, or a Mega Pack with 15 cards is also available.
Channel 20 Detroit – Morning Show, December 16, 2016
“Holiday gift ideas”
Fox 17 Grand Rapids – The Morning Mix
WXYZ-TV ABC Channel 7 in Detroit, December 13, 2016
Tecumseh Herald, December 1, 2016
“Tecumseh graduates team up to sell new product”
WXYZ-TV ABC Channel 7 in Detroit, November 21, 2016
“Mom’s A Genius deals and steals”
WXYZ-TV ABC Channel 7 in Detroit, July 26, 2016
“Mom’s a Genius: Plymouth mom creates nail sticker trading cards for girls”
A Plymouth mom hopes her business will be the next big thing for girls. Kelly O’Donnell is the entrepreneur behind Tiki Cards , nail sticker trading cards for girls ages six to twelve. “I came up with the concept of a trading card because girls that age love to collect and trade things,” says Kelly. “There wasn’t a lot for girls in terms of trading cards. There’s a lot for boys that age, but not a lot of trading cards or trading products for girls.” Girls can collect and trade the cards with their friends, then apply the stickers for a cute and fun manicure.
Detroit Free Press, May 8, 2016
“Mompreneurs give kids early lessons in business savvy”“My hope is that for them, I’m modeling the idea that your ideas are important, and have meaning for the world,” said O’Donnell of her company, Tiki Cards, which are colorful nail stickers with fun designs that peel off a tradeable card, like Pokemon cards. They look like nail polish, but without the mess.