Welcome back to another deck review. In the post, I’ll be reviewing Rupi Kaur’s Self-Love Writing Prompts. Check out my last deck review here. With it being Valentine’s Day and all I thought this would be a lovely deck to review. It’s not a tarot or oracle deck but it is a card deck that I think a lot of people would benefit from using. Keep reading to find out what I think about this deck.
The Self-Love Writing Prompts was created by Rupi Kaur. Rupi Kaur is a #1 New York Times Bestselling author who self-published her first poetry book, Milk & Honey in 2014 which she wrote and illustrated. Rupi’s work touches on love, trauma, healing, feminity, and migration.
Rupi Kaur’s Self-Love Writing Prompts cards come packaged in a box with 70 writing prompt cards and 1 instruction card. The cards are printed on FSC-certified paper with a soft touch lamination. There are also more writing prompt cards for relationships, balance, and gratitude.
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– Good quality box
– Beautiful box art design
– Ribbon inside box for easy access
– Fantastic for improving your mood
– Perfect tool to use in a self-love ritual
– Great for writing and journaling
– Soft touch cards
The box of Rupi Kaur’s Writing Prompts Self-Love card is nice, it’s sturdy and I like the simple yet cute cover artwork on the box. Inside, there is a pink ribbon which makes taking out the cards easy instead of struggling with the box.
The texture of the cards are very unique as they have a soft almost velvety touch to them which I haven’t seen in any other deck. The messages on the cards vary from simple to deeper topics that make you think and question yourself. If you’re someone who enjoys using prompts to help you journal, these cards are perfect for you.
– Extra card
If you’ve read any of my past card deck reviews you know that I don’t like it when there is a random card in the deck, it’s a waste, in my opinion. The instructions on how to use this deck could’ve been printed on the inside of the box like I’ve seen in other decks. Besides the extra card, I don’t have anything bad to say about this deck. Not all the cards hit but there are 70 cards to go through so if one doesn’t float your boat just shuffle and draw another card.
I would recommend this deck to those looking to improve their self-love or if you like to use journal prompts when you write. You can pull a card every day and journal as a way to improve the love you have with yourself. I use these cards in my self-love rituals for when I’m journaling. I also keep this deck on my desk to use whenever I need some inspiration or want to improve my mood.
You can purchase Rupi Kaur’s Self-Love Writing Prompts here
Do you have this card deck in your collection?