Product Review: Dream Essentials Nite Note + Giveaway

Dream Essentials Nite Note Bedtime Note Pad
An easy way to capture bedtime thoughts!

Nite Note is the perfect way to record important night time thoughts without disturbing your partner’s rest. The contoured hand-held memo pad conveniently holds a pen and a writing pad. Record your thoughts while comfortably lying down.  Pad “lights up” when the pen is removed and “lights off” when the pen is replaced.

I don’t know if I’ve mentioned this here before but when I was in college I’d sleep with a pad and paper under my pillow because a lot of times my Math homework would bug me so much, I’d dream how to solve it. Sometimes I’d figure it out, other times it was the most ridiculous attempt at math ever – but either way I needed something handy to write down what I remembered when I woke up. (And once I couldn’t remember who an actor in a TV show was and ended up dreaming about it and figuring it out!)

Now I don’t have Math problems haunting me, but I do sometimes read books on my Nook with the lights out or come up with million dollar ideas in my sleep (I wish!) so Nite Note is a nice addition to my nightstand.  The light turns on when the pen is removed and turns off when you put the pen back in the holder. That way, the light is only on when you need it. I can take notes on the books I’m reading for review without having to be sitting in a well lit room, which is perfect for me!

The pad is easy to hold and with a large enough writing surface that I can write down all the notes I need to. It needs 2 AA batteries to run which is not included.

I received a free product in order to write this review. All thoughts and opinions are 100% mine, I was not asked to write a positive review just a truthful one.

One lucky ConcertKatie reader will win a NiteNote of their own! US only please. Ends 1/31/15. Winner will have 48 hours to reply to winning notification or prize will be forfeited.

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Try It Tuesday: Glass Etching

Something that I found out I could do with the assistance of my Silhouette was glass etching. I decided to try things out first with Hanson shot glasses. When I was making some Hanson ornaments (details on that coming next week) I realized I could use the scrap vinyl to create the outline of the symbol and it was just the right size for the shot glasses. 5 minutes of some Armour Etch on it later, and I’ve got a pretty neat Hanson shot glass!

This was another thing I was a bit hesitant to try at first, but it really couldn’t have been easier! (Although the etching cream smells nasty so make sure you’re in a well ventilated area and clean things up really well once you’re done!)

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