Cards To The Heart: Make Conversations Real, And Meaningful Again

Imagine if there were a way to get to know someone better, to make breakthroughs in terms of authentic, heartfelt connection.
Meet Cards to the Heart.
In a world where intimate relationships often begin in a swipe left/right situation, and friends hesitate to discuss “heavier” topics, Cards to the Heart is an ideal game for helping others bring their walls down and open up their hearts to one another.
Created by Dom Scott, these cards were originally designed as a fun game to get to know his partner better. They had such a great time that they started printing small batches to give to friends as gifts, and then the recipients asked how they could get copies to give to others… and demand for them just exploded.
Rather than the standard “tell me about the first time you did X” questions, these cards delve a bit deeper: about topics that inspire us, that scare us, that bring us joy. They’re not just for romantic relationships either—the questions are perfect for getting to know new friends. Since people are constantly growing and evolving, the cards can be used over and over again, even amongst the same people.
Dom has created a Kickstarter campaign ( to fund  production of these cards, with only a few days left to reach the goal

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By spreading the word, he hopes to help more people enjoy meaningful, authentic
connections with friends and loved ones.
Printed on high-quality stock and packaged in a sturdy plastic case, each of the 54 cards has an engaging question that’s meant to spark a conversation, and feature a gorgeous original painting by Toronto artist Natasha Kudashkina.
By carrying these in your pocket, you can rest assured you’ll never be short of a good conversation again. You can support this project by donating, and sharing the Kickstarter page now!

Published by Nikki Sin

Toronto based blogger, dreamer, and a green tea addict. Currently working with a fire breathing dragon, no seriously.

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