Not too long ago I received an email promoting several products, one of which immediately caught my eye. After visiting the company’s website I was convinced that this product’s creator was a freakin’ genius. Maybe not whoever first thought to put spiced rum in ginger beer level of genius, but still, pretty high up on the list.

I’m talking about FortuneKeeper. What is a FortuneKeeper you ask? Let me ask you this. How many of you have gone out to eat Chinese food, or had Chinese take-out or delivery, and after having your fortune cookie have found yourself with a fortune that you really liked and wanted to keep? And how many of you soon after, despite your best intentions, have lost those fortunes, or had them mangled in your pockets or purses? Yep, that would be me. Well FortuneKeepers are these fantastic looking necklaces, keychains, and zipper pulls designed to hold a fortune from a fortune cookie in a manner where it’s protected and you can read it! Genius!

Better still is the variety of designs. The looks range from feminine to masculine, elegant to casual, the kind of Asian designs you’d expect to street graffiti styles. Most of them cost $20 to $24. If anyone wanted to go shopping for me….

Blue Buddha Keychain

Enjoying Life's Blossoms Necklace

Graffiti Heart Zipper Pull

To get an idea of how the fortune is kept and displayed, they have this handy “how to” video on their website.

I just thought these were totally clever and really beautiful and/or cute depending on design so I thought I’d take moment to mention them to you guys and see what you thought. To learn more about FortuneKeeper you can visit their website.






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4 Comments so far

  1. Dadoo on March 26, 2012 6:17 pm

    I bet they made a fortune selling these.

  2. Nancy Fedder on March 26, 2012 6:58 pm

    Love your review. You rock. Just one little change….no s. FortuneKeeper.com

  3. Shira on March 26, 2012 7:06 pm

    O Fortuna! File under: Why didn’t I think of that?

  4. Heather Hasselbacher on March 26, 2012 8:44 pm

    These necklaces and fortune keepers are truly beautiful!

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