Thursday, February 13, 2014

Watch the MyColourCup Grow with QVC

QVC Sprout growth

Twistid is an official QVC vendor and currently at the sprout level, selling the My Colour Cup on QVC website.  They have the potential of growing to a Fruit Bearing QVC product and selling their cups on the air.

QVC stands for:
Quality
Value 
Convenience

QVC lives up to their name.  The MyColourCup went through the QVC QA process.  All aspects of the product were scrutinized with requirements for packaging, shipping, and product quality. The cups now have the qualification as being DISHWASHER SAFE and USDA approved.  They passed the final inspection at QVC headquarters in West Chester PA,  and won the right to sell on the QVC web site.

Check them out at:  http://www.qvc.com/Set-of-Four-My-Color-Cup-Twist-Id-Customizable-Plastic-Cups.product.L39782.html

with shipping only $5.72 to US homes

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

The Cup will Never Give Up




 "Never, ever give up" is what Diana Nyad long-distance swimmer said when she finally achieved her lifetime ambition.  She is first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without a shark cage this past weekend.  It took her five tries but she never gave up.




   We have worked hard to get to where we are and now our product is competing against two other products on the internationally known QVC website in their Sprouts program. The prize - an invitation to become an official QVC vendor.   The QVC Sprouts program is designed for inventors with innovative products to assist them and help them grow their product with less risk.

  We are excited to be competing .... and we will Never, Ever Give Up.  Help us succeed.     
  

VOTE FOR THE CUP!

Monday, June 3, 2013

MyColourCup LIVE on the My Cool Invention Radio Show

Could the MyColourCup be the Next 100 Million Dollar?


Vote for the MyColourCup at the My Cool Inventions Radio
The MyColourCup was pitched live on the My Cool Inventions radio show this weekend with Akos Jankura 'The Solutionist' and John Cremeans 'The Doctor of Shopology'.
My Cool Inventions is "REALITY RADIO WHERE YOU DECIDE"!  Three products are pitched live each Saturday in the US and the voters decide who wins. 
The MyColourCup is up against Keep it Klose and The Collectors Game.  We are currently ahead with 55% of the votes with Keep it Klose close behind at 37%
Voting Runs Until Saturday!


So Vote for MyColourCup the next 100 million dollar product at http://mycoolinventionsradio.com/vote/


It's truly 'Reality Radio' where you decide!

www.mycolourcup.com

Sunday, March 10, 2013

A Bubbler Deal


Bubbler Deal
Twistid has teamed up with Bubbler to offer a great deal on a set of cups. 
OFFER:  ALL FOR ONLY $10

  • set of 4 personalized cups
  • station mat
  • Free shipping 
  • Thats a 68% discount!  Plus 5% goes to your school of choice, no registration necessary.

  • Hurry, Bubbler vouchers sell out quick
     
    Ends Wednesday 13March13 or until vouchers sell out. AUD only


    Thursday, March 7, 2013

    DESIGN YOUR CUP

     GIVEAWAY

    Want to get rid of those cups scattered around the house that noboby owns?  

    Design your cup for a chance to win your set!
     

        
    We are giving away two personalized sets of four MyColourCups to be randomly
     drawn on 13 March 2013.  Hurry up and enter to win your set.   

    Enter to Win an iPAD

    Share with all your friends, family, yourself, the world. OK, we would love the world to know.


    Twistid Products, designer and online retailer of the MyColourCup, cups that know who you are. 

    Tuesday, September 25, 2012

    Surviving the Duelling Years

    My kids fight. 
    I like to think of it more as duelling, standing up one against the other each aspiring to be the victor.  With their eye on the end of the battle prize where they can claim that special seat next to mum or that supped up matchbox car with the cool exhaust.  As a parent you have a couple of options;  retreat to the other end of the house, pretend they are the neighbours kids or give them some tactics to resolve those daily skirmishes by themselves.  NO ADULTS REQUIRED.

    The main goal of these daily battles for my 3 boys is a win-win solution.
     I win – no retreating required.   They win – fairness restored.
    Here are some of my sanity tactics that I have devised for some the most annoying battles.
    1.       I Get Shotgun! 
    The throne next to the driver’s seat, the most wanted seat in the world. Kids act as if they would instantly be knighted if only they could beat their siblings to this idolized seat.  I guess they are really competing for the love and affection of the queen mum.  But, you can’t pick who gets the front seat, that would be deemed as picking a victor and you don’t want to hear the bickering.  So you get them to claim ownership.  How?
    One way trip – first to call shotgun gets it (i.e. school drop-off)

    Round trip – first to call shotgun gets it on the way there, the other gets it on the way back.  More than two kids, then two call outs. 
     
    2.       That’s My Toy!

    It’s the exhausting never ending, “That’s my toy!”  “No it’s mine!” “Nu-huh!” There are a couple of tactics to handle this scenario;

    ·         Write their name on every toy they get.  Works great with matchbox cars.
    ·         Just take it away, on the spot.  No questions asked.  They will probably forget the toy ever existed.
    ·         Although this won’t work for Lego’s, it’s just too many pieces to label or take away.  I try to get them to barter, where a Lego man can be exchanged for a couple of swords.  Sometime this diversion tactic works.

     
    3.       Not My Cup!

    We use to have abandoned cups all over the house.  Of course they are nobody’s, right?  So nobody has to pick them up, right?  Wrong.  We now have cups that change names, so when you get a cup from the cupboard you change it to your name and voila (wah lah) it’s yours.  Nobody goes away. 
     

    So it’s peaceful now, right.  Wrong again.  Siblings will always duel; it teaches them how to resolve conflict.  They learn to compromise and cooperate with each other, a great life lesson for the workforce.  Little SpongeBob’s in the making. 
     
    by Shelly, mom of four and designer of the MyColourCup and owner of Twistid Products.