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I have a little something going up on Copyblogger today that has to do with handcuffs and watery death chambers, not usual writing fodder for me, but I think it’s something you’ll enjoy.

To those of you who blog, I’m sure Copyblogger needs no introduction. But if you’re new there and want to poke around, a few of my favorites there have to do with Mr. Rogers, Oscar the Grouch, and Mothers.

And to Copyblogger readers just stopping by, welcome, I hope you’ll feel right at home. Take a moment to stop by my inspiration boards on gifts and packaging, which are teaming with ideas from talented bloggers and shopkeepers. Or visit the archives to read about mailing a Frisbee with no envelope, making hot chocolate on a stick, or doodling on cake or in hand soap.

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annie March 30, 2010 at 9:08 am

very interesting. I tried to find the post about printing on post-it notes, but I couldn’t. I love your blog. You do a great job and have lots of ideas.


Jeanette Mc. March 30, 2010 at 9:22 am

Well, I’m new to blogging (1 1/2 months now) so I have no idea what Copyblogger is. Going to go right over there and check it out. I mean, handcuffs and watery death chambers – I’m intrigued. I’ve already gone through your entire “pretty packaging” tab because I obsess over that sort of thing. Yours is to die for.


Michelle March 30, 2010 at 10:05 am

Nice job with your copyblogger post, Amber. All great blogging tips and you do all of them very well!


Kristin March 30, 2010 at 10:09 am

I had never been to copyblogger – it has some amazing content! I enjoyed your article, and the links you referred to. I feel like I’ve learned some great things. Thanks!


marisa March 30, 2010 at 10:48 am

well-written. i really liked what you said about not being afraid to build – i’ve done this with my son’s birth story (writing it in chunks, instead of publishing it all at once) and the feedback i’ve gotten has been wonderful.

i think sometimes we don’t want to begin the anticipation for something because we fear not being able to follow through.


Amy March 30, 2010 at 11:14 am

Loved your Houdini post on Copyblogger. I look forward to reading your blog. It looks fun and right up my alley!


Marion Ryan March 30, 2010 at 1:40 pm


Although Copyblogger always has great posts, yours today was really excellent. Loved the Houdini analogy and you gave some really useful – and thought-provoking – tips.

Nice to meet you!



Salihan March 30, 2010 at 1:54 pm

I came by your blog via Copyblogger. I hardly ever see a crafty person contribute there. They are normally freelance writers or marketers. I love your blog and have subscribed to it. Thanks for a great article. :)


Andrea April 5, 2010 at 7:39 pm

Loved the comments left for you after your article. :)


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