Writing Challenge

By | February 15, 2011

On February 15, 1842, the U.S. Postal Service first introduced adhesive stamps (stamps you lick) to the public.

Adhesive stamps were all the rage until 1989, when self-adhesive (peel and stick) stamps were introduced (actually, they were first introduced in 1974… and they were a total failure!).

Now, of course, the post office doesn't even make the old, adhesive stamps anymore, as they've been replaced with a newer, easier method.

For your writing assignment this week, I'd like you to write about:

How a particular tool or technique you've been introduced to has made paper crafting that much easier and/or more convenient!

If you write about a tool, include a call-to-action at the end of the post with purchasing instructions.

Post here when complete.

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