I’ve been driving myself crazy trying to come up with purse puns/slogans/twists-on-cliches, hence the terrible title of this post, which isn't any of those things. Although with "pursing" I do tend to picture a young woman making a duck face and taking a "selfie," a word I am learning to hate.
But I am crazy-in-a-good-way. In addition to selling off a bunch of my vintage clothes and jewelry in my official museum store, Thrift Asylum (to raise money for the construction of our RV Purse Museum), I’m trying to earn some bucks in my Zazzle store, My Favorite Purse.
I’ve had the store since 2009, but it’s been mostly dormant. Five years ago, I uploaded a pretty bad photo collage of my vintage purses and applied them to items for purchase in the store, but I recently deleted all the old products. You’re welcome. I’m not so egotistical that I don’t know when my skill set sucks.
Or when it’s good.
Yeah. I’m all that. I can write an awesome advertorial. And, occasionally, I can come up with a pretty good slogan.
Yes, I’ve bitched here about slogan theft many a time. I probably will again. Fair warning.
I came up with a few purse-themed slogans—which I double-checked for authenticity and which I expect to see in numerous other online stores in no time—and added them to my Zazzle shop.
I kind of gave up on photos/art and decided to do text-only shirts, which are simple and to the point. Like me. Very, very simple, yet oh so pointy.
And, despite my cynical realism about them getting pilfered, this was actually a fun experiment for me. Expect to see more.