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funny magnetic poetry printable

Hi! I’m here to lure you into subscribing to my blog- either the 3 times a week email of the week’s posts, or the weekly newsletter of greatness.

I’ve put together a wonderful, titillating freebie as a bribe for subscribing, and it will provide you with hours of creative fun. No, it’s not a pencil. It’s a refrigerator poetry magnets printable!

Aren’t newsletters boring? Not mine! In each newsletter I include a link to each post I wrote the previous week, and…..

…a set of kick-ass pins to freak out over (and then pin), a cool tidbit about some featured cool thing that you will think is cool (subscribers to my Artchoo newsletter loved this part.) PLUS! The best thing is that I will hold random giveaways for my email and newsletter subscribers ONLY. You’ll feel so elite.

Plus? The other best thing? If you sign up for my newsletter (I send it out weekly unless I am on vacation), or sign up for my individual posts by email (sent out 3 times a week so you don’t get overwhelmed), you get the coolest freebie this side of the solar system.

The completely amazing, heart-stopping, fun-time-making refrigerator magnet printable.

I have painstakingly compiled some words that I love a whole lot, and laid them out to be printed onto magnetic sheets and cut out.

You will enjoy years of crazy poetry-making in the comfort of your own kitchen and delight your family and friends.

Where else can you make a sentence like:

 hilarious magnetic poetry printable

Right? Sign up now. You will get a link to the download page as soon as you confirm your subscription, so get on it! (And if you grow tired of me, you can always easily unsubscribe. I won’t even send you a guilt-inducing passive aggressive, “sorry to see you go.” message.)
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  1. 05/17/2014 / 4:25 am

    Just hit the subscribe button. Can’t wait to receive updates from your blog.

  2. Susan Kent
    10/10/2015 / 9:21 pm

    Looking forward to using the magnetic poetry in my classroom!

    • 10/12/2015 / 1:00 pm

      Ha! I hope you do- it’s a little bit ‘off’, so I hope your students have senses of humor. 🙂

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