If you are a savvy copywriter with creative flair, then you will have produced a couple of Tweets whilst running multiple accounts that may have gone viral. Other than saving these tweets by liking it or screenshotting it, why not physically have a Tweet you could share with the world or clients? Here are some of the six ways you can share your Tweets with the world.

1. Frame a tweet

For the perfect balance of simple and extra as hell, print a tweet out and put it in a legit frame. Framed Tweets is a professional tweet-framing service that does all the work for you.

2. Wear a tweet

Retweets might not equal endorsements, but Tweet shirts certainly do. What better way to show the world you love a tweet than by wearing it? You can get tweets printed on; shirts, hats, tote bags, and more — on websites like Tee Tweets, Etsy, and Redbubble.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. Tweet stickers

If you’re looking for an easy way to display a tweet on the many surfaces in your life, why not consider making stickers? They’re fun, temporary, and easily shareable. Redbubble offers a selection of standout celebrity tweet stickers.

4. Tweet pillows

Why not order a custom-made Twitter pillow? Etsy has a selection of classic and more artistic options, and Redbubble offers quite the choice of throws, pillows, and covers.

5. Tweet on a Mug

To wake yourself up before you spend the day scrolling through Twitter, we suggest drinking coffee out of a Twitter-themed mug.TweetMugz.com is available for all your celeb, political, brand, and custom Tweet mug needs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

6.Tweet cake

People put photos on cakes, so why not Tweets? I’m sure bakeries have received their fair share of odd requests over the years, so you should feel no shame in sending a photo of a tweet for them to put on top of your cake.

 

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