Packaging. For the best of 2009 Blog Challenge, our prompt today is Best Packaging of 2009.
When I read this, I immediately thought of how many times I’ve cringed this year at how things are packaged and how much waste is involved. So much of the time, packaging is extraneous. We just don’t need so much of what is used to wrap things up. In fact, we just don’t need so much of what gets wrapped up in more of what we just don’t need.
As I thought about packaging for this post, I remembered back on the things I purchased, or received, that came in beautiful packaging. I’m all for beautiful, thoughtful and well-designed packing that is necessary, and hopefully, useful on its own.
Which brings me to the best packaging I encountered for 2009. Leave it to nature to provide packaging that works and is beautiful and useful, even after the gift is delivered. Our design, as women, is a breathtakingly beautiful form that clearly follows function…on so many levels. We are designed to give birth to a myriad of creations, just one of which is babies.
My daughter, the beautifully designed mom, delivered the gift, Jamison, in April.
This post is part of Gwen Bell’s Best of 2009 Blog Challenge
Day 15: Best packaging.
Did your headphones come in a sweet case? See a bottle of tea in another country that stood off the shelves?
2 Replies to “Nature’s Design: Beautifully Packaged”
Ok, this rocks! Never even thought of answering “nature” – and when i read the beginning of your post – the Twitter note – I started to think about gorgeous things like oceans, trails, birds…this was SUCH a gorgeous surprise — love it.
Lovely. The body’s capacity to stretch, move, groan, birth…wow. I never felt more beautiful than when I was pregnant. Thank you for the reminder. And congratulations too on your grandbaby 🙂
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