Well, it’s taken me a while to get around to it, but I am finally starting to sell off what little remaining inventory I have from my art supply shops that closed a few years ago. I didn’t want to clog up this blog with all the listings, so I created a separate site for them, shop.Lavaguy.com. Continue reading →
Enter code FALLMAILINGS at checkout in the “Zazzle Coupons/Gift Certificates” box.
Expires 10/26/2011 at 11:59 PM (Pacific).
Custom cards and US Postage stamps are an effective and inexpensive way to get your message across, whether it be of a personal nature, or for business purposes. Research shows that the recipient is more likely to open the envelope if it has a real postage stamp on it, especially if it’s a custom stamp bearing your message or a design that coordinates with the envelope or address label. Many of my card and envelope designs have coordinating postage stamps available. And since stamps rarely go on sale at Zazzle, you should take advantage of this savings now.
All of my cards are customizable… you can change the message inside the card, or delete it if you prefer a blank inside. You can even customize the front of the card on some designs. Click the links to see more of my designs, or get started customizing your own design! Continue reading →
Today is “Free Fabric Swatch” day at Spoonflower.com. That is, until Noon tomorrow (Friday, August 19th, 2011) you can get a single swatch of custom fabric for free, instead of the normal $5.00. Even the postage is free. It can be one of my fabrics, or any other fabric for sale at Spoonflower. It’s a great way to sample the quality of custom fabric printing from Spoonflower.
EDIT: It seems that Spoonflower’s servers have been overwhelmed… the site has been slow all morning, and it just crashed as I clicked “place order”. If this happens to you, just try again later. Hopefully the problem will be sorted out soon. You can also check for updates on Spoonflower’s Facebook page.
EDIT: Spoonflower’s Free Swatch Day was a big success! They gave away 7,300 free swatches of fabric, and also raised $2,500 for Heifer International. Read more about it on the Spoonflower blog here. Continue reading →