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SueBeads Web Site Sale!

That's right - Christmas in September! With the cost of everything rising (notably postage, glass rods, packaging, etc.) I am probably going to be forced to raise my prices soon. So I wanted to have a Christmas in September sale for all of you, so you can get an early start on your holiday projects! Plus, it will be a good way for me to keep busy! Starting tomorrow, Monday, September 15th, all Made to Order and Large Hole Beads will be 10% off in my store for the rest of the month of September. I've already figured out how to initiate the discount on the Large Hole Bead category - I'm having a bit more trouble with the Made To Order category. But hopefully, by tomorrow, it will be worked out! Hint Hint - the Large Hole Beads are already marked with their sale prices, if you want to go shopping now!

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Rocki Adams said…
Everyone loves a sale! Good luck with yours!

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