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Etsy Shop SALE!!!!

Some of you may know that I am currently freaking out about my big show at the Delmont Apple 'N Arts Festival this weekend! They are expecting between 40-60k people and I do not feel ready! So, I would like to offer you a sale in my etsy shop! Use the coupon code GET25 and you will get 25% off anything in the store until Monday, October 3, as long as you don't mind that I mail it on Monday instead of immediately!

My headpins were very popular at my trunk show at ArtBLISS, so I will be adding more to the shop next week. If you have any color wishes, please let me know!!!


Amy F said…
I'm still on my bead fast, but i've had such a terrible week, and i've been eyeballing those headpins, i'm just going to have to get some.
SummersStudio said…
Good luck this weekend! I did a very large crowd show a couple of years ago. It's intense but somehow you manage to get through it. You'll do great!

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