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A Digital Scrapbooking Day Freebie!

Hi, all! Happy Digital Scrapbooking Day! It’s one of the most important “holidays” of the year! Heehee. As you probably know, Weeds and Wildflowers is celebrating with a store-wide 50% off sale! Isn’t that AMAZING!? I’ve been hanging out here for a little over two years, and I’ve never seen that before.

In addition to all the great deals in the shoppe, would you like something free as well? I made this little word art pack for you from some of Gina’s phrases from the Sweet & Simple Life Kits and reproduced them in a metal style. Just enter the coupon code METAL4U at checkout and have fun!

Here’s what you get (phrases come without shadow):

And don’t forget: Gina and Heidi’s sister Amy is giving away two $25 WW gift cards and one Baby Love Album on her blog. And Gina is also giving away a wish list item every day from the comments on Nov. 2nd WW Blog Post.


10 Comments (Add Yours)

  1. Thanks for the great word art!!

  2. Oh I love that word art. Thank you

  3. Not sure where I’m supposed to leave my comment for the giveaway, but I would have to pick up some more Sweet & Simple Life kits, 4 sure!

  4. Thanks a lot.. very pretty!

  5. Thank You. Tiff these are great.

  6. Thanks for the wordart, but I do have to ask you this. You say that the whole store is 50% off this weekend but I can´t get your math right. How do you explain that for example a $4 price is marked down to $2.50? If it´s 50 % it should be $2.00 ….
    Just wondering! cheers!

  7. Carina, are you looking at a product that is new? Because this is what I think is happening: New Items are usually marked down 20% for a short period of time. So a $5 product would normally be marked down to $4 for a while. But the 50% off sale takes the discount from the full price – not the New Release price. So that would be the $2.50.

  8. THANKS Tiffany! I was just wondering…Off for some shopping! <3

  9. Thanks bunches!

  10. Thanks for the great word art!!Oh I love that word art. Thank youNot sure where I