I remember growing up we would go to the dime store and they would have these little grab bags by the door, and we would buy one, it was fun to look through the paper bags trying to see if this one was heavier or bulkier, did this one rattle? After you bought it then you could rip open the plain paper bag to see what your goodies were. It was fun to see what toys or candy you would get. I also remember the store had these bins of chocolate bars that were broken and you could buy it by the pound maybe, I can't remember I was a kid, I didn't have to pay, I was with Poppa, I just remember I loved me some chocolate bar and I didn't care if it was busted up…haven't really changed in that way I guess.
In fact my crazy ramblings from yesterday were based on eating two Kit Kat bars (the Canadian chocolate is so much better) and almost a whole bag of Ketchup chips that Lynsay and Donna brought me from Canada…ha!
So back to the grab bags…
Beginning April 1, and continuing while supplies last, you can purchase special "grab bags" in my Online Store. These grab bags will come in three sizes: the $5, the $10, and the $15 grab bag. Each bag will contain a variety of discontinued products that could include a combination of any of the following: ribbons, Accents & Elements, chipboard, Designer Series Papers, and Simply Sent kit components. Grab bags will not contain stamp sets or tools.
Please keep the following in mind:
- Grab bag orders can only be placed in my Online Store.
- There is no minimum purchase required to participate in the grab bag special offer.
- There is no limit to the number of grab bags you may purchase; however, grab bag items are only available while supplies last.
- All grab bag sales are final. There are no refunds or exchanges.
- Not all grab bags will be unique.
- You should use the following item numbers when ordering grab bags:
|$5 Grab Bag (containing at least $20 worth of products!)|
|$10 Grab Bag (containing at least $40 worth of products!)|
|$15 Grab Bag (containing at least $60 worth of products!)|
Isn't that cool? And remember when you place an order in my on-line store you get a hand stamped card from me. Thank you cards for March on-line orders are going out in the mail Monday.
I wanted to show you another card from my 10/10/20 class and again I went to my fellow Demonstrators for inspiration. This one was inspired by the very talented Teneale Williams. Is that not a gorgeous name to go along with some gorgeous talent? Thanks Teneale!
Paper: Basic Black, Very Vanilla, Riding Hood Red, Love Letter DSP
Ink: Basic Black, Riding Hood Red, Crumb Cake
Misc: Pearls, Square punch for fish tails, Top Note Die, Oval Scallop Frame Die
Today was a hot one in Arizona, I think it hit 100 degrees, that's a record. Yikes it's only April 1, maybe it was an April Fool's joke. Let's hope the weather goes back down, this hot is too early.
Well I finished my first book with my Nook app on My Precious, and I loved it, and I am so tempted to get a real Nook because it really does drain my battery which is not a good thing, cause well it is a phone after all.
I still have a bunch of "real books" to be read so I need to get that stack lower before I decide for sure. If I get one, I would like to get one before our Alaska cruise.
I'm gonna call it a night and head to bed.
Have an awesome Saturday and thanks so much for stopping in.