Fall Clearance Sale! How to get the discount!

There has been some confusion on our Fall Clearance Sale so here are some tips…

Order from any of the following categories to get 20% off any item in the category…

Halloween

Thanksgiving

Autumn

There is no coupon code necessary!   During checkout, after you select your payment type and click “Continue” the discount will display in your cart.   Easy peasy!

So why am I showing my personal property tax payment in the photo above with this adorable card?   To try to encourage you to send a card along with the next bill you pay.   Surely you still have a bill that you send via the mail?   There is someone, somewhere, sitting in a cubicle all day, everyday, opening boring pre-printed envelopes and processing boring payements.   Imagine the smile your bill payment could bring to her face if it’s tucked inside a wonderful hand crafted card?   Spread the love – send a card!  (The USPS will thank you too!).   This card was created years ago by the talented Carolyn Hurst using our Pilgrim Pets cling set, Take Time and Pumpkin Border stamps.

3 Comments »

  1. Nancy Carroll said,

    November 17, 2017 @ 7:12 pm

    What a wonderful idea EXCEPT I just went to mail my Thanksgiving cards and the clerk at the post office said I would have to pay $3.00 each for two cards that had a brad or two on them, and I said I don’t think so!

  2. stamps said,

    November 19, 2017 @ 8:18 pm

    Awwww – that’s rotten! And I’m not sure she’s right! If it’s under an ounce and if the card is still less than 1/8 thick then you should just need the extra .22 cent stamp for items that are non-metered. If I have a brad (see that big metal leaf on the card?) or something bumpy I put a sheet of foam or a piece of cereal box over it so the envelope doesn’t tear and if it’s not too fat it should be good with just the extra ounce stamp added!

  3. Cynthia Daugherty said,

    November 20, 2017 @ 9:27 am

    Thank you for this great idea. To add another smile to someone , yes, I am
    going to do this.
    Postage: my mail carrier often will put cards back in my mailbox and say ‘additional postage needed’. I then take them to the post office and she says they are fine.

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