Online Craft Garage Sale Starts Today!

Ok, so if you follow my Facebook page, you know all too well how I spent my weekend so far!  Getting ready for and then helping out at a craft garage sale run by on of my downline, Stacey Lane.  I even got motivated to dig through my craft room and find more stuff I was willing to part with… I came up with a decent pile don’t you think?!

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It was a great sale with lots of fun stuff to look at.  We had stuff in her driveway and inside the garage too

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Sadly, all of my stuff didn’t sell… isn’t that how it always goes?  So, I spent all night getting my extras and leftovers posted up for an Online Craft Sale over on my Facebook page!

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I really did have plans to get all the stuff up on facebook in late afternoon and then get it posted to the blog so it would be up by this morning.  Sadly, just getting it on Facebook took me until just after midnight, so I bagged the idea of getting everything over here on the blog for now.

So, if you would like to shop, make sure to swing by on my Facebook page

Northwest Stamper Online Craft Sale – Click to Shop

BONUS GIFT  – everyone who hops over to my facebook page and shops my online sale will get a gift of a Stampin’ Up gift certificate worth 25% of their total online craft sale purchase for use towards a Stampin’ Up catalog order with me in the future.  Smile  Its like extra free craft supplies!

Today, my family is off to the Washington State Fair to enjoy it’s last day this year, so I’ll check back on the sale when I get home in the evening.  In the meantime, enjoy the shopping!

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2 responses to “Online Craft Garage Sale Starts Today!”

  1. I love these cards Jennifer! The burlap ribbon is on my wish list and the Fall Fest stamp set and dies may make their way into my next order. 🙂 I still love sponging on the edges of cards. It was one of the first Stampin’ Up! techniques that I learned.

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