November 23, 2011

Are You Ready?

The big weekend is almost upon us.

I've made myself a list of things to do.

Thanksgiving Thursday: Eat, drink, be merry. Give thanks for my friends, family, pets, cat ladies, pet people, nature lovers and lovely customers who have supported my creative endeavors in so many ways over this past year!

Black Friday: Rest, relax and veg out (Buttonwillow demonstrates the proper technique in the photo to the right). Be thankful that I'm "Shopping Small" this year.

Small Business Saturday
: Rest, relax, and "Shop Small". American Express has spearheaded a movement that asks consumers to patronize small, independent, local, mom and pop businesses this year. "The 2nd annual Small Business Saturday® is a day dedicated to supporting small businesses on one of the busiest shopping weekends of the year. On November 26, we're asking millions of people to Shop Small at their favorite local stores and help fuel the economy. When we all shop small, it will be huge."

Simply Sunday: Rest, relax, and alert the elves to prepare for a busy week or two ahead.

Cyber Monday: Head back to the workshop and get those elves into high gear! And give thanks again for my friends, family, cat ladies, pet people, nature lovers and lovely customers who have supported my creative endeavors this past year !

[If you would like to make your own holiday list, click here for a printable list maker page like the one pictured here--a little holiday thank you from me]

And here are two more thank yous in the form of
special offers
that are available
between now and midnight on Cyber Monday:

1. Use coupon code THANKYOU15 at check-out and receive 15% off your entire purchase from my Etsy Shop. [Discount does not apply to wholesale listings]


2. With any total purchase of $20 or more from my Etsy Shop, each customer will receive this exclusive mini print of my watercolor painting "Full Moon Serenity" absolutely FREE. It is 5 x 7" and suitable for framing, or display it on a small tabletop easel or on your fridge or bulletin board. Limit one free print per household.


1 comment:

Unknown said...

Buttonwillow is doing it right! Happy Thanksgivng and thanks for the good advice! Happy sales to you, too. Fisher and gang