I need your help. I am expanding our inventory further and I need to know what YOU want! I know that I personally tend to spend more on tools than disposable items such as charms and embellishments. I also buy a ton of inks and paints so I can have a large color palette to choose from. So, you tell me, what do you buy the most?
I am super excited to announce that we are having a MAJOR sale! All of our Graphic 45 is already listed 20% under retail and we are offering an additional 10% off the already super low prices! This means you can save up to 50% off!
In addition, if you buy at least $20.00 of Laser Cuts, you save 10% off!
The sale starts NOW and ends on 4/30/15!
PLUS we always have $5.00 flat rate shipping on orders over $40.00!
We have new Laser Cuts to celebrate Easter! The 5 new laser cuts that we have are all egg themed. This got me wondering, Where do eggs tie in to Easter anyways? From what I could find, there are actually multiple reasons. For Christians, it is supposed to represent Jesus’ emergence from the tomb and resurrection. Christian Tradition also states that Mary Magdalene visited Emperor Tiberias and gave him a red egg as a symbol of the Resurrection. The egg is a symbol of new life and has been used in festivals before Jesus’ time. It is also said that it’s inherited from the symbols of the Norse Goddess Ostara who’s symbols are the egg and the hare. Both of which represent fertility.
I think that’s enough of a history lesson for now! Below you will find pictures and pricing for the new laser cuts. I you want to purchase any of them, just click on the picture!
I hope you saw something you like! I also hope to have enough time to release a few more before it gets too close to Easter! Thank you for stopping by!
I just posted these sets for sale on our website. shop.intoxicatingarts.com . Just click the picture to get to the listing! Love you Sew Much Set 1 is $4.99 and Love you Sew Much set 2 is $4.49. They are laser cut from 1/8″ MDF wood in the United States. You can paint, ink, stain, sand, etc. I like to put acrylic paint in the deeply etched areas which is so easy because you just paint it and then sand down until the paint is only in the etched areas!