I’m so excited to post about this very generous offer from our friends over at Rock Scissor Paper. I own lots of rsp stuff myself and love it all – from the customized stationery and cards to the gift tags, paper plates and napkins, and all the doxie themed items and their cute mod animals. If you love bright colorful stationery, you will really enjoy Rock Scissor Paper!
Who: Rock Scissor Paper
What: 25% off every item, no minimum purchase. Yippee!
When: Valid until midnight December 24, 2006
How: Use code ‘HollyJolly’ upon checkout.
Thanks RSP girls! :) 25% off is exciting!
(images from rsp)
Warm up those credit cards and let the shopping begin with your friends over at Trunkt. I’m loving the Karin Eriksson Signe Cutrose Bowl, Good on Paper Animal Notepads, petuniapetunia lala doll (many other dolls available in various shapes and colors), jill.i bubbles necklaces in sterling silver and vermeil, and the alex + lorenzo emblem belt (available in several different patterns and buckles). What about you?
What: 15% off every item, no minimum purchase. Go crazy!
When: Valid until December 14, 2006
How: Use code ‘decor8′ upon checkout.
(images from trunkt)
Looking for gifts that won’t break the bank? I have exciting news for you! Starting tomorrow and running until Friday, December 15th, decor8 will feature a store (or two) per day (excluding the weekend) that will offer an exclusive discount for decor8 readers only – either discounts on items that I’ve selected from the store that I think you’ll love, or on all merchandise. I’ve handpicked stores that offer some of my favorite names – Jonathan Adler, Deadly Squire, Angela Adams, K Studio, Thomas Paul, Salvor Fauna, Dwell, and many more. A few already offer free (or discounted) shipping, so we’re talking some great savings.
So join me here from December 6th until Friday, December 15th for daily savings. See you in the morning!
(image from one of my favorite etsy photographers, andaria.)
[12/6 update: due to an amazing response from so many great stores, I've decided to post multiple discounts daily (2-4 max), wrapping up by Wednesday, December 13th. During this time, coffee + cre8tive and all regular posts will be put on hold, resuming on Thursday, December 14th.]
I’m drawing (no pun intended) some major inspiration today from talented freelance illustrator Debbie Hill in the UK. “I like to experiment with lots of materials and processes in my work,” Debbie adds that some of these include “experimental drawing, photography, textiles, embroidery, monoprinting, bookbinding, animation, drypoint printing and book design.” Visit her blog and website to view her portfolio. I’m loving the addition of buttons to pencil illustrations, giving them that added dimension, so precious!
(images from debbie hill)