30 January 2012

moving into a new home.

I might be a little MIA this week, and here's why! I ask in advance for your forgiveness!

lost angeles: setting up.: Moving is a crazy, crazy time. Z and I moved all our stuff (furniture, boxes, puppies and all!) on Saturday (2 days ago) and YIKES! ...more...

My pooch, Mickey, getting settled in our new digs.  Read more!

26 January 2012

Anon-Y-Mouse :: Angeleno Series + GIVEAWAY

Jonathan Ventura of Anon-Y-Mouse Print & Design wants to change the way you think about wedding invitations and print design.  Relatively new to Etsy (Jonathan set up shop in September 2011) but in the business of wedding paper for over two years, Jonathan and his team challenge themselves to produce innovative designs and clever packaging for wedding stationary and other paper goodies.

"Jessica" save-the-dates from Anon-Y-Mouse
When Jonathan and I “met” on Etsy last year, I was excited about his products (and of course, I still am) – with a background in graphic design and photography, Anon-Y-Mouse’s invitations are equal parts simple beauty and modern elegance.  To my delight, Jonathan agreed to answer some questions about Anon-Y-Mouse AND sponsor a giveaway (keep reading for more details!).

What has been your biggest inspiration as an artist/crafter?

People.  I want to create art that inspires other people, just like I have been inspired.  I love to know about artists that came before me, whether they are print designers, painters, or photographers.  It’s neat to see how things were done before Photoshop and Illustrator.  They inspire me to get better and never stop learning.

Can you describe your work space and/or work process?

I am very messy and sporadic, tending to work on whatever is in front of me, then getting distracted by another project, until I end up back where I started.  I deliberately try not to be organized; I feel I work better this way. It keeps me from feeling "bored" or burning out.

Who would you say influences you the most as an artist/crafter?

Alvin Lustig.  He, for me, is the epitome of print design and the person that inspired me to create things on paper, and still influences my use of shapes and simple text.  I have a good collection of his work at my home that I constantly look to for inspiration.  He was a multi-dimensional artist, working not just on book covers but business identity and even interior design. I try to model myself after that—I work on different art forms such as print design as well as photography.

How did you come up with the name of your business?

Well, “Anon-y-Mouse” is a play on the word "anonymous.” For the longest time I didn't have an Internet presence at all. I struggled to put my work online.  I preferred my work to be found by other means, like word of mouth.  I didn't want to use my name for that reason the work should speak for itself.  The company should be known for the work, not me.

The "Eliza" invitation by Anon-Y-Mouse
What is your personal favorite item for sale in your shop?

The Eliza Invitation.  I think it’s a very unique wedding invitation, something you don't see every day.  I love the way the whole thing came together, the font and compositions seem to be made for each other.  The design lends itself to be printed.   It looks great in your hands.

What is your most cherished possession?

It's a three-way tie between my iMac, camera, and book collection.  My iMac holds every design project and photo I have ever created.  My camera is special because photography is my first love.  It's what I went to school for and what started my artistic journey.   And I just can't live without my books.  I have been an avid collector for about eight years.  They inspire me and I also love to read.  It’s one of my favorite things to do.

What would I find in your refrigerator right now?

I hate to admit it, but there is nothing in my fridge because I eat out all the time.  I prefer to eat out at a hole-in-the-wall restaurant and discover great new foods.  I know I don't have time to cook so I don't buy many groceries, when I do they just sit there and spoil.

Where would you like to be in five years? Ten years?

Well, first, I would hope to be in a studio at least twice as big as what I have now with a lot more natural light.  I find I work best when it’s bright and it helps me get better product photos.  I’d like to be out of Los Angeles and living somewhere semi-rural.  I'm in love with nature and want to be closer to it.  In ten years i hope to be doing the same type of work, just bigger and better.  Hopefully my design/photography skills continue to improve.  Even now, I learn new things every day and will continue to find ways to make my products better. There’s always room for expanding my product line, as it is now I only have about 50% of my work up on Etsy.

WIN a set of 8 Valentine's Day cards!
And now (drumroll, please!) I am pleased to announce that Jonathan has ALSO generously decided to host a giveaway for a set of eight Valentine's Day cards, just in time to share with your favorite Valentines.  The winner chooses the style (winner receives eight of the SAME style).

To enter the giveaway, visit the Anon-Y-Mouse shop on Etsy and add it to your favorites.  Leave us a comment here to let us know you added Anon-Y-Mouse to your Etsy faves and mention the set of V-day cards that YOU would choose if you win!

For extra entries (leave a comment for each additional entry):
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The deadline to enter the giveaway is one week from today: Thursday, February 2, at 11:59 p.m. PST.

24 January 2012

You Anchor Me.

Yesterday I posted about Nan Lawson and her fabulous illustrations as part of my Angeleno shop owner series.  What I DIDN'T know ahead of time was that Nan also runs a photography shop on Etsy: You Anchor Me.  I started to peruse and I quickly fell in love!  This is a digression from "regularly-scheduled programming," if you will, but I wanted to show y'all some of Nan's photography from Paris -- shot on 35mm film and oh-so-dreamy!

Absolutely my favorite -- I'm going to order one for my new place!

"Eye Full" from You Anchor Me photography

"Simply French" from You Anchor Me photography

"Pink Paris Sky," a view of the city from La Tour Eiffel!

23 January 2012

handmade // nan lawson illustrations

When I stumbled across Nan Lawson's shop in my search for fellow Angelenos to feature in January, I knew I'd struck gold. Nan's illustrations are simply awesome: charming, quirky, a little bit hipster, and a whole lot of style for perfect home decor. Self-described "cute, quirky, nerdy" art in Nan's shop is great for any gift-giving occasion, especially if you know someone who's moving (HINT, HINT!).

The perfect art gift for your favorite photographer. :)
Nan Lawson (the artist's nickname, Nan, plus her middle name, Lawson) is influenced by a variety of artists and crafters all around her; she's inspired by different people all the time.

"I find myself inspired by so many things!" Nan told me. "I think I'm most inspired by fashion lately. I've been drawing a lot of characters and paying attention to the details of their clothing a lot. I love experimenting with my own personal clothing style, but drawing can take my ideas to whole new level."

Nan shacks up in Silverlake (super-cool neighborhood in L.A.) with her boyfriend and two kitties. Her work has appeared in tons of places online and in print, including Apartment Therapy, Decor8, and the illustrations included in the book Geek Girls Unite.

Reading Nan's response to my inquiry about her work space makes me wish I could draw: "I draw sitting on my couch, usually with a cup of coffee and some music or a movie playing. I work all around my apartment," she said. I'm jealous; it sounds relaxing! "For printing and shipping orders I have a small office nook, but I also take up most of the dining room table when I have a big shipment to go out." (Same here!)

I also wanted to know what Nan's personal favorite piece might be. "It changes all the time," she told me, "but right now it's my newest print called 'Music Is All Around.'"

Nan's current personal favorite: "Music is All Around"

Since this is my blog, after all, I now reserve the right to showcase MY favorites from Nan's shop!  I love "The Piemaker" as I presume it is an homage to Ned from "Pushing Daisies," a fabulous show cancelled before it should have been!

"The Piemaker" from Nan Lawson

Nan does a ton of other pop culture reference drawings, too!  What I actually really enjoy is that she doesn't explain her inspiration in her Etsy shop listings, which means you have to already know what she's alluding to (or make an educated guess).  My personal faves (I'm going to give away some of Nan's references here!) are Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, The Royal Tenenbaums, and The Life Aquatic (Steve Zissou!).

I have to list this one, too, per my obsession with typewriters (I might snap this one up for display in my new home office!):

"Grunge Typewriter" illustration from Nan Lawson

Nan also does custom portraits, but she doesn't do them all the time; be sure to sign up for her newsletter if you're interested in more info the next time Nan is accepting commissions for rad portraits like this one!

Awesome custom portraits by Nan Lawson -- sign up for more info to get one of your own!

Now, in Nan's own words...
What is your most cherished possession?
This might sound lame, but it's probably my Macbook Pro.  I use it all the time.  I run my business from it, I create my artwork with it, and I've connected with so many other artists through it.

If Hollywood made a movie about you, who would be cast in the lead role as you?
One of my favorite actresses is Carey Mulligan.  I'd love to see her play me; she'd have to put on a few pounds though. :)

Where would you like to be in five years? Ten years?
Five years from now I'd love to be illustrating for magazines and book covers. I think that's where I would like to see my career heading.  But, I'd be very happy if I was still running a successful Etsy shop and living off of my art the way I am now.  In ten years I'd love to have written and illustrated a book of my own!  But for right now I am happy to live in the moment, because who knows how long this will last?


Thank YOU, Nan!  Check out Nan Lawson's shop (you WON'T be disappointed -- she has something for EVERYONE!) and her other places in cyberspace:

20 January 2012

handmade // Elixir Soap with a giveaway

New house = new soap.
I'm moving next week, and that means PACKING.  It also means cleaning out my shower.  I have TONS of shower goodies: soaps, body wash, and about six different kinds of shampoo and conditioner.  Maybe I'm exaggerating a little.  What I do know is that bars of soap are one of those questionable items for relocation: is it worth it to throw half-used soaps into a Ziploc baggie to transport to my new house?

For me, that answer is NO.  My boyfriend would probably beg to differ.  He has one of those soap savers (I actually bought it for him on Etsy) into which he combines all his almost-gone slivers of soap so he can suds every penny of the 99 cents he spent on a bar of Dial.  But I digress.

My point is, I'm on the hunt for new goodies for my shower.  And that means shopping local + shopping handmade = Elixir Soap!  What a lead-in, eh?


I LOVE Dyani Brunner's collection of fun soaps in her Etsy shop, Elixir Soap.  I even love the packaging, which means the soap itself will have an extended shelf life (literally) -- lovely packaging deserves to be on display, if only for a little while before I need to actually use the soap contained inside.  Take the Parisian Garden soap set from Elixir!  That wrapping is way too awesome to be discarded, and the lovely seafoam green shade of ribbon is a great complement to the blue tile of the new bathroom I'm inheriting.

Wow, I am spending a LOT of time talking about soap.  Sort of embarrassing.  :)  I'll let Dyani do the talking from here on out!  Make sure you read all the way through for giveaway information!

"Cute as a Button" shea butter soap!
What has been your biggest inspiration as an Etsy artisan?
I try to surround myself with highly creative, inspirational people. I think that the economic recession has fueled a creative renaissance of sorts. Faced with unemployment, more people are taking a chance on their own artistic ventures and crafts of all kinds are just flourishing right now. I also admit to spending a fair amount of time on Pinterest, which is essentially an inspiration machine.

Can you describe your work space and/or work process?
My work room is a prime example of organized chaos. To the outside observer it’s a jumble of crock pots, scales, molds, shea butter, a million little bottles of essential oils and a bulletin board with orders tacked up; but I know where everything is. Every once in a while I’ll go through and meticulously organize everything, but I think I work better when I’m not busy trying to make my work space look like an Anthropologie display.

Who would you say influences you the most as a crafter?
Definitely my boyfriend. When I met him seven years ago he was a struggling comic book artist with a mountain of student loans and many part-time jobs. The easiest thing for him to do would have been to just give up on art, but instead he chose the path of plugging away tirelessly, making connections, and honing his skills constantly. Now he makes a living just on his art, works from home, and has enough spare time to work on personal projects -- a lifestyle that wouldn’t have been possible if he had taken the expected path, or given up when it must have been tempting to do so. Having him around makes it harder for me to be lazy.

Awesome guy gift: Ninja wasabi soap!
How did you come up with the name of your business?
An elixir is essentially a substance that is said to sustain life and cure all ills. While I’m not going to make any claims of magic soap, I will say that it can certainly improve your day. There isn’t a better way to wake up, in my opinion, than a warm shower and a bar of soap infused with exhilarating eucalyptus spearmint, it wakes you right up and leaves you in a good mood. I like the idea that a good bar of soap can, in some ways, be an experience.

What is your personal favorite item for sale in your shop?
Definitely the apple jack peel goat’s milk soap. I leave some out in my bathroom at all times for guests. It smells clean, but subtly spicy, and goat’s milk is so good for your skin.

What is your most cherished possession?
My Bichon Frise Dexter, although I guess a dog isn’t technically a possession. He’s just the most clever, sweet, funny little thing ever. Yesterday in my absence he went into the closet and chewed on my left shoe. I would have been mad, but I couldn’t get past being impressed, because to hide what he did he retrieved the right shoe as well, and arranged them together perfectly by the couch as though I had just taken them off.

If Hollywood made a movie about your life, who would you like to see cast in the lead role as you?
There’s nothing quite as boring as a biography of a youngish person, so my hope would be that Hollywood would be willing to wait a few years to make this movie, until I have a bit more life experience behind me. With that in mind, Dakota Fanning should be about the right age to play me when my theoretical movie comes out, and she’s a very talented actress.

What would I find in your refrigerator right now?
An unreasonable amount of organic produce mostly, some of which may have gone bad. I signed up for a farm delivery service with lofty ambitions of cooking healthy meals every night, but I live in downtown Los Angeles, and there are just so many good restaurants… You will also find four Stellas, some blueberry pomegranate juice, and soda. Nothing too exciting.

Where would you like to be in five years? Ten years?
I’ve spent a good percentage of my adult life managing retail stores, and would love to eventually put that experience to good use by opening a boutique. The goal would be to showcase a curated mix of mid-century furniture, soap and body products, of course, and handmade clothing by talented local artisans. Everything I’m doing at this point is sort of a step toward that goal.

Giveaway from Dyani: Bicycle Love Travel Soaps!
Thanks for sharing your shop and a bit of your life with us, Dyani!  I didn't edit down any of her answers because I thought everything was so interesting and I couldn't bear to make cuts.  I also didn't have to edit for grammar or spelling, which is always refreshing -- just like Dyani's soaps!  See what I did there?  :)

Now, Dyani has ALSO offered to bestow a set of her super-adorable set of three bicycle travel soaps upon one lucky Anna Delores reader!  I wish I could participate!!

To enter, head on over to Dyani's shop, Elixir Soap, and add it to your Etsy faves!  Leave me a comment here to let me know you've done this so I can be sure to enter you in the giveaway!  For extra bonus entries, add Anna Delores to your favorites shops (+1 entry), like Anna Delores on Facebook (+1 entry), follow Anna Delores on Twitter (+1 entry), and be sure to follow my blog on Google Friend Connect (+1 entry).  :)  Leave a comment for each completed task so your entries are counted accordingly.

Your mission (should you choose to accept) is get entries in by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, January 27 (that's one week from today!).  Good luck! 

19 January 2012

handmade // Fancy Dodo

Fancy Dodo's awesome avatar
"If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is, because everything would be what it isn't. And contrary wise, what is, it wouldn't be. And what it wouldn't be, it would. You see?"

This quote by Lewis Carroll from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass starts OUR adventures with Lorelai (Rory) from Fancy Dodo; it's also the quote that Rory uses to introduce the world to both her Etsy shop and her Facebook profile.  The shop name Rory chose for herself also echoes her admiration of the classic Alice in Wonderland story (and some of its goofy characters).

"'Fancy' was a nickname of mine and dodos are just plain cool.  I love the pop icons of dodos (Alice in Wonderland and Ice Age).  Most of my work is upcycling and working with found items no longer wanted by someone else.  It's taking something unique yet extinct, like the dodo, and making it fancy again."  Hence, Fancy Dodo.

Plaid bottle cap earrings by Fancy Dodo
Items in Rory's Etsy shop (as well as most of her items for sale on Amazon and eBay) involve giving former treasures a new life.  Her Etsy shop focus is on bottle cap earrings: super-cute, upcycled accessories with retro flair.

On top of selling her wares all over the Internet, Rory co-hosts a crafty blog called Adorning Schemes with BFF and fellow crafter Rachel.  The two lovely ladies also just created a "Sh*t Crafters Say" video that'll make Etsy sellers everywhere giggle with recognition.

Check out Rory and Rachel's crafty blog!

Rory also entertained a couple of questions about her crafting, life in L.A., and contents of her refrigerator.  Read on!

What has been your biggest inspiration as an artist/crafter?

Honestly, it's the blog and the Etsy community that has formed around crafting.  Just being able to browse tons of shops run by people just like me gives me tons of great ideas for my own and is a constant reminder that I can be successful just doing what I'm doing.

Can you describe your work space and/or work process?

Right now? A complete and total wreck.  I moved to L.A. from Boston in September and haven't quite gotten a system down.  My boyfriend just moved in as well and he really likes his space empty and clean.  I keep nothing on the desk and in turn he is not allowed to mess with my box fort a.k.a. work space.  As for my process, I usually have 6-7 different projects going on and I pick them up as I feel like it.  I'm starting to get more organized and I made a weekly calendar with a different craft (i.e. knitting, beading, bottle cap earrings, etc.) on each day that I must complete before fun.

Who would you say influences you the most as an artist/crafter?

My college animation teacher was a huge influence on my creative work process.  One thing she told me was, "if you take the time to redo your art, you will never be done.  Instead, take what you learned and make your next project better."  

Red and blue polka dot earring
What is your personal favorite item for sale in your shop?

Currently, it's the retro red and blue polka dotted bottle cap earrings.  I just love the pin up look of them! 

What is your most cherished possession?

Aside from the electronics I can't live without (iPhone, macbook, sewing machine, xbox), I'd have to say it's a tie between my vintage Olympus om-1 35mm camera and my DVD of the 60s Broadway version of Peter Pan.  It was my favorite thing to watch when I was little and I wore out a few VHS recordings of it!

If Hollywood made a movie about your life, who would you like to see cast in the lead role as you?

Well, I'm always told my celebrity look-a-like is Nicole Kidman, but personality-wise I'm compared to Zooey Deschanel.  My vote would be for Zooey.

What would I find in your refrigerator right now?

After investigating, I found milk, shredded cheese, GF beer, eggs, chili, pancakes, butter, roasted squash, and Greek yogurt.

Rory and Rachel, partners in crime.
Where would you like to be in five to ten years?

I would hope to be more grounded where I am.  I'd love to still be with my boyfriend only maybe out of debt and living in our own place.  Within ten years I'd love to be starting a family.  But I hope through everything, I continue to gain support for my crafting and blogging.

Thanks for taking the time to share with us!  

More places to find Rory + Fancy Dodo:

17 January 2012

3 Little Finches :: Angeleno Series Feature

Love favor tags by 3 Little Finches
This next shop owner actually splits her time between Southern California and London, England, so I suppose I'm cheating a little bit by featuring her in the Angeleno Series!  But her goodies are just too darn cute for me to resist.  She's also offering a special discount to Anna Delores readers!  Keep cruising the article for your coupon code!

Pauline of 3 Little Finches says her workspace is currently a mess -- "...but I can't work when everything is too organized. I travel back and forth from London to California every month, so I work out of two studio rooms: one in the flat I share with my husband in London, and the other one in my mother's home in Pasadena, CA."  That's one busy lady!

Rainbow paper cardstock hearts!
The name "3 Little Finches" came from Pauline's desire for a whimsical, upbeat shop title and was inspired by the three sweet little birds in her home: "I wanted to think of a name that was lighthearted and playful -- something that represents the products that I sell. I had three zebra finches in my London flat (now I have four), and the dynamics between the three original finches was hilarious because there were two males and one female and they were constantly bickering.  I thought '3 Little Finches' would be a perfect name for a slightly comical Etsy shop."

Striped goodie bags!
The sense of charm sparked by its name is certainly furthered by the products at 3 Little Finches.  Pauline offers a super-cute assortment of goodies, mostly for wedding but also for working some magic into everyday life.  And, of course, Pauline has some comedy (albeit eco-friendly comedy) infused: "My favorite item would be the eco-friendly '3D Pop-Up Caricature Cards' available in my shop," Pauline told me.  "I draw each customer's face and hand-punch them before attaching them onto custom cards with 3D dots. The best part is that they are printed on elephant dung card stock: 'Ellie Poo' cards, so they're eco-friendly and really special items, too."

Pocket-sized programs!
And NO, they do NOT stink of poop!  Pauline also offers many products in other eco-friendly materials, such as banana fiber tags and recycled kraft stock menus.

I also wanted to know who most inspires Pauline; it's her mother.  "She has always been a crafty person -- a domestic goddess for sure! She can knit, sew, craft, cook, and fix anything broken. She is the most well-rounded person I know, and has always encouraged me to create and always keep busy. My mom is the Asian Martha Stewart!  I was a fashion designer for five years and went to art school for fashion design for another four years, but her sewing skills put mine to shame."

Pauline keeps her own bits of inspiration handy, especially while she's jetting back and forth from Los Angeles to London.  "I always keep inspirational magazine clippings, quotes, and beautiful photos around and stored in my laptop so I always have some pretty things to look at while creating new ideas for my shop."

Gold metallic paper cardstock hearts!
Some of the fun stuff:

If Hollywood made a movie about your life, who would you like to see cast as lead role?
I look absolutely nothing her, but I have always had a bit of a girl-crush on Kate Hudson. And Amanda Bynes is pretty hilarious too. :)

What would I find in your refrigerator right now?
Fage Strawberry Greek yogurt, C2O coconut water, my mom's Chinese food, and LOTS and LOTS of eggs!

Candy-striped wedding favor tags!
Where would you like to be in five years
It's funny because if you asked me this question two years ago, I would probably say [I'd like to be] living in New York City with my own fashion label. But now I have become a lot more family-oriented and a bit of a homebody! I would love to settle down with my husband, have a couple of kids, and live in a real house (finally!) with a huge studio space for me to craft and sew. Sounds boring, but currently, my idea of a great weekend night is watching Netflix on my iPad and knitting!"

Here, here, Pauline!  A woman after my own heart.

More places to find the lovely Pauline:
  • Etsy :: for 10% off, readers can use coupon code NEWLYWED
  • Facebook

16 January 2012

leonora's swag swap starts NOW!

we. are. HERE.

the long awaited swag swap week is going on right now :)

Cliff Notes: All shops participating in the swap get to trade their swag with swag in other shops too!

Not participating in the swap? No Worries! Our shop owners have graciously offered you fine folks COUPON CODES so you too can go all "click, add to cart" crazy on these awesome handmade shops!

Are you participating in swag swap week? Make sure to re-read all the rules and contact your swapper via email! Please make sure your swapper is actually participating in swag swap week by referring to this list :)

Now what are you waiting for? Browse our shops, go swapping, use their coupon codes, and check back later in the week at YellowHeartArt.blogspot.com for group giveaways from some participating shops happening this Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday AND Friday!

COUPON CODE: homegirl is giving 15% off ALL items in her shop with the code "CELEBRATE", works worldwide too! Go on our friends in Europe and Canada, get shopping!


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COUPON CODE: enter SWAPLOVE at checkout for 15% off!


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COUPON CODE: enter SWAGER at checkout for 20% off!


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COUPON CODE: score yourselves 20% off EVERYTHING in the shop with SWAG20 at check out


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COUPON CODE: Enter SWAG20 to get 20% off all these hair lovelies! GO GO GO!


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COUPON CODE: Enter SWAGSWAP20 to nab yourself 20% off! (WOOT!)


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COUPON CODE: If you enter SWAGSWAP12 at checkout you get 15% off on ANYTHING in the shop! ((US & Canada only please)) ((good till end of swap Jan 21st, 2012))


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COUPON CODE: Enter SWAG10 at checkout for 10% off! ((US only please)) 

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COUPON CODE: Enter SWAPWEEK and get 10% off anything your heart desires <3

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COUPON CODE: Enter SWAGSWAP at checkout for 10% off ANYTHING! (holla)


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COUPON CODE: Enter SWAGSWAP10 and get 10% off any and all items in the shop!


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PROMOTION: Free Shipping on all prints until December 20th. No coupon code necessary- all print shipping is already discounted. Free shipping available on U.S. print orders only with discounted shipping rates internationally.

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COUPON CODE: Enter "SWAGSHOP" at check out for FREE domestic shipping!

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COUPON CODE: Enter SWAGWEEK for 20% off anything in the shop! (she also has items for big people too! Fun iPad sleeves and purses)


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***IMPORTANT NOTICE*** Kristina had to put her shop in vacation mode during this week, please visit her "sold" section to see what items she has. She will be available for contact. She apologizes for any inconveniences!
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COUPON CODE: Enter SWAG15 for 15% off these ADORABLE purses!

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COUPON CODE: Enter "SAVE10" at checkout for 10% off anything you want!

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COUPON CODE: Enter "SWAPIT" for 15% off these hand stamped lovelies


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COUPON CODE: Enter "SWAPWEEKLOVE" for 20% off ANYTHING in her shop! (aww yeah!)

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COUPON CODE: Enter SWAGSWAP20 for 20% off these lovely rosies!

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Swag Swap Week is going on from January 16th 2012 - January 21st 2012. Coupon codes will expire once the week is over.
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