What do these two things have in common?
Before I list these in the Glittermoon Cards Etsy shop, I wanted to give you, my dear blog followers, first crack at them. I will most likely be putting them up for the rest of the world towards the end of the week.
If you are interested in purchasing one – or more! – of these beauties, please contact me using the form at the bottom of this page. Once I know your zip code, I can accurately figure the shipping costs (so please do not forget to include that!) and I can send you an invoice. Easy peasy.
As a little incentive, I will take $10 off the shipping costs for anyone who buys directly from here until this Friday, June 20th.
As you probably know, I entrust these precious creations to FedEx Ground and that is not exactly a cheap date. Not cheap – but, so far, pretty darn safe. As a general rule, for those east of the Mississippi, you can expect the shipping to be in the $35-50 range. West of that is more expensive, I’m afraid; most likely in the $50-65 range. I will only charge you the actual shipping costs (which I why I need a little info from you).
So, without further ado, here are your choices:
And, last but not least…
HOLIDAY INN is SOLD!!
Please don’t be shy if you have questions. I am happy to do my best to answer them.
Have a wonderful evening and thank you!
Just a quick little post before I wander off for the evening, a stab at this week’s Photo Challenge.
Here is the Challenge: “Extra. A beautiful photo is one thing, but a photo with an unexpected detail has personality and pop. This week, share a photo that has a little something extra.”
These images are ones I took on my recent European trip. Please CLICK on them to see them larger – so much better!
In Prague, near the castle.
In Passau, Germany. I had the little dog in my sights and as I clicked the shutter, this boy became an extra – and a mighty important one at that. I think the picture is infinitely better for his presence.
In Durnstein, Austria. Many people won’t care much for this picture but I really love it. It appeals to my wacky side. I get a giggle every time I look at that silly stork with the baby doll in its mouth Just laying in the street, outside the town Rathaus, as if it was hastily forgotten.
Have a wonderful night everyone.
Be sure to look here for others’ vision of this week’s theme.
The rental van is packed and Phylliss and I will be taking off tomorrow for the Country Living Fair in Rhinebeck.
Before we go, I want to finally share with you the “real” pictures of the new wreaths and the large topiary that you have been patiently waiting to see. So in no particular order, here they are:
I have a waiting list for a couple of these in case they do not go home with somebody at the Fair. If you are interested in a wreath or the topiary, please use the CONTACT ME tab at the bottom of this post to send me an email; I will be happy to let you know if what you would like is available after the show.
Thank you all so very much for your enthusiasm and support.
And if you see this van on the road, please wave to us. We’ll wave back!