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Open Studio and weekend coupon codes for etsy shop!

This Saturday from 4:30-7pm I will have my studio open for people to come by and  purchase anything/everything!  Dan Phillips of the Phoenix Commotion will be having his monthly tour that day (flyers will be included to those attending on how to get to me.)  You can find out more information on their website: The Phoenix Commotion 

It's a great time see some cool houses made with reclaimed materials. I have worked on a few projects with Dan as have several other artists, it's inspiring to see what is possible when so many talented people get together!

I also just sent out a newsletter as well as posted on my Facebook Fan page about my weekend PaulaArt and Industrial Bloom 'sale'. (see below for info and codes)

Hi All!

While I haven't had much 'news' I am still plugging away, doing what I do over here in Texas.  I am doing a bit of an experiment to boost sales during this slower time and have created coupon codes for my two etsy shops.  These codes reflect the % off of the item NOT the shipping.  Keep in mind I have also lowered prices on some larger/heavier pieces as the post office has raised prices on shipping, and well lets face it...times are tough.  Now is the time to get that piece you've been wanting!  I will be adding more listings to both shops throughout the day/weekend. 

In my PaulaArt shop I am having a 10% off all purchases of $20 or more. This coupon code is good from now until June 30 ~  just use this code at check out: ENDOFJUNE20

In my Industrial Bloom shop I am also having a sale good thru July 4 ~ 20% off my flowers! This code is valid thru July 4th. Use code: JULY4
(several flowers can easily be shipped for $10-20)

Feel free to pass this on to your friends/family if you know they have been wanting some art!
Thank you and have a wonderful summer!

Comments

Rebeca Trevino said…
hi paula, haven't seen/heard much from you on your blog in a while, just thought i'd check in to see what you are up to.

where in texas are you? (i'm sure you have said on your blog but i can't remember) i'm from corpus christi. moved to california about a hundred years ago though.

anyway, hope you are well and making good art.
Rebeca Trevino said…
ps: i think i have said this before, but i love your work.
paula said…
hey you! nice to have you visit and check in. blogs feel DEAD to me and i basically just post stuff on my fan page. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Paula-Art/113143238544 so if you are on facebook there i be :) hope you are doing good too. (i dont visit blogs anymore either....good got rid of their blog reader and that sealed the deal for me!
paula said…
ps i'm in huntsville going on year 5!

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