Thursday, August 27, 2009

Happy Birthday to Me Sale--Share My Celebration!

I've always loved learning about how other people celebrate birthdays. Here in the U.S. it's common to give the birthday child a "spanking," with one light whack for each year. In Serbia, however, people tug your earlobes one time for each year. I'm avoiding anyone who even looks at my ears today, because I'd have enough tugs coming that I worry my ears might come clean off my head. :0

I'm celebrating with a sale! Take 10% anything and everything in my Etsy shop today. This includes all chains, something I rarely discount. And Temari ornaments and Kumihimo necklaces, things I've never discounted before. And of course it includes all fused glass jewelry, glass decor items, supplies, craft books, and whatever other treasures you may find there.

Include a Happy Birthday message in the notes to seller as you check out, and I'll refund your overpayment or send you a revised invoice before you pay, whichever you prefer. Shop now, this sale ends at midnight tonight, Eastern U.S. time.

6 comments:

MilandDil said...

Happy Birthday! We just had a b-day sale a couple weeks ago to celebrate my b-day! Hope yours is successful!

Dil from MilandDil
http://www.milanddil.com

Laane said...

Happy birthday!!

I hope you'll celebrate your birthdays many more years.

Lang zal ze leven,
Lang zal ze leven,
Lang zal ze leven in de gloria,
In de gloria, in de gloria!

Hieperderpiep, hoera!
Hieperderpiep, hoera!
Hieperderpiep, hoera!

Mama Kelly said...

can't do any shopping today (sob) but I couldn't pass by without wishing you a wonderful birthday and a blessed year to come

Michelle said...

Hope you have a wonderful birthday! Good luck with your celebration sale!

Prayers4Theresa said...

Happy birthday! I hope you do something special and make it a great day!

Isis said...

Oh wow...really? it's your birthday but you get a spanking? That is an interesting way to celebrate. It must be a ritual to remind you that the first time you were "spanked" was right after birth, so that the doctors (or midwife) know that you are alive. I don't know if they still do that there but here in the Philippines yes, it is still being practiced.

Belated happy birthday! Too bad I didn't get here in time for the sale.