Thursday, November 25, 2010
Black Friday Sale at Stamping Scrapping
Surprise!! The sale is starting early ....... 11 A.M. EST. Enjoy!!
It’s that time of year again, the turkey, ham, yams, rolls, all of the good fixins’ of Thanksgiving ….. and shopping!
Black Friday is a tradition for some, to get up early, fight the crowds and hit the stores to pick up the best bargains possible. Why not get an early start on your shopping without even leaving the comfort of your own home?
Hop on over to Stamping Scrapping at 7PM EST Thursday evening for a HUGE sale. Never shopped at Stamping Scrapping? Here is short bio about them:
Stamping Scrapping is a brick front and online store owned by Kevin and Cindy Echtinaw. We have been servicing our community for 10 years and the cyber world for five. Stamping Scrapping has over 6500 items in stock from buttons to Sizzix Big Shotz. We also offer special orders of items that we do not stock, if you want it we will get it! Shipping is lightning fast and our customers receive their orders within 24-48 hours of purchasing in stock items. All of our customers, stateside and international, receive the best customer service available including quick (sometimes immediate) response to emails, phone calls and even some times hand delivery 7 days a week. We have own line of acrylic stamps, Stamping Scrapping Designs (SSD) that were created to use with Spellbinders and we are proud to be a Preferred Stamp Company with Spellbinders. We also have our own line of card scents and are the North American distributors for Bildmalarna and Gilli stamp lines. We also have several videos showcasing craft products and how to use them.
Tons of items have been marked down to make room for the new items to be released at the Winter CHA. You will find items starting at .99 and tons marked 40% – 70% off the already low discounted price from embellishments to machines.
If you want to get a head start grab a cup of your favorite beverage, pad and pencil and browse through the ‘aisles’ for those items to purchase. Stamping Scrapping even has a registry where you can add items that are viewable to all or just for you to see. When you are ready for a purchase you can purchase from inside your registry, that’s my favorite way to shop! Or you can make yourself a list but be sure you know what they are so you can get in there and shop fast before items are sold out. Cindy always has surprises in store so you never know what you might find! Happy Shopping!
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