The question we have all [at least one time] asked a crush/boyfriend/husband – amiright ladies?? Well, since you’re all my crushes, I’m asking you. Do you notice something different about The Learner Observer?
I’ll give you a minute.
You have to look closely!
No…. I DIDN’T get glasses! [whaaaat? Blogs don’t have glasses…]
There’s a SHOP page!
Perhaps you noticed my sidebar also has a new item, letting you know about the shop. It looks like this:
Either way, the fact is – I opened an Etsy shop. It’s crazy, and feels a little bit surreal, but it’s here! I discovered a love of creating prints, and though I have so much to learn and I can most certainly improve on what I currently know, you gotta start somewhere, right? So this is my start. The shop may soon include some thrifted treasures as well, because Lord knows I got BIG love for thrift shopping! But that means looking into shipping costs and all that jazz, so… baby steps! [P.S. if you happen to know anything about shipping these kinds of things, fill a sister in, would ya?!]
To those of you who have been to the shop, have marked an item as a favourite or the shop itself, THANK YOU! I feel so incredibly lucky to have such a supportive group of people around me, and the love you show really, truly does not go unnoticed!
Now to celebrate this small feat of mine, I’m doing two things:
1. You can go to the shop and get 50% off anything with the code “NEWSHOP” until February 4th. Oh and if there’s something you’d like, a different colour, or a specific quote, please don’t hesitate to ask me. I’ll gladly make it for you and honour the code, too!
2. I’m giving away 3 prints to 3 people. Any print you want in either 5×7 or 8×10. But it’s not really just 3 prints… I’ll send one for you and one for you to give away to a friend. Because sharing the love is awesome, isn’t it?
To enter to win the print, all you have to do is follow the prompts below!
Win a Print from The Learner Observer Shop!
Remember you can Tweet daily for more entries!
Thanks again for all the love and support. This is kind of a scary thing to do, putting your work out into the world, but you guys make it a little easier!