Another sale? Wowzer!!
A huge 30% off T-shirts in my Zazzle store until midnight 25 August 2017 (USA time).
Don’t miss out.
At checkout, use the code: SHIRTSMADE4U
(Note this offer may not be available in all countries. Ensure it works for you before proceeding through checkout).
Here are some links to t-shirts in my Zazzle store:
Women’s T-shirts: https://www.zazzle.com.au/missterrywoman/womens+tshirts…
Men’s T-Shirts: https://www.zazzle.com.au/missterrywoman/mens+tshirts…
Children’s T-shirts (including baby’s): https://www.zazzle.com.au/missterrywoman/mens+tshirts…
NB: This offer excludes magnetic business cards, magnetic invitations, screen-printed apparel, fabric and gift certificates.
Sale time in my SpreadShirt Store for a limited time only. All t-shirts are 15% off from 25-29 August 2017
At checkout, use the code: 0817TS
Note: this offer may not be available in all countries. At checkout ensure the code works for you before proceeding.
This offer cannot be combined with any other offers or for the purchase of gift certificates.
BIG sale on paper items in my Zazzle store – 40% OFF!
Sale ends midnight 21 August 2017 (USA Time)
DON’T MISS OUT – limited time only
At checkout, use the code: ZAZPAPERSALE.
Here are some links to specific items:
Cards & Invitations
Art & Posters
Notebooks & Journals
Wrapping Paper, Stickers etc
Note: this offer may not be available in all countries, please ensure it works for you before proceeding through checkout. Note also that this offer excludes magnetic business cards, magnetic invitations, screen-printed apparel, fabric and gift certificates.
Winslow Homer (1836-1910)
Homer was an American print-maker and landscape painter, known for his artwork on marine subjects.
In his early career he worked as a commercial illustrator for 20 years, and later opened up his own studio. While he was already gifted in water-colour, he trained for just one year before producing oil paintings.
His artwork during the Civil War focussed on the war at home and its effect on women. After the war, many of his pieces were nostalgic, as if yearning for simpler times.
[Source: www.wikipedia.org and https://commons.wikimedia.org/]