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Art Sale Auctions ▼ Etsy Coupon Code

I generally try to avoid disclosing too much overtly personal info on here, but this year has been really challenging. I've had to face certain situations and come to terms with some disappointments, and with so many doctor appointments, plus a recent surgery, it's been not only physically taxing but also emotionally draining. I'm fortunate to have an amazing support team, but I know it's difficult for them as well. 

The medical bills are adding up and I need your help. I'm having a huge art sale on a selection of my original drawings & paintings from 2011- to present work.  There are also coupons codes available for Etsy & eBay auctions starting at just $9.99! Please check it out and share. I really appreciate your support! ♡

▲ Visit my eBay store The Wardrobe Trunk for art auctions.
▲Use the promo code SEPTEMBER10 for 10% off your entire purchase of $60 or more at my Etsy store now through September 30, 2014.
 
More eBay auctions coming soon!

Comments

Dale Clayton said…
Peachy keen! I really love those kinds of artworks. They snap and crackle like the best pop art, yet still feel comic-booky kind of current. Splendid! Glad you've put those up on Etsy and on blogspot for easy access. Kudos!

Dale Clayton @ Unleashing Potential

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