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50th Sale Giveaway

I can't believe I've already sold so many of my creatures on Etsy. When I re-opened my shop on March 2nd of this year, I had only sold 2 items - paintings from 2006. Over the last couple of months, so many people have purchased and commented upon my creations. I'm blessed to be part of such a lovely community of artists and crafters on Etsy and to be welcomed by them with such encouragement.

My next sale will be my 50th, and the lucky buyer will receive an extra special free plumpie along with their purchase.

I will be updating my inventory on Friday, May 14th and have a small collection of plumpies still available in my shop.

Thanks to everyone for your encouragement, support, and, most of all, your friendship!


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