My amazing and talented sister, Bethany, of Banners by Bethany fame is Back in Business after her maternity leave! Wooohooooo!!! Time to order some banners!!
I personally (well, my family) own 7 of her banners (happy birthday, I love Cambodia, live simply, give thanks, Olivia, Ava, Nina) and I NEED MORE. Like I always say, “less is always more, except when it comes to globes and handmade fabric banners with words on them.” Right??
I just can’t figure out what I want. I’m leaning toward phrases like “your kingdom come” and “do justice” and “every tribe” and “go, be, love.” But which one?!?
And I picked out this really cool yellow/grey (with elephants!!) color scheme, but…
I’m also really drawn to bright, colorful, patchwork-y combos.
And I LOVE her kitchen. It makes me so happy every time I’m in there. So colorful and spunky and whimsical and fun!! And you should see the black/white checkered floor! So great!!
In honor of Bethany’s return to banner-making, she’s offering a week-long special to my friends and blog-readers. From now through Monday, July 21, you can get a Happy Birthday banner (in any font/color scheme) for 25% off!
The regular price for banners is $3/letter (+shipping), so a Happy Birthday banner would cost 13 (letters) x 3 (dollars) = $39.
But right now it’s just $30!!
And let me tell you, you will sooooo get your money’s worth! I’ve been using our Happy Birthday banner for all 5 of us (plus lots of random friends) for, I don’t know, five years now?? Four of us have birthdays four months in a row, so from October 31 to January 5, it never comes down.
And then you can contact Bethany with your order. AND BE AWESOME!!!
Because, really, your life probably isn’t complete without a colorful, beautiful, wordy banner than you can use and re-use and re-use and take with you wherever you go (and rent out to friends for their parties! ha! kidding!).
AND 50% of Bethany’s profits go to GLOBAL MISSIONS. Be still my heart.
Let me know if you have any questions!
And have an exhilarating day!! (to borrow a word from my friend, Isaac, in Haiti who was so kind to answer my question on his blog today)