Because of today’s auspicious novelty datitude (that’s 11/11/11, if you hadn’t noticed), I’m going to do my level best to totally wear out the word ‘eleven’, causing it to lose all meaning (eleveneleveneleveneleveneleveneleven…).
At the same time, I’m making Eleven very meaningful, because I’m having an ELEVEN day sale! It’s happening just in time, as it’s about ELEVEN days before the post office’s 22 November deadline for Christmas posting.
Make a purchase through my Etsy shop, and you’ll get ELEVEN percent off your purchase by inserting the coupon code 11ELEVEN11 at the Etsy checkout.
(Did I mention that you’d get an ELEVEN % discount on your order between now and 22 November?)
Also, if you say the code word ELEVEN at my shop, or at my market stand over the next ELEVEN days, you’ll get an ELEVEN % discount on your order too.
Keep an eye on this blog and sign up for my newsletter to hear about other sale-ish events and giveaways coming up too.
Ellie - Petalplum
Hi, love your overuse of 11 eleven 11 11 11 (11 11 11….). I also like the fact that postal cut off is 22 November, which is 2 x 11.
That’s all, bye xx
Ah, you’re right! Better than I’d thought!
The Lampshade Studio
Ouch! In the uk 11/11 is very meaningful, as it was Armistice Day :o(
Quite! South Africa was involved in WWI too, and in fact, a great uncle of mine was kiilled in that war at the age of 17. We mark Armistice Day events in our country, and poppies bloom on chests in remembrance. My blog post, however, is about a particularly novel date combination of 11/11/11 and obviously was not about disrespecting Armistice Day.