lemon drop shop

you’ve probably heard me mention the lemon drop shop a lot lately – its a new favorite of mine, filled with fun party supplies and other goodies!


i used a handful of items from their shop for the baby shower i shared with you earlier this week, but there are so many other fun items in their shop!


i love the idea of hosting a valentines party for my kids and their friends, but never seem to get around to actually pulling it off!  but with this adorable kit, it seems just a little more possible!


another big party help: bash in a box!  you choose your color and get a box of straws, balloons, cupcake liners, favor bags and so much more!


and lemon drop shop also has a sister shop – always very.  my favorite knit cowl is from there and, if our weather would cool off, i’m eying the mossy green cowl, too!

sweet brooke, from the lemon drop shop, has offered us free shipping on domestic orders with code PLEATEDPOPFS or 20% off your order with code PLEATEDPOP20!!!

what will you choose?!


new postcards!

postcards from uprinting

it has literally been years since i ordered postcards for my business, so when i ran out i decided to redesign them as well!  thanks to my big sister/graphic designer and Uprinting.com, i am the proud new owner of some beautiful Uprinting postcards!

post cards from uprinting

i am so impressed with the quality of the postcards, which i was honestly suspect of.  all of my previous marketing material has been printed at another online site, so when i price compared that site to Uprinting.com, there was no comparison!  Uprinting.com was so much less expensive.


if you know me much at all, you know that technology and i don’t get along all that well.  if a site is not easy for me to use, i don’t use it.  if i don’t understand it, i don’t use it.  Uprinting really breaks down the process into clear, easy steps.  you choose your product (biz cards, post cards, even rolled canvases!)…


then select the size , paper type (i prefer glossy), the quantity, printed side (front only or front and back), and how fast you want your product!


the next step is to add your design.  you can actually have Uprinting help you with your design, or upload your own.  i gave my sister/designer the dimensions i was going to order (5″ x 7″) and she sent me a high resolution PDF.  i saved the PDF on my desktop and easily uploaded it to the site.

these post cards are great for having out at boutiques (a little more impactful than a business card), but i also use them sometimes to add to orders before they are shipped out.

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legal mumbo jumbo:  i wrote this post as part of a paid campaign with Uprinting.com and Blueprint Social. the opinions in this post are my own.