Monday, May 07, 2018

Say It With Letters Wholesale

Hello and Welcome to Say It With Letters!

We're excited to have you visit and hope we can work with you and find something fun for your shop! We offer unfinished shapes for you to mosaic, mod podge or paint in your studio. The possibilities are endless! Wholesale Pricing is as follows:

8 inch - $4.25/each
12 inch - $5.75/each
Opening orders are $100 plus shipping
Re-orders are $50 plus shipping

Please e-mail or text me for more info! 
debdamboise [at] comcast [dot] net or 603-497-7887


ASL I Love You Hand

Peace Sign

Seahorse (recommended at a 12 inch size)

Thought Bubble




Awareness Ribbon


Coffee Cup


Dog Bone

Girly Girl Dress


Heart with Wings (recommended at a 12 inch size)


Hi Heel Shoe

Happy Home


Martini Glass





Scallop Circle

Crafty Scissors




Tea Kettle


Cat Face

Eiffel Tower



Thanks for visiting! Have a crafty day!
debdamboise [at] comcast [dot] net or 603-497-7887

Monday, May 12, 2014

You & Me Sweet Wall Letters

So I kind of couldn't wait to post these with the other Design Team projects.  I'm really loving this new {word set} of ours so I really wanted to share! :)

 These were designed by original Design Team member, Julie Ann Shahin.  Her work inspires me every month.  She's the type of designer who just always does something a little unexpected but oh so cool!  I think you'll agree...

She had a favorite sweater that had a hole in the stomach and couldn't wear it anymore.  She knew she didn't want to throw it away so she upcycled it!!


I love the little fabric tag too!  Details.

These are a sweet letter set.   They're really fun and personal to hang above your bed or in the bedroom.  I hope you enjoyed looking at them!

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Thank You with Free Shipping!

{Update:  Expires 12/31/13} Happy Fall!  We have been enjoying the cooler weather around here lately.  Although today was one of those special days where it felt like a little of summer.  The leaves are all so brightly colored we can't help but want to be outside.  The kids are having fun jumping in the leaves and walking in them to hear them crunch under their feet.

We're excited to be offering FREE SHIPPING as a special thank you to each of our customers. With each order placed over $30 we'll ship your order for free!  The offer expires December 31, 2013. Use coupon code FREESHIPPING30 at Etsy Checkout.

Thanks to each of you for your continued support over the years.  We appreciate you!

Monday, January 28, 2013

Shop Maintenance

The shop is down for a few days for maintenance.  If you have any questions or want to place an order, please feel free to e-mail me directly.  debdamboise {at} comcast {dot} net  

We'll be up and running shortly!

Friday, January 11, 2013

Baby Chicks!

Unfortunately, this Fall we lost several of our chickens to unknown predators so we are down to five hens.  We were so sad.  They are all laying eggs now but typically will only lay for two years and after their first year they drop off in production a little.  We ordered our chicks earlier in the week and they will be here the week of January 28th.  The kids get so excited when they see the box and hear the peeping!

We ordered a mix of 25 Brown Egg Layers.  It was a discounted price because we couldn't pick exactly which breed we wanted.  They'll just send a mixture of some of their best layers.  It'll be a fun surprise to see which ones we get.  We ordered some for us and some for my brother who has a farm.  We also ordered three of a breed called Araucanas, which they call the Easter Egg chicken because she lays blue-ish green colored eggs!  I know - isn't that exciting?!

I can see that will be one of the highlights of my day when we get colored eggs.  Look how pretty they are.

Today the kids don't have school so we're heading to the library.  Tomorrow we are checking out a new Winter Farmer's Market.  I'm excited to see what they have.  I'll share with you next week. :)  Enjoy your weekend.

Thursday, January 10, 2013

The Happiness Project

Like some of you, I'm working on my New Year resolutions.  Except this year I'm doing something a little different.  I read a book recently that inspired me so much that I'm following in her foot steps.  You may have heard of the book, The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin.  She took one year of her life and made small changes each month that made her a little happier.  

January I'm working on a few things.  Firstly, getting to bed earlier.  This is a challenge for me because I only get a few, short hours without my little ones and some nights I feel like I force myself to get to bed.  But, I also know that I feel so much better when I have a good night's sleep.  I've been getting to bed 30 minutes before my usual bed time.  It's only been a couple weeks and I have to say I'm feeling pretty good.  Some mornings (like today) I am up before the kids and have a little more time to myself.  It's quiet, I have my coffee, check e-mail (write blog posts).  Very enjoyable.

I'm also working on two areas of my house that drive me a little craaazy!  One, the kitchen counter.  It always seems to get cluttered no matter how I try.  And the funny thing about clutter is that it seems to multiply.  Once a few things are placed on the counter, more things get placed on the counter.  Neat areas tend to stay neat and clutter multiplies!  One thing I know adds to the clutter are the kids art projects.  As adorable as they are, they bring them home from school, we have a little art show and then I put them in the back corner of the kitchen counter.  Not so pretty then.  My solution is to either hang up the special projects, which we already have a spot for OR file them away immediately.  The other thing I did was put away any appliances we don't use on a daily basis.  For me that was our Kitchen aid mixer and toaster oven.  I use both of them regularly but not every day.  I cleaned and organized one of our bottom cabinets to make room for them.  Got rid of mismatched bowls and Tupperware, old cookie sheets and muffin pans, found some pretty glass mixing bowls that I was never using and brought those to the front so I can start using them.  It's funny how much more I enjoy cooking with pretty dishes to use.

And lastly, my hope is to paint my kitchen this month!!  Yippeee!  I still have crayon marks on the wall from when the twins were toddlers when I wasn't smart enough to use washable crayons (first time Mom and all). :) I may need more than a month to paint the kitchen since it will be done after kids are in bed and now that I'm getting to bed earlier it doesn't give me as much time, but I'll get there.

Sunday, December 23, 2012

The Stockings Were Hung... Happy Holidays!

Stockings created by the lovely and talented Leslie Marsh.
We wanted to wish each of you a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!  I'll see you in the new year.  I plan on spending the week with my family so I won't be posting until 2013.  May each of you be blessed with health and happiness in the new year.