Sunday, June 8, 2008

Eyeglass Crisis Fundraiser! 20% off in BOTH shops!


What is a person to do when her eyeglasses are completely ruined by 6 pounds of pooch? Why, have a sale!

Or a fundraiser.

Glasses are not exactly inexpensive to replace, my friends, particularly if your most recent vision exam is over a year old. I think any optician is obligated to put my eyes through the Spanish Inquisition with my vision after 12 months, and it's been closer to 24 months.

So, in order to afford a new pair of glasses (and to ensure continued tight quality control on your orders), I'm having a 20% off sale in both my shops through Friday, June 13, 2008! If you're ordering through AnnieHowes.com, simply put optician in the discount code box at checkout to receive your 20% discount. If you're ordering from Annie Howes on Etsy, put "optician" in the notes to seller box at checkout. I'll send you a revised invoice. This includes all custom orders.

Here's my pitiful attempt to repair them using E-6000 and a little creativity.

8 comments:

Leah said...

So the glue didn't work, huh?

woolies said...

love the clothespin.

:0)

SpinachNPeace said...

great sale! i had a similiar incident with my glasses about 2 months ago and I tried gluing them to no avail! check out zennioptical.com for good deals on glasses (although youll still have to pay for hte optician).

Sew Bettie said...

oh man! good luck with the sale.

Rosebud Collection said...

That is awful..It isn't any fun when that happens.

Marian said...

Oy! I just got new glasses early this month and OUCH! why are they so expensive!!! Incredible!
Well, I do more biz on Dawanda and I see that you have no 20% off there...boooo hahahahahaa No, joke.
good luck with the sale. im going to explore your shops because even though Im an illustrator/wetfelter, Im in loooove with this tile pendant situation!

New England Quilter said...

I thought that E6000 worked on everything!

Annie said...

You might want to try the GlassyEyes blog for links to reputable discount eyeglass and sunglass places. One place they list is Zenni Optical, but there are others, and with reviews.