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Doing Something Worth Remembering Every 4 Years

February 29th, 2012 at 01:33 pm

It just seems though an extra day in the year is a great opportunity to do something out of the ordinary!

My first ideas were to: Get Out and HIKE, bike, zumba, or otherwise be active in a different way. But I had to work!

Another thought was to visit the library and check out something new like: iPhone Apps You'll Never Live Without, or even grab a $1 book from the sale shelf like Fodor's Hawaii.

So far I haven't a good answer but am not yet giving up! What are your suggestions??

And for anyone who wants to seize the savings, I will give every 4th item free for orders TODAY ONLY (2/29/12).

Simply checkout with 3 items and ask for your free item in message to seller*. Everything eligible! Here's a few new, original choices, see them all at

Text is Pretty Cheap Jewelry and Link is http://www.prettycheapjewelry.com
Pretty Cheap Jewelry or click on the sampler (left side bar).

Silk Mini Purse $6.50
Fashion meets eco ethic in a pure silk mini shoulder bag made from fine men's neckties. Fits a phone or gift card perfectly. Shown:
Text is Diagonal Stripe and Link is http://www.etsy.com/listing/93499557/silk-mini-pouch-diagonal-stripe-daddys
Diagonal Stripe, one of several available.


Kid's Cute Gloves $7.00
Tuck into an Easter basket, stay warm till spring has sprung. Shown:
Text is Silver Hearts and Link is http://www.etsy.com/listing/89663049/knit-gloves-black-heart-kids
Silver Hearts, one of several pair available.


Feather Me Beautiful $4.25
Green your St. Pat's Day, or save for Mom in May. Big hair barrettes from all naturally shed feathers (cruelty-free). Shown:
Text is Sweeping Peacock and Link is http://www.etsy.com/listing/82314081/feather-barrette-humane-natural-shed
Sweeping Peacock, one of several glittering styles.


*Free item to be equal or lesser value than other items.

2 Responses to “Doing Something Worth Remembering Every 4 Years”

  1. LuckyRobin Says:

    Do you do anything to sanitize the feathers? I would worry about the issue of disease from naturally shed feathers that aren't treated somehow. My daughter is nuts about peacock feathers right now.

  2. pretty cheap jewelry Says:

    Aside from choosing only those in good condition, undamaged naturally, I do not apply bleach or other chemical to sanitize. The 'quill' part of the feathers are fixed with hot glue and covered with ribbon (see the last picture in the link for the barrette).

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