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24-HOUR EARTH DAY SALE

24-HOUR EARTH DAY SALE

ETSY COUPON CODE:

EARTHDAY

* 10% OFF all orders *

ends Tuesday April 23nd at 12 AM

 

I could not think of a better way to celebrate earth day than coming to attend a great craft show in the greater philadelphia area. Twice will be, along with a ton of other artists, to the Har Zion Temple at Craft Spectacular today (sunday 4/21) 9:30am-5:30pm and tomorrow (4/22) 9am-3pm. So many artists offer eco friendly products, you will not  be disappointed. So come, if you live in the area, and don’t forget to tell your friends.

 

Learn more about Eart Day here.

VALENTINE’S SALE FOR SINGLES 50% OFF EVERYTHING (24 HOURS ONLY)

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You are single, true, but nobody said you also have to be miserable on Valentine’s day. Spoil yourself with a nice take-home dinner, a good glass of wine, and why not!? Surprise yourself witha new pair of earrings! 

You don’t need a boyfriend to have a beautiful valentine’s gift, you can buy one yourself, with Twice’s help… 

Use coupon code VALENTINE for 50% OFF anything you want in the store. We are no Macy’s, this is a one time event, here at Twice! 

***Offer is not valid on custom and bridal orders.

 

Diamonds last forever, and so does plastic.
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Welcome direct checkout

We all know that no matter how you got here, it was because of your interest in handmade goods and/or your warm  support to local businesses. By giving handmade gifts, you will make this holiday special for all the people you love.

To make your shopping even easier, we worked hard to launch direct checkout from our website. You can starting now buy our eco-elegant jewelry directly directly from our website. We are very happy that we made the impossible to set up the shopping cart in time for the holidays. Because we constantly strive to make Twice better, we are already working to improve your shopping experience. In the meanwhile, enjoy free shipping on all our products, when you purchase something directly from our website. And remember, we are happy to accommodate custom orders and we commit to ship most orders the by the next business day.

Thank you for your support.

Stefania,
Twice

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Five things I’ve learned about shows from being 6 months on the road

Here I am preparing for my next show, the second to last one for this year. It is expected to be a very busy one, and I a thrilled to not having to drive for more than 5 minutes to get there… The season started intensely in August and only a hurricane (Sandy actually, I am not joking) stopped me for 2 weeks.

The best show of the season was a Green Fest in Connecticut. I don’t think Connecticut had too much to do with the success, but the instead a combination of the right crowd for my product and a well advertised event.

 

The worse show of the season was in Philadelphia. Again, I am sure Philly was not the problem because I’ve had some great shows in the area, neither were the organizers who did a great job in the past. My suspicion is that the theme was a bit off. Here’s how it went: people came over after buying a $20 ticket to wait until a cow pooped on the grass. Yes, you are not misreading, people spent something like 2 hours staring at a cow’s ass waiting for her to shit ont he grass. The grass fence was divided in squares, squares were numbered and the lucky winner would be the one whose square the cow shit on. That crowd was not clearly interested in handmade jewelry, or any handmade nothing, for that matters. The only stand that had some traffic was the funnel cake truck. Good for them and for the pro-diabetes community. Bad for me.

Now it’s time to sum it up. Here’s a few things (which will translate in rules for next year) I am taking home from 6 months on the road:

1) Never go to shows involving animal activities.

2) Never go to shows involving poop, of any sort. Also vegetables, fruit and other edible things are banned.

3) Foodies food trucks are good; junk food food trucks are bad. 

4) Never go to shows that cost less than $70/day. That typically means that the shows was not advertised AT ALL. 

5) Last but not least: Never go to shows involving children activities. Their behavior typically ranges from disruptive to destructive and parents can’t focus on shopping if kids are insistently asking for candy.

Now, these rules wont apply for everybody. If you are selling hot dogs or funnel cake, you should probably ignore all the rules stated above.

 

And you? What was your experience with shows this past season?

 

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Stunning Collection of Summer Trends

SUMMER CLEANING CLEARANCE SALE – RECYCLED JEWELRY

Sure, you are probably thinking: “Summer cleaning dude!? you are like… a season late.” Well, I would have had a jewelry spring sale if I had the time, but between the end of the semester and several craft shows, I barely had the time to shower this past couple of months~

Don’t think that this late spring cleaning idea is only limited to my jewelry. In fact, I have a 4 feet tall pile of clothes to donate that I just pulled out of my closet yesterday, I cleaned the house (including underneath the furniture – yes I don’t do that often, deal with it!) and organized my jewelry making tools.

That is good for me, but the sale is good for you! you can now have those funky shampoo bottle earrings that you saw in December and those other pair of dangle earrings with the super geek shampoo ingredients printed on. While waiting for Twice brand new website to be on and allow direct check out, visit my Etsy store and grab a pair of eco-chic, upcycled, ethical pair of earrings. You deserve them, after all, it is the end of the semester for everybody!

Enjoy!

Stefania

 

 

 

 

 

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Some of these are just too beautiful to let go.