December 15, 2009

Get 50-75% OFF at DaySpring Today!

Shop DaySpring Christmas Gifts, Cards, & Decor

I finally joined up to be a DaySpring affiliate. I've been buying their cards and goodies for years. They are sold at Christian bookstores and online. I adore their stuff. They were also one of our sponsors for the Homeschool Blog Awards, giving away a Christmas apron set for mama and a young girl to one winner.

I got an email from them yesterday saying that yesterday and today they are offering up to 75% off on their Christmas items. What a great deal! DaySpring offers gorgeous jewelry, home decorations, nativities, coffee mugs, family Christmas cards that you can customize, greeting cards and more.

I am a greeting card addict, truth be known. Their boxed cards are some of the cheapest cards around. I love having cards on hand to send a thank you or encouragement note by snail mail. This is a habit that I have tried to instill in my kids through our homeschool as well. We do a lot of card-sending as part of our "correspondence" section of writing. They have quite a few pen pals and we write our Sponosored Compassion Kid in India, too.

Anyway, if you are trying to get your gift list checked off and you are interested in something from DaySpring, here are the shipping dates you might want to take note of:

Important Christmas Shipping Dates:

  • Order by Dec 16 for guaranteed delivery by Dec 24 with FedEx Ground (free on all $50+ orders!)
  • Order by Dec 21 for guaranteed delivery by Dec 24 with FedEx 2nd Day Air
  • Order by Dec 22 for guaranteed delivery by Dec 24 with FedEx Next Day Air
If you do decide to order some little Christmas gift through my link, thank you in advance! Of course, my DaySpring link will be here all year, so please feel free to stop by if you are planning to get something from them. Every penny we make on commissions helps keep my family happy so they allow me more time to blog!

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