While your spring blooming plants are just getting started, add some color to your late winter garden with garden flags!
This winter has been very brown and rainy, but out of the detritus of last autumn comes the daffodils, right on time!
Spring is nearly two months away, and all this brown needs some color. I’ve left my sample garden flags out in my front yard in all seasons, some since autumn 2019 when I started experimenting, and I’ve added two or three samples from each generation of garden flags I’ve made since July 2020 when I first offered them. The oldest have faded a bit and a few are fraying but that’s not too bad for up to three years outdoors in all weather.
So don’t worry about putting them out too early, or leaving them out all year. I knew they were good for a year or two in full sun during temperate months, and it’s only been the test of time to find they are durable enough that I can pretty much guarantee them for two years in all weather except for areas that may have really extreme weather.
Special: Two Garden Flags for $25.00
Maybe you want a gift or it’s hard to choose just one.
Garden flags are $15.00 each in person, $20.00 on my website to cover shipping.
But buy two garden flags for $25.00 using the discount code 25FORTWOGARDENFLAGS.
On my website, that’s a $5.00 discount plus free shipping, and in person you get $5.00 off and there is no shipping at all. All taxes, shipping and handling are included in that price.
Buy one for yourself and one for a friend!
This special discount applies to all designs of garden flags, nature and cats.
The discount is good through February 28, 2023.
Here are a few galleries of flag designs I designed and currently have on hand, but it’s by no means all of them!
Cats and Flowers
Lots of cats!
Nature and Wildlife
Where to find all the products
The manufacturer of the fabric transfers I use to make these and many other products will give me a discount on purchases if I tag them and mention them on social media when I post a product where I’ve used their transfers. I am more than happy to do this for the quality of their transfers and the things I can make when I use them, and their customer service as well. Visit their website: https://nufunactivities.com/
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Marketplace is a feature on The Creative Cat to share the latest coming out of my studio with my readers. Once a week on Thursday I feature something new in my “shop”.
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It’s all done under the close and careful supervision of my studio cats!
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