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Okay, one more procrastination post. It has no pictures of kids or cute stories, but I need to drum up a little Uppercase Living biz by the end of the month or they’re gonna cut me. I’m so not meant to be a salesperson! But, fortunately, they are having a sale on a bunch of soon-to-be discontinuted items: 40% off! Go to my Uppercase Living site (https://jentompkins.uppercaseliving.net) and click on the link on the bottom right. They’ll pay for shipping & handling on orders above $50, and I will pay for shipping & handling on orders under $50!
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And just to appease some of you who keep asking, here is a pic from our trip. This was Sydney’s opinion of the snow. [Read: DISLIKE] This was also everyone’s opinion of the snow after we were hit with a blizzard and got about 18 inches of snow in less than 36 hours. It was a MESS! (This pic was taken before the blizzard in the lovely, cold, dry weather with little patches of snow.)

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  1. OK, so I know you’ve used these Upper Case vinyls in your house, right? I just watched some of the video tutorials on application methods. Are they seriously that easy to put up? We applied some wall vinyl in my mom’s house a year ago and it was truly a torturous experience. It took about 2 hours for 3 of us to ‘scrub’ it with credit cards to get it to stick to the wall (it was about 4 lines of text at 3′ x 3′). If this is truly as easy as they show, I want to order some!!!!

  2. Ha! Angie, the thinner the font and the more letters you have, the more time-consuming it is. For instance, the daisies I have on Sydney’s wall were labor-intensive–also because the wall was pretty textured. If you put it on a smooth surface, it is really easy. But I would not call the process on a wall “effortless”! You could always order something small and/or inexpensive to try it out and see how you like it.

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