PRLog (Press Release) - Aug. 10, 2012 - Only seven years ago, the search for quality ribbons in uncommon widths, patterns, styles and colors was a frustration for creative crafters. Erin Bailey and her team at TheRibbonSpot.com set out to change all that. Now that the company's web site has successfully reached its seventh birthday, craft fanciers are going to have even more reason to celebrate.
From August 13th through August 26th ...all purchasers using the discount redeem code "BDAY12" will receive 20% off their order. Customers purchasing with TheRibbonSpot.com outside of this range can still receive a discount of 10% off a new customer's first purchase.
"In the past seven years, we've shown a whole lot of people who sew, quilt and craft that there's no need to settle for less than the best possible ribbon for their project," Bailey said. "We want to start out our seventh year by making a lot of new friends with the same message. We're hoping that this 20% discount offer will convince them to give us a try."
New visitors to TheRibbonSpot.com will definitely have plenty of options to choose from. Ribbon widths are available from as narrow as 1/8" to a full four inches wide, with 13 incremental widths in stock. Projects that call for double ruffles, jacquards, grosgrain ribbons and sheer styles can draw upon the site's selection in velvet, satin and a variety of synthetics. Patterns and prints abound, with 45 separate styles available for Christmas alone. The product range was recently expanded to include tulle in solid and glitter styles, along with a full line of resin décor and belt hardware. In addition to craft ribbons, TheRibbonSpot.com offers gift wrapping ribbons and a variety of related craft supplies.
What's next for the site's growing selection of products? That's up to the customers, stated Bailey. "We get suggestions from customers all the time, and we're constantly adding new items in response to customer demand," she said. "When we started this site seven years ago, I had no idea that we'd have thousands and thousands of products in our selection. But we've always made it our business to stock what people are looking for."
The only thing for certain, Bailey added, is that variety will always be the company's top priority. "Crafting is a naturally creative activity," she explained. "As long as people are interested in finding products that will stimulate new ideas, we'll be working to expand the range of options. That's what makes us successful, and that's what makes this business such fun."