Black Friday may be a little gross at times, but it's also an opportunity for us to divert and reclaim more paper by the sale of our products. So we're a little conflicted!
To that end, we're going to keep it simple this year, and get right to the savings in an effort to get more paper into our products and out of the waste stream. All of the details below:
- 40% off using code BLACK40 (limited uses)
- 30% off using code BLACK30 (Friday only, limited uses)
- 20% off ALL...
I wanted to send along a note about my newest Resketch product that's on Kickstarter right now – it's called Resketch Note.
It's a 1.5-inch pad of 3 x 3-inch reclaimed paper, made of all different kinds of paper – easy and useful. And best of all, the most eco-friendly choice with 100% reclaimed paper. Certainly not rocket science, but it's definitely eco-conscious!
You can watch the video and read all about it here:
Resketch Note is made up of a lot of cut-offs and other stock that was too small for my other...
Hi friends, hope you're having a lovely week. I have some exciting news to share – the savings kind of news. And more than some intense, consumption-based sale, I've gone and permanently lowered the price of all Resketch products effective immediately.
Here's how it breaks down:
To say thanks for your support and making 2016 an amazing year for Resketch, I'm offering a FREE Resketch Mini with every purchase of $25 or higher from now through the end of the year.
It's easy. All you have to do is...
- Shop as you'd like here, making sure to spend at least $25
- Add a single Resketch Mini to your cart
- Use the code BIGMINITHANKS when checking out
- I'll have a Resketch Mini added to your order free of charge!
As you may have seen, I produced a test run of a new size called Resketch Journal, and the feedback was fantastic. Today, I launched my third Resketch Kickstarter Project for Resketch Journal, and I hope you take a look.
As with all Resketch notepads and sketchbooks, Journal is entirely filled with reclaimed paper. Reclaimed paper doesn't go through a recycling process, and is instead found as is, always free of dirt / otherwise pristine condition, trimmed down, and reused. As such, it's the most eco-friendly option available (and what makes Resketch so unique).