Thursday, March 06, 2008

Make—or Wear—a Scene

First off, thanks to everyone who commented and sent me notes of support; I appreciate it more than you know.

I'm doing much better now.

Today I thought I'd mention a fun new product some of my readers might enjoy.

When my brother-in-law Brian was on his mission in Italy, he came across men's ties with artwork on them depicting various events. The idea stuck with him, and now, many years later, he's doing something similar.

Enter Scene Ties, designed by artists with images from the Bible, Book of Mormon, and U. S. History.

Currently, my husband owns this one, which is a pretty, blue-tone number that portrays pioneers crossing the plains. (Pardon the blur; the pictures didn't transfer here all that well):



And my son picked out the one showing Daniel in the lion's den (a play on our last name, I think):



Scene Ties also has ties with the Stripling Warriors, Samuel the Lamanite, and the signing of Declaration of Independence. More of these 100% silk ties are in the works.

So here's the kicker: If you'd like to try one out (or buy one for a gift for the man in your life, or maybe a missionary), check out the web site here.

When you check out, you can get $2 (about 12%) off a tie when you enter this coupon code:

thelyonstale

(Note that there are no spaces or punctuation marks.)

They're really pretty ties; I hope you'll check them out!

5 comments:

Luisa Perkins said...

Oh, my boys will be ALL OVER these. And I might just have to get one for the Bishop. Thanks!

Kimberly said...

Oooo...they're just lovely! Thanks for the link and the coupon!

sogratefultobemormon.wordpress.com said...

wow, those are beautiful!

glad you are feeling better hon, kathleen xox

Anne Bradshaw said...

Fun ties. Thanks, Annette! The only out-of-the-ordinary tie my hubby has is a Mickey Mouse Christmas tie--not quite the thing for every day use :-)

Bobbi said...

Thanks for the Father's Day gift idea, Annette! I just ordered Eric the Declaration of Independence one since he loves American History stuff! Good prices, too!!!

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