Attack of Good Labor Day Sales!

Happy Labor Day :)

So, my inbox is flooding with Labor Day sale emails! Naturally, shopping and retail is a labor of love.

I’m not letting myself by anything… I don’t think. However, there are quite a few things tempting me.

I decided I’d pull a few things from the emails to share with you all :)

Do you remember the mobiles I got for Knox & Sloane’s nursery? They are blabla kids and I LOVE them. They can be seen here and here. Well, Layla Grayce has them for 10% off right now! That will save you a little chunk of change.

Oh, Layla Grayce, you really tempt me….

I would love one of everything. I’m certain I could furnish my entire house from this site.

*You can also get  20% off already priced sale items HERE. Just enter: “extra20″ at checkout.


You all know my love for Tiny Prints! You can get 25% OFF your entire order HERE. Enter “tpsw25″ at checkout.

OH – it also appears as though Tiny Prints now carries the Erin Condren Life Planners, but I think they might be an exclusion on the 25% off :( …I think you can probably get free shipping on it, though!

I’m currently trying to decide which return address labels I want. They have SO many to pick from.

Oh, and I take it back already. I have to give into this sale. Knox & Sloane need these Halloween labels.


One Kings Lane a Labor Day Blowout starting at 10am CST. Another place I should avoid because I always find tons of stuff that I like, such a my chairs! Although, I’m wondering if they will ever get the pillows again because I’m thinking I may need them in another room :)


You can get 10% off your ShopSosie order by entering “LABDORDAY12″ at checkout :)


Gap, Old Navy & Banana Republic have EVERYTHING 30% off.

If you like Stein Mart, you can print a coupon off their site and get 50% off “red dot clearance” and 20% off sale items. I ran and picked up some pajama pants yesterday 😉 NEEDED those…for $6, of course.

Happy Shopping!

If you know of any good sites and sales, feel free to comment with them!


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