Wow…I didn’t realize I hadn’t posted on my blog here in such a long time. Whoopsie! It’s so easy to just post updates on Instagram instead of sitting down to write a full post. Anyway…I’m here to share that my 2023 calendar is now available to purchase on Zazzle!
Hello orchid lovers! I wanted to let you know that the Brooklyn Orchids 2018 Calendar is now available in my Zazzle store. The calendar contains original photos of orchids taken by yours truly at a variety of orchid shows and displays over the years.
My calendar measures 8.5″ x 11″ and lists American holidays throughout each month. It’s a great gift for orchid fans, or you can treat yourself to one! I know I’ll buy a calendar for myself, as I do every year.
The calendar costs $24.90, but Zazzle very frequently offers promo codes with varying discounts. There is currently a 20% off sitewide discount when you use the code ZAZZLETWENTY at checkout (promo ends at 11:59pm PT on November 19). And they typically offer promo codes for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, so if you’re planning to participate in the post-Thanksgiving shopping frenzy (I’m not judging…we all do it), that would also be a great time to buy your Brooklyn Orchids calendar!
Just a quick note: I haven’t updated much lately because there’s not a whole lot going on with my orchids. I hope that changes soon!
As always, thank you so much for reading and supporting my little blog. I hope all of your orchids are happy and healthy!
If you’ve been thinking about picking up a 2015 Brooklyn Orchids calendar, there is truly no better day than today. No joke: all Zazzle calendars are 65% off!! Enter coupon code ZAZCYBER2014 at checkout to get next year’s calendar, filled with 12 months of original orchid photographs by yours truly, for just $7.43apiece (regular price $23.10). I think I’ll be ordering a couple copies myself today. 🙂
The mercury has dipped—for real, it’s 27°F with howling wind in Brooklyn right now—and along with the chilly temperatures comes a ton of of eating, drinking, and, of course, holiday shopping. If you’re looking for a holiday gift for yourself the orchid lover in your life, why not snap up a Brooklyn Orchids 2015 calendar or two from my Zazzle Store? The calendar is filled with twelve months’ worth of original orchid photographs by yours truly and will brighten up any office space year round.
Regular price is $23.10, but Zazzle is currently running a 15% off deal, so you’ll only pay $19.64 per calendar when you enter the coupon code TISTHESEASON at checkout. The code is valid through this Friday, November 21st, so now’s as good a time as any to start your holiday shopping!
Lots of things going on around here! I love lists, so I present you this post in a list format.
New products in the Brooklyn Orchids Online Store: It’s been way too long since I last updated the products in my store, and I finally have some fun new things for sale—all using my original photographs. I’ve added all kinds of items like thank you cards (my personal favorite is this toothy-grinned Dendrobium, luggage tags (inspired by my upcoming belated honeymoon to Italy*!!), and even some random stuff like nail wraps (NAIL ART YESSSS), a cosmetic bag, and a throw pillow. The coupon code BACK2SCHOOL2 gets you 15% off all products (the deal ends tomorrow, August 20th, at midnight PT). If there are any of my orchid photos that you’d like to see on a particular type of product, let me know in the comments and I can whip one up for you!
Makeover is coming: I’ll admit that I’m the last person to embrace change, but my blog has had the same look for way too long and I’ve decided it’s time for a little spiffing up. Because I’ll be traveling to Italia soonish, I may not get around the all the changes until after I return, but for now just know that you will hit a completely different-looking Brooklyn Orchids at some point in the future. ETA TBD.
Pour one out for the dearly departed: I’m not referring to the disappeared people from The Leftovers. Today, I made the decision to send two terribly ailing orchids to the Great Orchid Farm in the Sky (aka my compost bin). One was the Phalaenopsis that my husband and I received from his parents in an arrangement for our engagement party last year (I hate admitting that I killed that one!) and the other was a Better-Gro Cattleya from Lowe’s that has fared quite poorly lately. I should probably not buy Better-Gro orchids anymore because most of them have died on me, although I do still have three that are doing pretty well—they just haven’t bloomed yet.
In case you were wondering what an underwatered Oncidium orchid looks like, let me show you: