Ilovediyart.Com Announces a New Collection of Paint by Number Kits

A new offer is announced on ilovediyart.com. This special offer is available for paint by numbers kits. It allows customers to get a free kit when they buy three kits.

New York, United States - January 12, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

ilovediyart.com has announced a special offer on its DIY art products. This offer is also applicable on its range of paint by numbers products. As per this offer, they are providing one complementary painting on the purchase of 3 paintings.

The company is dedicated to selling products that focuses on affordable customizability and affordability. Most of their products are DIY, meaning people can customize it themselves. UK paint by numbers is an example of DIY products sold at their website. The current promotional offer is aimed at the sale of these DIY products.

“Our website is completely based on art and creativity” stated the Content Manager of ilovediyart.com. “We wish to provide our customers as much creative freedom as possible. Our range of paintings and DIY products allows us to do that. The purchase of these paintings also allows our customers to get a truly personalized product for themselves.”

The products available at the website will be including personalized paintings, frames and other supplies. With the personalized paint, customers can get a painting of their own personal photos. Ilovediyart.com will also have the provision for customers to submit their photos. They also provide a painting kit version for the same. The painting supplies available on the website include painting brushes, brush holder and wooden and aluminum frame.

Apart from these, they will also have 1000 UK paint by numbers for adults in their entire collection. Their new offer is applicable on these paintings, where one can get a kit for free. They can also claim it by buying any 3 of their paintings. The company states that this offer will be exclusive and available for a limited time only.

The Sales Executive of the company said, “We always look forward to provide special discounts and offers on our products. From time to time, we come up with some of the best offers on paintings and art supplies. Our regular customers will concur to that. The new buy 3, get 1 offer is up for people to take advantage of. There will be more such promotional offers in future.”

Additionally, this offer will be providing a discount of 33% on 4 paint by numbers. People can also get this discount by purchasing 6 or 9 UK paint by numbers. This promotional offer can be availed once by every customer for a single order.
Time will surely tell how this promotional offer attracts their target customers. With this offer along with others, the company is aiming to increase its sales for the next quarter.

About the company:
Ilovediyart.com is a website that is completely dedicated to DIY art products. Paint by numbers and diamond paintings are two of their exclusive products. Apart from paintings, they also provide painting supplies and entire paint kits.

Contact Info:
Name: Ali
Email: Send Email
Organization: I Love DIY Art
Address: 139 Broadway, Staten Island, NY, 10310
Phone: 1-845-251-0006
Website: https://ilovediyart.com

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