Memorial Day weekend marks a time to remember the fine soldiers who have fallen during service. The Sin in Linen family includes a long line of veterans and we acknowledge the sacrifice of the fine men and women of the military who’ve given their lives while in service and send loving thoughts to their family members.
In honor of Memorial Day, we’re having a big huge Spring White Sale. This is our deepest discount for the year so act now! If there’s something you’ve had your eye on but have been waiting for a deal, now is the time. Pick up new goodies for your home to spruce up your décor for the Spring Season.
Use coupon code MEMORIAL2010 till 6/7/2010 to receive 35% site wide at www.sininlinen.com. Be sure to check the Sale page for extra deep specials!
We’ve chosen a handful of our freshest patterns as super sale items. These prints give pizzazz to any bedroom.
They’re a steal!
Grab a handful of Tattoo Dish Towels for when you are swabbing the deck and taking on kitchen duties in the Mess Hall.
Sin in Linen is a Proud Supporter of The Pinup Angels
Support the Troops by supporting the Pinup Angels!
Meet the Pinup Angels at June 11th-13th at the Ink – N – Iron Festival held aboard the Queen Mary in Long Beach, CA. From tattooing to pin striping and tantalizing show goers with tight corsets the 7th Annual Ink-N-Iron Festival is laced up and racing for port! The Pinup Angels were created in the spring of 2007 by Miss Kitty Baby-a U. S. Marine and Lola Dee-a sister to two Marines. They are currently staffed by a team of hardworking pin-up girls from all over the USA.
Having sent care packages since the Iraq war started, they were looking for a new way to raise funds to pay for the contents and postage of the packages. The idea of ‘putting pin-ups to work’ seemed like it might be a viable fundraiser. Instead of these fun images sitting in a file folder somewhere, they are out there helping raise money for care packages. The Pinup Angels staff are not only models, but they are the driving force behind all of the boxes packed and they work the events they appear at. They are grateful to have help and support from countless individuals in their community.
Care package recipients are typically deployed servicemen and women serving in Iraq and Afghanistan with the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard.