Here’s a seriously awesome deal for all you Michaels shoppers out there.
From now through April 7, you can get 25 percent off your entire purchase online, including sale items, when you use the promo code 25APRILDM.
If you prefer to shop in stores, here’s a coupon good for 20 percent off that you can print or show the cashier on your phone (we didn’t see an in-store coupon for 25 percent off, but let us know if you find one!).
The 25 percent off online coupon even works on sale items, which is great news because Michaels is having a ton of sales right now.
40% Off Spring And Summer Floral Wreaths, Garland And Accents
For starters, they’re offering 40 percent off spring and summer floral wreaths, garland and accents.
You can score this beautiful wreath, made to look like mixed eucalyptus, fern and blueberry leaves, for $26.99 (regularly $35.99).
60% Off Spring Decor
40% Off Spring And Summer Stems
And 40 percent off all spring and summer stems.
40% Off Gallery And Float Wall Frames
You can also get 40 percent off gallery and float wall frames by Studio Decor, like this pretty gray gallery frame for $13.49 (regularly $17.99).
Michaels is also offering buy one, get one 50 percent off paper crafting tools. This paw lever punch ($5.99) is included in the deal!
On top of that, you can get buy one, get one 50 percent off on Siser heat transfer vinyl products, too!
Free Michaels Crafting Event This Weekend
If you didn’t know already, Michaels offers some pretty cool crafting events. Most are free, though some have a small charge for supplies.
This weekend, on Sunday, April 8, your kids can attend a free crafting event! It takes place from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., so you can get a little browsing/shopping done while your children make fun picture frames.
This session is broken down into two groups: ages 3 to 8 and ages 6 and older.
The younger crowd’s project is an adorable house-style frame:
The older kids’ project involves a little more detail and features a funky, art-deco style frame that they’ll be proud to display.
Parents of older students are asked to sign up before arriving to the workshop.
How fun is that?