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I did a quick search of the forums and didn't find any mention of the site, so I thought I'd share.
Just in case you needed another web site to shop at, Peachycheap.com is a deal-of-the-day type of web site that features scrapbooking goodies. I've purchased a few things from them since they started shipping to HI and they ship within 2 days of purchasing (usually next day). For some items, their $5 flat-rate shipping price is a dealkiller (especially when it's a small/lightweight item that fits in a small envelope and you know it was only $2-$3 to ship first class :/). I have gotten some good deals (e.g. 4 books of rub-ons for $7 shipped - I had just gotten 2 of the same books in diff colors for $7 each ), so it's definitely worth looking at in the mornings (or at night if you're up when they update).
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Interesting...just one item a day is all they sell???
Yep - they basically buy things that are being discontinued or discounted in bulk, then they put 1 item up a day, tell ya the details and they usually have examples of how the product can be used, they tell you what kind of deal it is (total % off the normal retail price) and once it's sold out, it's gone!
If you're not familiar with deal-of-the-day sites - especially baby/kids/mama related ones, that's prolly a good thing