Have you ever wondered how I came up with my card designs? If you're curious about where I draw inspiration from, this week's blog post answers just that! I'm sharing 3 resources I regularly use to help me come up with new card designs. If you're in a creative rut- trust me, I know how much that sucks, continue reading!
I’ve sold at 6 pop-up markets now, and I’ve learned quite a few things each time. So, I wanted to share this knowledge with you all. Today, I’m going to share the 5 items (or categories of things) that you MUST bring with you to all of your vending events! Of course, this list is excluding your products because I think that is obvious. With that being said, let’s get into it!
Hello everyone! It’s been a while since I did a post like this- since September to be exact. So, I thought this week I’d give you an updated list of essential resources that I use every week. But before you read this blog post, you should see my first list of the top 5 resources that I use. All done? Let’s get into it!
Fewer and fewer people give handwritten letters and notes. That is such a sad fact! Anything handwritten has always felt more genuine and caring than anything typed. Imagine getting a thoughtful email or text. Nice, right? Now imagine receiving a handmade card with a handwritten message inside. You feel appreciated, special and your heart warms up. Don’t you want that same effect for your recipients? Business owners, take note: sending a handwritten thank you card to your clients does wonders for your business! However, it’s hard to translate all of those thoughts into words. I get it- we aren’t used to writing our thoughts out in an eloquent way. That’s why today, my blog post features 3 surefire ways to write a...
I have talked extensively about my Mini Misti on my Instagram page in this post and this blog post. I love maximizing my tools, which led me to create this blog post today. In case you were wondering, I got my Mini Misti from Ellen Hutson LLC, but you can also buy it from My Sweet Petunia and Amazon. So without further ado, here are 3 ways to use your Mini Misti.