I am so excited to announce my new Etsy shop.
My old one will still be up and running, but I decided to open a second shop, too. I considered combining the two, but ultimately decided that it would be better with both.
My new shop will be dealing EXCLUSIVELY with digital downloads. You don't know how excited I was when I discovered this concept. It started with me stumbling upon a wedding site that designs wedding invitations and sells them as digital files, and the buyer gets to choose the mode of printing. Little bells started going off in my head... What a brilliant idea! The wheels started turning and I realized that this concept could be applied to a LOT more than just wedding invites, I could do art, like the ones below, or stationary or digital scrapbooking supplies. The sky is the limit with this shop and it makes me so excited!
This new shop will be a win-win situation for customers, too. With my old shop, I felt bogged down because my ability to produce new things outpaced my ability to stock them. I want my customers to get a full range of selection, and my new shop will enable me to do that. Since I'm just selling the files, it cuts out the overhead of printing and shipping, for me and for shoppers.
Printing sites like www.snapfish.com, or iprintfromhome.com, make it so easy and SO affordable to print your own things. And since customers will already have my artwork, they can choose whether they want a photo print, a gicleé, or even a canvas done. And they can always print on their home computers if they want.
See? It opens up a whole new world of possibilities!
I hope you all check back often to my new Etsy shop. I have all kinds of awesome plans and things are rolling out as fast as I can make them (during naps and in between other jobs). The first things to go up in the shop are these 8x10 LDS temple pieces-
But this isn't all. There will be LOTS more to come! In the meantime, go check out the temples, they're ONLY $3.00. Even considering your printing costs, that's a steal!
I hope you check out my efforts to make more of my work available. I only create designs that I would use in my own home and life.