So, I’ve recently been looking at my business and work-life balance and how best I can reward my customers but also continue to share my creative projects and so I am making a few changes that I hope will work for all of my customers and fans.
I will continue to produce a range of projects using Stampin’ Up! products (yes Ferrero Friday and Sunday Scoring are both continuing) and share my finished creations both online and in my classes, however they will not always be provided free of charge to everyone.
For my class attendees and online customers I am creating a new Very Important Customers (because you all are !) Facebook Group which will be a closed group where I will upload the instructions and videos for ALL of my paid for projects. This will be open to those who have purchased in the previous six months.
For those who shop with other demonstrators (and indeed for demonstrators) if a project is one that I have created that I have designed myself, or where I have created my own uniquely sized version. I will be sharing a photograph of the project and a video explaining the products used. There will then be a tutorial (PDF and video) available to purchase for £5 with dimensions in both Cms and inches.
Why am I doing this? Well, I want to provide unique projects for my customers and classes but this takes time and ultimately time is money…this is in part reimbursed through class fees and sales, but it is then unfair on my face to face customers if they see these being provided free to others. I also want to reward those who shop with me online – but are too far away to attend classes. I am also contacted by many demonstrators who want permission to use my unique projects with their own customers and classes…..there are also some that are copying and reproducing without my permission, recognition or reimbursement.
Where I am sharing my take on a card fold, treat box or projects and I am not varying the dimensions my free tutorials and measurements will continue to be provided so that you can CASE to your heart’s content, and I will continue to link to where I got the tutorial or information.
Hopefully this will work for us all