I block my days off each week, focusing on one thing each day. Monday is my small business day. This doesn’t mean that I do nothing towards my business on other days, just that Monday is when I schedule most of my small business tasks. So, each Monday, you should expect something linked to my small art business to pop up on my blog. Today, I will be showcasing my Safari Sticker Sheet.
Today, I have added my Safari Sticker sheet to my Etsy shop. I try to add one product each week. Over the next two weeks my final two sticker sheets will be added. Adding one product a week is manageable for me and also feels like my tiny business is always slowly moving forward.
I’ve already demonstrated the huge learning curve of actually designing them, as well as showing you a glimpse of the final sheets. Last week I showed you my Woodland Sticker Sheet. This week I am focusing on my Safari Sticker Sheets in action. This will be a photo heavy post…
Presenting my Safari Sticker Sheet!
I have chosen 12 colours that are my ‘brand’ colours, which I use across every platform. These brand colours contain six dark colours and six colours which are a few shades lighter. I chose one dark colour (in this case maroon) and its lighter pair (a sort of rust colour), to create each sticker sheet. Eventually, I want to have a sticker sheet in each of my brand colours. I particularly like how the colours look on this particular sticker sheet:
These stickers were designed taking elements from my giraffe card (shown here) and my elephant card, which is awaiting printing:
A close up:
A close up of one to show the size:
You can use them to decorate anything with. They are made from vinyl and are both waterproof and permanent. My girls have decorated their phone covers. Here I have used a couple to decorate an envelope with the same card:
And also the October spread in my academic planner:
Lastly, about to be wrapped up and sent to its new owner. Each sticker sheet is protected by a glassine bag and placed in a cardboard envelope to arrive to you in perfect condition:
I’m hoping to have an actual shop up and running on my website at the beginning of next year so I don’t have to rely on Etsy or Amazon. Until then, I shall just provide the links.