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Jacqueline Nimrichter

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  • Wow I love your Halloween treats. Some really lucky kids are coming to your house!
  • Hi Jacqueline,
    I hear you are the pro at blogging and requesting paypal payments. If you have time, can you help a sista' out :). I am trying to set up my blog with pics of handcrafted items I am wishing to sell. Also, if you have any tips on making videos, would love to hear that too! Thanks in advance! BTW, your handcrafted goodies are goreous! -Joy
  • You are welcome. Thank you for the inspiration:)
  • Thanks Jacqueline, for adding me as a friend and sending emails on the challenges!
  • Hi Jacqueline! So glad I found you, too! Thanks so much for the compliment! I love your work, too!
  • Wow! Just looked at your blog and it's awesome! Your tutorials rock! You are an inspiration! :0)
  • Did you see this thread? They are looking for help and I thought of you :-)
  • The paper isn't cut, but comes with directions for the sizes. However with Stampin' Up kits you might have to have the stuff punched out if it's not a common punch. But then that got me thinking that it might be a good way to sell the punch. You could say something like, "Supplies needed along with this kit are: paper trimmer (price), scallop punch (price), ____stamp set (price), sticky strip (price), etc" That way if someone already had that stamp or punch they could just buy the rest of the products that needed for that project. If they didn't want to buy the stamp set then maybe you could charge a fee for stamping the image? Just a thought.
  • I've never sold any kits either, but I've bought kits before which basically have everything you need with the instructions. But you could refer people to the instructions on your blog and just package everything they would need to make it. You could even have them order the stamp with it. Or, you could stamp the pieces for them. I would charge the same amount that you charge for a class. You could even have a couple of kits ready so that if someone came to a class and wanted to make more (like for teacher gifts) then they could buy the kits there and they would already feel confident in making them.
  • Your tutorial on your blog was amazing! I still can't get over it! Great job! I'm sure that was a lot of work, but it was so inspiring. I can't wait to try and make that. THANK YOU! I truly appreciated the step by step photos!
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