Once again, I am behind schedule. I have been working on my sticker business, creating stickers and figuring out what works for me. If I wouldn’t use it, I don’t want to sell it.
It’s taken more trial and error than I had anticipated. I wanted to start offering my monthly sticker kits in February, but since I’m behind, now I’m aiming for March. Le sigh.
However, there is good news. I’ve been creating stickers and I’m happy with how they’ve turned out so far. I’ve avoided posting pics of what I’ve created because I want to wait until I have them ready for sale (i.e., when I’ve finally decided if I’m going to plunge into Etsy). But since I’m not going to sell this February kit, I thought I’d share it.
My picture taking skills still need work, but here’s what the first two pages of the kit look like:
It’s not perfect (the kit or the picture), but I’m working on it. I am going to use this kit myself for February. I made a winter-themed kit for January that I’m using as well. I didn’t think initially that I would need weekly kits, but I am going to try creating some of those as well.
Using kits like these are any easy way to make my planner prettier, while still remaining functional. There is a third page with some additional full and half boxes, as well as some script and scalloped stickers.
Here’s a picture of the kit in use:
I think it turned out pretty well, though my sticker application skills could use some work. As could my photo skills, since there are weird shadows on my photos – I took this using a light box and they’re still there. I guess I need to use the light box and my ring light.
I made these for my classic Happy Planner, but I’m struggling to keep from purchasing the other sizes and brands to see which one I like better. I have to say, I love the disc system and the fact that I can take the pages out and write without the discs getting in my way.
My next tasks are to improve my photography, get busy creating for March kits, and working on other functional stickers.