Wednesday, November 7, 2007

The masses

Ahhh, yes, the sweet smell of productivity! In between designing I need to keep my local shops happily stocked up on cards. This is probably good for me, it reminds me that what is simple can be very good. This first set is SUPER SIMPLE. I went with the chocolate or sweet theme and scrounged through my stamps and found quite a few. The stamps are MFT, A Muse, Papertrey. The wonderful chocolate ribbon I buy in 100yd. mega rolls.....love the stuff! Colored with my copics.
These were even easier! No coloring, let my ink do the work! This is the "build a bouquet set" by MFT. The sympathy sentiment is MFT and the "get well" is SU. New Hey Sugar paper by Cosmo Cricket. Yes, the white ribbon, I buy in 100yd. rolls too! Just gotta package em' up and distribute. Whew! That should hold them for about a week....lol!

Happy Stamping!

13 comments:

Well Said Cards said...

Those are beautiful! I'm starting gift sets this week for sale at my office. I've got orders lined up already!

Cindy said...

Your cards are gorgeous! I love the ribbon, too. Wow 100 yard rolls, eh?!

Flossie's Follies said...

Love these cards, your "sweet" ones are adorble.

Janet said...

Love your cards! I am so going to bookmark you blog and keep checking back. You have great style. So glad you have found a way to make some money with your talent.
Jessica'sMom on SCS

Niki said...

Love these cards! I have a question for you. Do you know the people who own the flower shops or how did you approach them about selling your cards in their shops? I would love to be able to do this!

Anonymous said...

Hi Sherrie - I love your cards. I came across your blog the other week and have been checking it regularly :o) I am thinking of aproaching some local stores to try to sell my cards and wondered how you aproached the stores you sell to? Do they place an order for X number of cards or do you leave a basket of cards and work on a consignment basis? How are your cards displayed in the stores? Do you provide the container(s)? How many cards do you leave if you work on a consignment basis and how often do you come back to check on your stock? Lots of questions, sorry! There's probably a thread on Splitcoast I could check out but I like your style and thought I'd ask a 'few' questions.
Take care and thanks in advance for all and any info you can give me.
Ruth A. shanners2762@comcast.net

mbrein23 said...

holy mass production! wow! I would love to be able to sell like that .... i'm just starting out beyond my "workshops" .... love the cards! -Melinda

Melissa said...

All of them are awesome!

leenda said...

FABULOUS!!

Deborah said...

Very nice production here Sherrie! Beautful work as always! Deb

Kheila said...

I love your cards, Sherrie! I keep coming back for ideas and always get some good ones, thanks!!

Laura M. said...

Where do you buy the ribbon?

Rose Ann said...

Beautiful work!!