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  • Colleen Ellse
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    @colleenellse
    12 years, 5 months ago

    I referred to the book Creative, Inc. for figuring out my wholesale & retail pricing, preparing a line sheet, coming up with terms & conditions, etc.  Also try to grab other studio’s wholesale catalog so you can compare yourself against others in the industry so you know your info won’t seem out of place.  Several studios have their PDF available online to download.


    Colleen Ellse
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    @colleenellse
    13 years, 2 months ago

    You’re very welcome!  Hope it goes well!  🙂


    Colleen Ellse
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    @colleenellse
    13 years, 2 months ago

    I know the metal stamps hold the image better, but you can actually use a regular rubber stamp for wax seals as well.  Just leave it on the wax longer and gently try to take it off… if it’s not ready to come off, leave it till it does come off easily.  It could be a more affordable option than making a metal stamp.  I’ve made a few custom rubber stamps online for around $30. 

     

    I know Paper Source sells the wax, although I’m sure you could find a better vendor (more colors, cheaper) online.

     

    Hope any of this helps!

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