Guess who is doing a guest post over at Cutting For Business? This girl, that's who! LOL I'm a long-time fan of Christine's blog and think you will love her content too. So what better way
Have you ever bought a font online and tried to use it in Silhouette Studio but it didn’t show up there? You’re not alone! I see questions like this all the time: "Help! I just downloaded a font, but it's not showing in Silhouette - what do I do?" and "I just bought a font, but I'm a beginner...
Today I’m going to talk to you about one of my favorite topics...product mockups! You’d never have guessed, right? :-) I’ll compare Canva, PicMonkey, Silhouette Studio, and Photoshop to see which is the best for creating professional product mockups.
If you’re looking for unique, drop-dead-gorgeous fonts to use in your designs, look no further! I put together this list of my favorite script fonts for you to keep on hand next time you're looking for the perfect decorative font for you project.
There are a few quick steps you’ll need to take to prepare your listing image for it’s eventual home – in this case, your Etsy shop. Once you get a lovely mockup purchased and downloaded and all set up (it’s like decorating a dollhouse – so fun!), then you need to think about saving the image to the correct size for where you’re going to use it. If it’s going on Instagram, it’s a square, and on Pinterest, probably a tall skinny image, but for Etsy there are some basic dimensions to keep in mind.
Today I’m going to walk you through a few resources online where you can make or purchase a logo for yourself. This is a pretty common anxiety for new businesses. I’m a designer and I was anxious about it too! There’s huge value in hiring a professional to create your logo for you. It can be a nuanced and amazing experience, but it’s also $$$ pricey! So I did a little research for ya on more affordable options and I put together a video about it! Take a gander….