Wednesday, December 16, 2009

I Put the "Hole" in Wholesale

Pardon my papercutting pun; I couldn't resist.

Recently, I had the pleasure of accepting a wholesale re-order from the delightful folks at Shoppe Local. I'm excited by how quickly the request came after the initial order, and by the fact that the shop itself seems to be doing well. The downside, if there is any, is that it's a lot of work to turn out a big batch of topographic pieces and card sets, especially when I try to make my turn around time as short as possible. Still, I do enjoy my work and I love the business, so no complaining from me! This time around, I thought I'd snap a quick before and after shot of my work. Here is the stack of colored cardstock, white cardstock, white pre-scored cards, and my two well-traveled tools for cutting and sticking:

And here is the finished work, piled up once again on my studio table, this time as completed and packaged pieces ready to head to the shop:

I relish the satisfaction of completing a project like this. I'll admit that I do a little dance, raise my fists in the air, and make obnoxious crowd-cheer noises when I'm done. I figure I've earned it, right?


Jenny said...

I'm so proud to say I actually bought one of your bunches of cards! I thought they were so lovely when I saw them at Shoppe Local, I had to buy them!

Ann Martin said...

You've definitely earned it! Congratulations on the big order - everything looks beautiful.

abcgirl said...

wow! you make it look so easy! in one shot it's just paper and thing wiggle your nose and bingo bango it's all ready and packaged up. amazing! :)

Kendra Zvonik said...

Nice work, Marnie!
I love the before and after shots. Really shows how hard you work at your craft.


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