5 Ways to Make a Million Dollars in Your Silhouette or Cricut Business Today

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Have your Silhouette Cameo or Cricut based business sales been down lately? Now, I’m giving you 5 ways to make a million dollars in your small business – today!

  1. Sell one million monogrammed window decals for $1 each.
  2. Sell 200,000 rhinestone bling headbands for $5 each.
  3. Sell 50,000 tee shirts with heat transfer vinyl for $20 each.
  4. Sell 20,000 personalized wooden signs for $50 each.
  5. Sell 10,000 hand painted wooden signs for $100 each.

It’s just that easy! Hey, normally my business advice is more realistic – but happy April Fool’s Day!

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6 thoughts on “5 Ways to Make a Million Dollars in Your Silhouette or Cricut Business Today”

  1. I have only been monogramming for a month. I have done a few thing here and there, but I don’t know where to start as far as commercial with licenses I am aware about NFL stuff but a lot of these sites want to charge 2 dollars for commercial per use of the design I have a Silhouette do I buy them commercially on as needed basis. I am lost on what to do

  2. I love your advic, I’m forgiving for your April fools! I really though this was a legit way to make that much money. I even talked my husband into the initial investment. Lucky he’s a good sport. I usually am the queen of April Fools LOL

  3. I am making some white window cling decals. I sell them at Dogs show events and would like them to show up better on my rack. I looked at buying some colored wax paper to back them with…any better ideas? They don’t show up well in the original backing.

    1. Hi Sue! I’d think that a large poster frame with a solid background would work well. Just place a sample of each window decal with the price on the outside, then have the actual decals under the table or in a basket near the display. Hope that helps!

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