New Mini Guide Launch: 4 Ways to Make Product Mockups

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I’m so excited to introduce my brand new mini guide: 4 Ways to Make Product Mockups For Silhouette and Cricut Small Business Owners!

More Information

  • Offers 4 methods of creating mockups for your craft business: Silhouette Studio (based on Version 4), Cricut Design Space, PicMonkey, and through a 3rd party service.
  • Bonus tutorials detail how to create mockups using glitter or patterns in both Silhouette Studio and Cricut Design Space.
  • You do not need to be technically inclined to follow the step-by-step instructions included in this guide.
  • As always, I’m available to answer any and all questions you may have. My contact information is available in the guide.

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  • 4 Ways to Make Product Mockups For Silhouette and Cricut Small Business Owners is a 38 page ebook and costs $10. Click here to purchase.¬†After purchasing, it will be emailed to you automatically at the address registered with Paypal. (Please check your spam/junk folder if you don’t see it.)

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6 thoughts on “New Mini Guide Launch: 4 Ways to Make Product Mockups”

  1. I have not paid too much attention to Mock-ups. My full-time volunteer job keeps me from my business. Can you spell disaster? Your book may be what it takes to take my business seriously. Thank you Christine. I value your advice and encouragement. donna

  2. I make rustic wooden signs. I have so many ideas and styles I do not have the time to make each one and post for sale. I interested in doing a very professional sign mock up. to get the options out to my customers, who most of the time want the sign in a different color or size. Will this help me? I want the mock up to look as realistic as possible.
    Thanks!

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