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Need some quick cash this holiday season? Why not run a Monogram Madness Sale using your Silhouette Cameo or Cricut? Today, I’m giving you ready to use graphics to host your own sale on social media.
How to Run a Monogram Madness Sale
- Choose your favorite Monogram Madness sale graphic.
- Post it on social media along with instructions for ordering, payment, and shipping (if needed). In most cases, you can just put the monogram decal in a plain envelope with a stamp.
- Create the order and mail it out.
- Enjoy some extra money this holiday season.
Fonts I Used
Sample Facebook Post
- Monogram Madness Vinyl Decal Sale – all orders ship in 3 days. Comment with style, monogram, color, and Paypal email address for invoice. (Post with image.)
Sample Instagram Post
- #Monogram Madness Sale! 3 inch by 3 inch #vinyl #decal. Perfect for #laptop, #car, #notebook, and more! DM or comment with style, monogram, color, and Paypal email address – ships free! #monograms #monogrameverything #monogramlove #monogramitall #monogramlife #monogramobsessed (Post with image.)
How to Edit the Graphics
- Need to make a change to the graphics provided? No problem!
- Download your favorite graphic and open it in PicMonkey.com.
- On the left hand side, choose the butterfly icon, then choose the rectangle overlay.
- Change the overlay color to white and cover anything you want to change with the white box. (I removed the price in the example below.)
- Add your edited text over the white box.
Ready to download? First, save the image below to Pinterest. Then, download the graphics below.
Since 2015, Christine Schinagl has been helping crafters start and run craft businesses through her blog, Cutting for Business. As a Silhouette and Cricut crafter herself, she has a unique take on what works and what doesn’t work in the craft business world. She also teaches a course on creating digital SVG designs, available at How to Design SVGs.