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I love subscription boxes, I love surprises, and I love supporting small businesses. That’s why I’m excited to introduce vinyl Mystery Boxes from Clean Cut Graphics today on the blog.
Who is Clean Cut Graphics?
Owned by Marc Hague, Clean Cut Graphics is a vinyl shop based in Virginia. Marc started the company with a single 10 yard roll of Purple Oracal 651 vinyl, then an apartment full of vinyl, and it has quickly grown to a full service supplier that is moving to a 5,000 square foot warehouse in the coming weeks. Marc is also a USA military veteran.
What does Clean Cut Graphics Sell?
Clean Cut Graphics is an authorized dealer of Oracal adhesive vinyls, Siser heat transfer materials, and also sells transfer papers and tapes along with vinyl accessories.
What are these Mystery Boxes?
Clean Cut Graphics has just introduced CCG Mystery Boxes. They retail for $32.99 plus $4.99 shipping and are guaranteed to have at least $50 in retail value in the box. They sent me over one to try out and share with you, so let’s get to it!
Included in the CCG Mystery Box
5 sheets matte adhesive vinyl – Oracal 631 – (each 12″ by 12″)
5 sheets shiny adhesive vinyl – Oracal 651 – (each 12″ by 12″)
4 sheets glitter adhesive vinyl (each 12″ by 12″)
3 sheets heat transfer material – Siser – (each 12″ by 12″)
2 sheets specialty heat transfer material – holographic and glitter (sizes varied)
(1) branded vinyl squeegee
(1) weeding tool
(1) short sleeved tee shirt
…all sent in a fun decorated box!
See the pictures
Well packed with no crinkled or wrinkled vinyl edges:
Non vinyl goods:
Adhesive vinyl assortment:
Heat transfer products:
So, would I buy one? Yes, I probably would. While Marc sent me the box above for no charge – I think it is a fun way to get new materials to try in your small business. Head to Clean Cut Graphics and pick up a box at this link.
Before you go, I highly recommend following Clean Cut Graphics on Facebook. They have loads of flash sales and promotions for Facebook followers.
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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.
Tuesday 6th of June 2017
I checked them out and it says they are Veteran owned! That's an important point for my family! Thank you for the review!!
Monday 12th of June 2017