The top question I get about the SVG Club cut files: Do they include a license for commercial use? And that answer is YES! You can use the SVG Club files to create and sell physical products for your business & hobby projects. In fact, I LOVE seeing how my fellow creatives use my hand lettered designs in their own businesses online. Knowing my products are helping other women run small businesses AND we're spreading positive messages at the same time...someone pinch me!
Have you seen the most recent club files? Watch this reel to see what club members got for September 2022!
Adding an encouraging phrase or quote to a tumbler is a great way to uplevel your product. It's pretty magical what these tumbler designers do these days! And because they seal the tumbler after they place the SVG on it, these designs last a long time with the right care. I love the beautiful tumblers my friend Kelley makes over on her Dixie Darling YouTube channel.
I myself have dabbled in screen printing with my own cut files! You can add a design to a t-shirt, paper projects, or anything else you can use with your screen. Jennifer at Pigskins and Pigtails is a master at screen printing and I love seeing her projects with the Lettered by Stephanie designs. She comes up with some crazy things to screen print on like, pillowcases, beachballs, napkins, eggs for easter, cookies...I like to stick with screen printings myself some t-shirts! :) Jennifer is the one to learn from for sure!
There is just something so elegant about laser cut wood products! Like these beautiful keychains from Hello Holly made with our SVGs. These are a great way to carry around some encouragement with you every day or have in your car. Surrounding ourselves with positive words really does make a difference.
Sticker shops on Etsy are so much fun! They are the perfect addition to a Stanley mug or a school notebook. Initially Blessed used one of our back-to-school design to create a sticker for her teacher gift boxes; perfect for teacher appreciation!
Did you know that you can use cut files as a template for your cookie designs?! What? If you gave trouble making your handwriting fit on a cookie consistently, grab a cut file and make sure all your cookies are identical for your customers. Iced to Perfection used one of the school mascot designs for this pirate party! That is some impressive detail work there!
This product has a special place in my heart because that’s how Lettered by Stephanie was born. I loved making signs and started adding my hand lettering to my signs I sold online and at craft fairs. Before I knew it, my online friends were encouraging me to sell the designs so they could put them on other items too! I especially love seeing sign makers using my designs to build their own online businesses. These rainbow signs from Honey and Pine Signs are so cheery and I love imagining them hanging in someone's home.
Sublimation is such an up and coming craft and another way you can use our files. Source some pre-printed transfers or print them at home with your sublimation printer. The options are really limitless! Find this Hello Kindergarten design in my Etsy shop.
I think your packaging is so important when you’re selling a physical product. Think about your marketing and branding through the eyes of the customer and knock their socks off at every opportunity. Wouldn't you love to have a package with a Thank You sticker arrive at your house?
You can add an adhesive vinyl or heat transfer vinyl decal to so many different items. School supplies, keychains, or party supplies. This mason jar from The Country Chic Cottage uses color-changing vinyl.
If your shop sells gift items, you can add Lettered by Stephanie designs to your product lines. Weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas, and just because - gift giving is so fun especially when you can get a quote that ties into the occasion. LME Creations shared this shake tumbler with some vinyl encouragement.
I can't wait to see how you use the Lettered by Stephanie designs in your business or just for fun. Be sure to tag me on social media so I can celebrate with you and join the SVG Club by clicking the image below: