The Styled Shoot Success Myth

It's time to dispel the myth: styled shoots are NOT the catalyst to calligraphy fame! We're opening up about our experiences with styled shoots, the results we've seen from them (spoiler alert: it's not clients), and why we abandoned them in our biz.

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Elisabeth Young
Q & Cake #3

In today's Q & Cake (our own fancy version of Q & A) Elisabeth and Cami discuss several questions from listeners regarding raising your prices, providing original artwork for your clients, finding a reliable printer, dealing with burnout and if it's even possible to make a living as a stationer.

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Elisabeth Young
Live Events for Artists: Are They Right for You?

You've seen your favorite artists and calligraphers working their magic in stores and partnering with big brands for events. But the question is: HOW does this even happen? We're opening up about how you can do live events, how to price for your time and the pros and cons of being an "in-person artist."

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Elisabeth Young
How to Find Vendors (and Introducing the A-Z Directory!)

It’s a question we get asked all the time: “Were did you get that printed?” And we get it — finding a reputable print vendor can be downright impossible! We’re sharing practical tips on how you can source vendors for your biz, how we found our faves, and of course, how you can skip all those steps by joining our newest membership resource: the A-Z Directory.

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Elisabeth Young
Q & Cake #2

We discuss several questions from listeners regarding client inspiration for wedding invitations, when to share sneak peeks of wedding invitations on social media, how to plan for working with multiple clients each year (plus how many clients we work with per year), and whether you should or shouldn't list your prices on your website.

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Elisabeth Young
The Truth About Hosting Workshops

Let's kickstart this episode by saying: WORKSHOPS AIN'T NO JOKE, Y'ALL. Cami & Elisabeth spill the beans on why workshops might not be all they're cracked up to be and how to be prepared when you're planning your own calligraphy or watercolor workshops.

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Elisabeth Young