Etsy Shop Changes & Cut January's Kits with Me | Etsy Sticker Shop | Sara Marie Stickers |

Etsy Shop Changes & Cut January's Kits with Me | Etsy Sticker Shop | Sara Marie Stickers |



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Hi guys and welcome back to my channel.

In this video I give you all a shop update and cut January kits. Hope you enjoy!

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Items Mentioned in this video:

Silhouette Cameo –

Silhouette Cameo Mats –

Silhouette Blades –

HP Envy 7855 Printer –

HP 64XL Black Ink –

HP 64XL Color Ink –

Dymo Label Printer 4XL –

Dymo Labels (220 Count) –

Ridge Mailers (Kraft 7×9) –

Cello Bags –

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11 thoughts on “Etsy Shop Changes & Cut January's Kits with Me | Etsy Sticker Shop | Sara Marie Stickers |

  1. I always love to hear my machines running! Sometimes I even have my embroidery machine going too haha. I am getting a third machine soon-how much clearance should we have behind the machines when they are on shelves like that? Are they open in back? Thanks so much!

  2. I oddly enjoyed watching your printers work. Haha.

    If the stickers are only slightly nicked, have you thought about selling those at a reduced price? As a special "oops" listing? I'm not sure how Etsy works and if that would make sense to do, cost-wise. I know how much of a bummer it is to just have to throw work away.

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