This week I wanted to share that I was invited to put together a short business class on Skillshare! I was totally petrified. And terrified. In front of the camera. But I share some really solid information on what I believe is important for product development for your small business – whether you’re starting an etsy shop, or creating an app, this information can be helpful. I also show a behind the scenes peek at how I put together inspiration boards when I create my new collections – featuring inspiration for this spring line.
If you’re already a Skillshare member, would you consider checking it the class on product development here? If you’re not a member, Skillshare has an amazing offer for anyone interested in checking out my class. You can get 3 months of premium access for just $0.99 by using this link – whether you end up joining mine or not. I’ve been a member of Skillshare for almost a year, and have taken several classes myself that I’ve learned so much – on using Illustrator, design, pattern making, hand-lettering, and even what makes a really great cup of coffee!
Now – for the spring collection of camera straps. I’ve been HARD at work the past couple of weeks pulling things together and getting things done. And, Amy is working to get all of the photos edited and listings set for launch some time this weekend! Yay! It’s finally here! Keep an eye out for another post here to pop through this weekend with a link to the live listings. I’m super excited and hope you love them as much as I do!
**updated to add – check out the full 2016 spring collection here or in the bluebirdchic etsy shop!**