If you’ve been hanging out online with me for a while you may know that I’m a HUGE fan of sticker planning in my Erin Condren LifePlanner.
What you might not know is that I almost majored in graphic design in college and messing around in Photoshop and InDesign have been hobbies of mine for years.
I’m guessing most of you know where this is going….
I started my own planner sticker shop on Etsy!
This shop is months in the making and I’m thrilled to finally be sharing with all of you.
In honor of my Gran Opening/Black Friday/Small Business Saturday/Cyber Monday I’m offering 40% off the entire shop through November 30th, 2017th
I named the shop Coco and Opal Design after my little kitties, Coco and Opal. As I type this Opal is sitting next to me on the desk watching the printer and Silhouette cutter make noise and move in turns. Coco is more skiddish and tends to hide when things start making noise.
I offer a variety of planner stickers and I’m working on more that I will release very soon!
One of my goals is to make stickers I can’t find on Etsy. And yes, I know there are a TON of sticker shops out there, so that’s going to be hard. But there are a few things I’ve tried looking for that I was unable to find.
For over a year I’ve wanted a sticker to track my social media channels. Have I interested/posted on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and checked my email? If you aren’t a blogger you may not know how fast that stuff can add up. Add in filming, editing, photos, writing and anything else that comes up and my hobby turned into a total (yet fun) time sink.
So I decided to make the stickers I wanted to see from other shop owners!
What I can up with are my blogger checklists. I offer them in all the colors of the rainbow, as well as a rainbow sheet for someone who wants a more affordable way to have all of the colors.
I also have blogger/vlogger expansion sets for my weekly themed kits, complete with headers and functional stickers.
Then I was having so much fund I thought I’d do a student version. Again, totally color coordinated with the weekly kits. My sister (who is in college) is my tester on the student expansion kits, and she LOVES them.
I definitely have more in the pipelines and I’ve absolutely loved getting back to my graphic design roots.
If you made it to the end of this post, I also want to let you know I’m giving away $30 in store credit to the shop! Just sign up for the Official Coco and Opal Design Newsletter to enter! As a bonus you’ll also be the first to know about new releases, shop announcements and any promotions I’m running.
Thanks for joining me during the exciting time. I would love your support in this new venture, but if stickers aren’t your thing don’t worry about it! I’m still making videos on YouTube and posting on my social media channels, so we have a lot of chances to hang out!