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TPP #26 – Making + Selling Digital Stickers with Michelle Simpkin

Welcome to Episode #26 of The Planner Podcast.

In this fun interview with Michelle Simpkin from Wild & Solo, you’ll learn all about making and selling digital stickers so you can work out if it’s for you!

Michelle also has an Etsy shop filled with digital planners and stickers for the wild-hearted. She also teaches other shop owners how to design and sell digital stickers
(even if you’re not good at drawing!)

I am a student of Michelle’s awesome course – you can find out about it at www.lovefrommim.com/digitalstickers and I can’t recommend it highly enough.

If you use a digital planner, if you’re looking to expand your Etsy range or if you want to eavesdrop into this conversation between me and my business buddy Michelle,
you will love this episode!

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If selling printed or printable stickers is something you’ve been thinking about, I know you will love my free masterclass on Creating Stickers That Sell.

In this class, you’ll learn how to work out how YOU can come up with ideas for stickers that light you up and that customers want!

You’ll learn the mistakes you need to avoid – if selling stickers is for you.

And you’ll learn the fastest way to get started on turning your sticker-making hobby or dream into a thriving business.

To save your spot, just head to www.lovefrommim.com/class

And you can also put me a DM on either Instagram or Facebook. I’m either @paperplannerclub or @lovefrommim, you get to choose either of those. So send me a message and let me know if any part of this episode today has resonated with you or if you have questions.

See you in the next episode.

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