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Old 08-26-2006, 11:35 AM   #1  
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I had someone ask me to make some stationary for them for their business. How many sheets should I do and how much should I charge? She said she is going to email me her jpeg. Where do I put the Stampin up angel policy? TIA
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Are you going to be stamping every sheet of paper for the stationary? I would put the Angel Policy on the back of the package that she buys.

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Good idea! Thanks keep the advice coming!
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I could be wrong, but I don't think this is allowed. I would check SU's Angel policy before you do this, just in case. But, like I said, I could be wrong, and hope I am.
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I think this is permitted by SU. My best advice is to NOT provide a price until you know exactly what she wants. How many pieces of stationery. Who is providing the paper? You? How is her .jpg file incorportated into the design? Are you adding any stamping? What is the size of the stationery she wants? Get it all down in writing and then figure out the cost of your supplies and how much time it will take you to do this. Add 10% to both. Don't forget the "extras" -- stamp cleaner, etc. Pick a dollar figure that you think you are worth per hour. If the project will take 5 hours, and you think you are worth $20 an hour, that's 100$ right there. do you deliver or she picks up. Nail it down now and you can have a nice little order!
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That is why I asked if you were stamping each piece. You cannot reproduce any Stampin' Up! image at all. Which means you cannot stamp something, scan it, and then print it to use or sell. Let me know if you need more info. If you are stamping it you will need to personally stamp everything you make for her.

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