If this is how you feel, I’d say you are one of the sensible ones……….
Too many people rush straight in and make costly mistakes, wasting money on printers that are ridiculously expensive to run, and heat presses that are down right dangerous!
If you are keen to try your hand at sublimation, but feel concerned about wasting money on the wrong equipment, You are in the right place.
You’re not the only one who has too many unanswered questions, about this exciting and profitable method of printing.
Plenty of people have concerns that the process will be too difficult, or worry that once they have purchased their kit, they’ll struggle to use it.
They may even worry whether they’ll be able to sell the goods once they’re made.
But you shouldn’t worry because I can help you!
First I’d like to share my story……..
When I met my wife Charly, it was love at first sight, she was everything I had wished for in a life partner. She was hilariously funny, attractive, tall, slim and intelligent. We shared all the same values and morals. Meeting Charly was like winning the lottery!
Shortly after getting married Charly wanted to start a family. I was both excited and scared. I was scared because Charly was the main bread winner and I couldn’t see how we’d make ends meet, if she gave up work.
I had to figure out a way of creating a ‘work from home business’, that could supplement my income.
After months of racking my brains, for money making ideas. I finally stumbled upon Sublimation printing!
And boy I am so glad I did. It was just the answer I had been searching for.
Over time it provided the extra cash we needed, and all from a fun business that Charly could fit around her our newborn daughter Poppy.
If you think this sounds too good to be true, you’d be right!
It was far from easy and we made every mistake in the book. We made our way by trial and error.
I’d be embarrassed to admit how many failed mugs and coasters ended up in our bin, because of our lack of experience.
The truth is, it was a lot more difficult than we’d realised. Matching colours was a nightmare.
Our trial and error method of learning was costly, time consuming and frustrating.
But we persevered. Slowly we got really good at our craft, and we also learned what designs sold the best.
To say we eventually found success was an understatement. We scaled our fun, home business to the point where we were selling over a Thousand pounds worth of mugs a day in peak times. Yes you read that correctly over £1000 a day!
Having learned the hard, slow way I feel we are now in a position to help others to succeed in sublimation printing.
I have developed an easy to follow online training course called ‘Sublimation A Short Cut To Success’ and it really is your short cut to success!
It is almost like having Charly and I standing beside you, whilst you make your way on this exciting new journey.