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My name is Kasey! I am the creator of Pen + Posh - a six-figure passive income business and Etsy success dream come true. I provide overwhelmed crafters, artists and creative moms the right tools and "pep talk" needed to earn flexible income online.
With a formal education in advertising, I have spent 10 years marketing businesses online, and 12 years doing freelance design on the side. I was able to replace my corporate income selling digital designs on Etsy within the first six months! I am now on a mission to help the overwhelmed, creatives out there do the same!
I believe everyone has creativity instilled in them. Designing digital files is a way to do what we naturally love through creating while earning a passive income at the same time. Design once then sell your designs over and over again so you can focus on the more important things in life. It’s possible, I promise. Come on this journey with me and let's create together!
THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO CREATING SVG’S IN ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR
The process of creating cut files for Cricut, Silhouette, or other cutting machines can be confusing at first. There’s a process that needs followed to reduce file errors when loading these files into the cutting program. I know how frustrating these error returns can be. Over the years and after many hours troubleshooting complex design error returns, I have developed a step-by-step process I use every day to insure my cut files work flawlessly in all cutting programs. Your time is precious. Download the free guide to learn the process instead of spending hours figuring it out.
The Quick Way to Passive Income: Selling Cut Files for Cricut or Silhouette
Posted on May 13, 2020   by Kasey Snell
Passive Income. When I first heard these words, I didn't exactly know what they meant. At the time, I was hearing several scammy people trying to sell their online product that conveniently didn’t require any work. They would call it “easy money”. Th...