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Vicki Frakes
How do you describe, in a flyer, a product based class?  How do you price a class like this?
My idea is to have clients purchase a specific Bundle which is priced at $40.  I would teach them how to use the Bundle, using three different techniques--meaning they would make three cards using these techniques.  Does that make sense?  Has anyone held this type of class?  I want to limit the class size to four people until I figure out what I'm doing.  Thanks for our advice. I'm very needy and new at this.
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GrammyKaren

I do Product Classes.  I did the Incredible Like You Kit.  They purchased the kit and I did an upsale to get them to $50 to take advantage of Sale-a-Bration.  I send out an email with the Name of the Kit and a deadline for ordering.  I add $5 for the use of my snail and supplies.  I'm not a fan of the glue dots included so I use ours.  Kits are a great way to have a class and not spend a lot of time on prep.  I furnished the Stamp Set.  I also have a monthly Paper Pumpkin Kit Class and do the same thing.  I limit the size of my classes  to 6.  Four is a good starting point.  I also put samples on my FaceBook Page.
Hope This Helps,
Karen Bernhardt


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How do you describe, in a flyer, a product based class?  How do you price a class like this?
My idea is to have clients purchase a specific Bundle which is priced at $40.  I would teach them how to use the Bundle, using three different techniques--meaning they would make three cards using these techniques.  Does that make sense?  Has anyone held this type of class?  I want to limit the class size to four people until I figure out what I'm doing.  Thanks for our advice. I'm very needy and new at this.

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Re: SU!: Product Based Class

grantj
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I would add in some embellishments, ribbon, SNAIL, so their total comes to $50.00 and they get a free SAB item. Otherwise, I think you’re on the right track.

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Jan Grant
independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator
Springfield, IL
(217) 415-1860
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On Feb 17, 2019, at 12:12 AM, SUDSOL [Vicki Frakes] via Business Talk <ml+s1100894n46650h49@n7.nabble.com> wrote:

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How do you describe, in a flyer, a product based class?  How do you price a class like this?
My idea is to have clients purchase a specific Bundle which is priced at $40.  I would teach them how to use the Bundle, using three different techniques--meaning they would make three cards using these techniques.  Does that make sense?  Has anyone held this type of class?  I want to limit the class size to four people until I figure out what I'm doing.  Thanks for our advice. I'm very needy and new at this.

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Re: SU!: Product Based Class

Barbara Stitt

And, I would also suggest cardstock,  maybe an assorted pack.

Barbara Stitt

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I would add in some embellishments, ribbon, SNAIL, so their total comes to $50.00 and they get a free SAB item. Otherwise, I think you’re on the right track.

Sent from my iPad
Jan Grant
independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator
Springfield, IL
(217) 415-1860

On Feb 17, 2019, at 12:12 AM, SUDSOL [Vicki Frakes] via Business Talk <ml+s1100894n46650h49@n7.nabble.com> wrote:

arcticvic@gmail.com?subject=Product Based Class
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How do you describe, in a flyer, a product based class?  How do you price a class like this?
My idea is to have clients purchase a specific Bundle which is priced at $40.  I would teach them how to use the Bundle, using three different techniques--meaning they would make three cards using these techniques.  Does that make sense?  Has anyone held this type of class?  I want to limit the class size to four people until I figure out what I'm doing.  Thanks for our advice. I'm very needy and new at this.

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Re: SU!: Product Based Class

Vicki Frakes
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Thank you everyone for your help.

GrammyKaren wrote
I do Product Classes.  I did the Incredible Like You Kit.  They purchased the kit and I did an upsale to get them to $50 to take advantage of Sale-a-Bration.  I send out an email with the Name of the Kit and a deadline for ordering.  I add $5 for the use of my snail and supplies.  I'm not a fan of the glue dots included so I use ours.  Kits are a great way to have a class and not spend a lot of time on prep.  I furnished the Stamp Set.  I also have a monthly Paper Pumpkin Kit Class and do the same thing.  I limit the size of my classes  to 6.  Four is a good starting point.  I also put samples on my FaceBook Page.Hope This Helps,Karen Bernhardt

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Subject: SU!: Product Based Class

  Click here to reply directly to Vicki Frakes privately at arcticvic@ If you just reply to this email, your message will go to all SUDSOL members, unless you change the To: email address to the author: arcticvic@   How do you describe, in a flyer, a product based class?  How do you price a class like this?
My idea is to have clients purchase a specific Bundle which is priced at $40.  I would teach them how to use the Bundle, using three different techniques--meaning they would make three cards using these techniques.  Does that make sense?  Has anyone held this type of class?  I want to limit the class size to four people until I figure out what I'm doing.  Thanks for our advice. I'm very needy and new at this.
   If you want the reply to go ONLY to Vicki Frakes, please change the email address to: arcticvic@ 
 This message can be found in the SUDSOL Discussion Forum here: http://forum.sudsol.org/Product-Based-Class-tp46650.html   To start a new topic under Business Talk, email ml+s1100894n3h22@.nabble 
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