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  • A Makers Studio’s New & Improved Website

    Are you a Creative? Maybe you're a DIYer who loves a new craft project and making old things new again. Do you own a craft business creating beautiful products for your customers? Are you a Blogger focusing on crafts and creative ideas? If yes, then YOU are the person I'm talking to. You need to hear about the new and improved A Makers' Studio website.

    A Makers Studio

    I love when a company listens to its affiliates and its customers. A Makers Studio has done just that. They have improved not only their products (which are amazing), but they have changed their process and improved their website to make ordering easier. Here's a biggie… A Makers Studio is no longer a direct sales company, but is an affiliate program. And it is one of the best affiliate programs around today! I know of no other affiliate program around that starts at 20% commission with the opportunity to earn more than that.

    At the end of this post I have a GIVEAWAY for you.

    New and Improved A Makers’ Studio Website

    This post contains links to products that I use and highly recommend. If you should order any product through this site, I may receive compensation, but you do not pay a penny more.

    Over the past several months, I’ve shared some projects I’ve made using products from A Maker’s Studio. I have never been disappointed with any of the products I've purchased from A Makers Studio. I also love that A Makers Studio is on a mission to help end human trafficking. You can learn more about his mission here.

    The first thing you may notice on the A Makers’ Studio home page is at the very top.

    A Makers Studio Free Shipping on orders over $25; New and improved A Makers' Studio website and affiliate program

    Free shipping on all orders over $25.00! That’s a lot of savings.

    NEW MENU WITH CLEAR DROPDOWN SECTIONS

    Across the top of the home page is a clearly organized menu of products. Each has a drop down menu so you can easily find the product you are looking for.

    Clear dropdown menu

    Each section has a drop down menu, like this one for the paints.

    ChalkArt, Gel Art Ink, Rescue Restore Paint

    The drop down menu for the stencils/stamps divides them into categories for easy searching.

    Mesh Stencils

    If you're more of a visual shopper, you can access all of the product information by clicking on these images.

    A Makers Studio products; New and improved A Makers' Studio website and affiliate program

    NEW PRODUCT AREA

    Under each product you'll find individual images, titles, prices and project ideas. You'll even find new color swatches for all of the Rescue Restore Paint, Gel Art Ink, and ChalkArt.

    ChalkArt

    When you click on a color you like, that particular color will pop up with more information.

    ChalkArt

    Another example is the GelArt Ink

    A Makers Studio GelArt Ink

    When you click on the one you like, you'll be taken to that ink's product page.

    A Makers Studio GelArt Ink

    The process is the same whether you're searching for paints, stencils, tools or finishes. Here is the Paris Font stencil.

    A Makers Studio Paris Font Mesh Stencil

    When you hover over the stencil, this project idea pops up.

    A Makers Studio Project using Mesh Stencil and GelArt Ink

    BLOG AND TUTORIALS

    A Makers' Studio now has a BLOG. There is a link to it on the home page and also under the LEARN MORE menu tab. There are also Tutorials available under the Learn More tab. The reason: we don't just want you to buy products; we want you to know how to use them. Tutorials include supply lists, step-by-step instructions, as well as videos.

    A Makers Studio Blog

    BECOMING A MAKER BOSS

    If you are looking for information on becoming a Maker Boss, that area is clearly shown. Not only can you become a Maker Affiliate, we now offer the option to become a Makers' Studio Retailer (perfect if you own a brick and mortar store or do large events). If you decide you'd like to become a Maker affiliate and/or retailer, you'll be asked for a Parent ID. You can use my ID 815363. I'd love to help you along your journey.

    An easy~to~read graphic explains the simple steps to become a Maker.

    A Makers Studio Affiliate Program

    SHOPPING ON A MAKERS’ STUDIO

    A Makers’ Studio now uses Shopify for ordering. The first time you order, even if you have been a previous customer, you will be asked to create an account. The process is so easy. You'll receive a confirmation email and be kept up~to~date on your shipping and delivery. And remember, no shipping costs for orders over $25.00.

    If you have any questions about a product, a project, becoming a #makerboss, or anything else, please message me.

    In celebration of all of the amazing changes that have come to A Makers' Studio, I’m GIVING AWAY THIS BUNDLE from A Makers’ Studio to one lucky reader: 1 small stencil, 1 jar ChalkArt, 1 tube Gel Art Ink, 1 (2oz) Rescue Restore Paint, and a ChalkART Spreader. The bundle is a $41.00 retail value. The GIVEAWAY starts today and goes through Friday, May 24th, at midnight Eastern Time. To enter just sign up for my Newsletter.

    Giveaway of A Makers Studio Products

    Click on the image above or here to sign up for the GIVEAWAY. (You do have to click on Subscribe at the bottom of the form to insure that your entry goes through.) I’ll announce the winner on Saturday, May 25th.

    Needless to say, I'm pretty dang excited about the new and improved A Makers' Studio website and affiliate program.

  • New Adventures

    I'm beyond excited to announce one of my brand new adventures! You still have to wait a while to learn where the Air Force is moving us next ;-).

    I resigned from Chalk Couture and am now a Maker with A Makers Studio! This is a fairly new company that publicly launched in October 2018.

    Some of the products include paint, wax, gel stain, brushes, stamps, stencils, and chalk art! A Makers Studio has everything you need to rescue/restore or have a great time with your friends at a Gathering!

    I know that everything happens for a reason and firmly believe this is where I need to be at this season in our lives. I was excited to find out that A Maker's Studio is faith based, positive, and the goals are not only to share crafts, but to share life experiences and love.

    This company is making a difference. Our product line also includes candles. A Makers’ Studio employs human-trafficking survivors in making these artisanal candles. The more candles we sell, the more lives can be changed for the better. Proceeds from A Makers’ Studio sales benefit Palmer’s Home for Children and the Human Trafficking Institute.

    I will also begin offering regular gatherings for my crafty customers! These will be virtual, taught by me, and kits can be purchased directly from my website! If you would like to schedule an in-person class, let me know. I'd be glad to do that as well.

    I can't wait to share more with all of you! For now, head to my website and check it out at www.amakersstudio.com


  • Genes are strong in this one

    The Genes Are Strong

    Our babies are born, and before we know it they're ready to fly out of the nest. The years in between are filled with many sleepless nights, vomit, temper tantrums, laughter and tears. Our elder son is now 18 years old. It seems like just yesterday he was a little fella bumbling around. His current aspiration is enlisting in the Air Force. I know he will excel at anything he puts his mind to, but this mama's heart doesn't know if she's ready for him to leave the nest. Prayers and wine please 😉

    Daniel recently decided he wanted to graduate high school early and start “adulthood” sooner than later. The school was able to work things out with his schedule. He busted his booty and did it. Yesterday was his official last day of school. We are very proud of the man he is becoming.

    Tonight one of our cousins shared this picture with us of Daniel's Great-Great Grandfather. In this picture they are both the same age. There's no denying the family resemblance. The genes are strong in this one.

    What do you guys think? Do you see it, too?