New Course: Pretty Printables for Productivity & Profit

Sue just released a new course called “Pretty Printables for Productivity & Profit.” I am a big fan of Sue’s courses. I took a KDP course from her and was so glad that she walks through each of the steps step-by-step to where you don’t miss a thing. She made it super easy to get books formatted and ready for KDP.

Well, now she has a great new course that helps you design scrapbooks and journals. If you’ve wanted to make money with your art work, then this is a huge niche to get into.

The best way to start selling your products is to create a bunch of them! In this course, Sue shows you how to:

  • Choose your graphics wisely – which ones to use and which ones to avoid
  • The best sources to find commercial use graphics
  • Get clear sizing guides for your projects
  • Create your scrapbook products
  • Create a beautiful vintage style journal
  • How to use PowerPoint to create shapes, merge, and align
  • Create a vintage journal page
  • Create digital inserts for your pretty printables
  • Package up your products to sell
  • Set up your Etsy store to sell your products

Plus, Sue is adding in plenty of templates to kickstart your work! See the templates below

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Sue’s also adding in more extras like the Scrapbook Niche Research PDF Guide – 13 pages long & a Pack of 47 Digital Papers and the Frames & Borders Pack are all created in PowerPoint & can be easily recolored to suit your theme.

Plus, I’ve decided to add in some BONUSES!


  • Main Offer – If you buy the course through my affiliate link, you get a set of 30 flowers and leaves PNG files you can use in your projects. You also get a set of 5 book covers in 8.5×11 and 6×9. You get the PowerPoint and Photoshop files for the book covers.
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  • Upsell Offer – If you buy the upsell offer of the Pretty Printables club through my affiliate link, you get a set of 14 watercolor backgrounds you can use in your projects. You will also get a set of 12 patterns with 4 varying sizes using the flowers and leaves. That is 48 patterns in all.