White Cottage Goodes - The Woodlands, Texas
Etsy shop owner Becca produces sweatshirts, t-shirts, hand poured candles, and more out of her home base in Texas under the brand White Cottage Goodes. Read on to see how Becca used FM to develop her small business and her advice for entrepreneurs launching their own business!
How did you discover FM?
We were in a really tight place with our time after one of the first shirts we designed became a best seller on Etsy! We needed someone else to produce our designs so we could focus our time on other aspects of the business. Some research and Googling landed us on the FM website!
What has been your most successful and your favorite design to produce?
Our most successful design is our BE KIND sweatshirt! That message clearly resonates with people and we're glad to play a part in that. Our favorite design to produce is our Messy Buns tee and sweatshirt because it was one of our very first designs and our first Etsy Best Seller!
How has working with FM enabled your creativity?
It's so fun to go through the design process on our end and then know we're sending off your work to be professionally printed. We create, and FM helps bring the entire project to life for us. Knowing there's an amazing company out there that can help us free up our time so we can spend time creating is the absolute best feeling.
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What's the main reason you recommend our product or service?
Hands down the combination of price and quality. FM is far and away beating their competitors in price -they can't be beat in that department. But also, the quality of the transfers is better than anything we could ever produce on our own. We save money and increase the quality of our product by using FM!
What was your biggest challenge developing your business?
Hands down trying to spin too many plates at once. Concentrating on one area at a time and organizing our time and priorities is something we constantly had to revisit.
What would you say to others who may be facing the same challenges as you?
You have to see the value in the time it takes to develop a solid business plan. Allow yourself time to sit down every week and set goals, brainstorm, and make and crush to-do lists.