What Are the Differences Between RG Retail and Fun Stampers Journey? The Million Dollar Question Answered:

Friday, July 28th, 2017

Hello fellow crafters,

I hope you’re having a great week. Welcome back to my blog.

Now I’m asked¬†almost on a daily basis, “What are the differences between RG Retail and Fun Stampers Journey? Why have RG Retail and what is the purpose of RG Retail?” I think it’s best you hear from me what the differences are and most importantly, why I started RG Retail?

Am I calling this the million dollar question(s)?

What Are the Differences Between RG Retail and Fun Stampers Journey? The Million Dollar Question Answered:

As you know, I’m a designer at heart. I love to create pretty things and part of that love is to inspire creativity. RG Retail has given me a medium to create niche’ collections and experiment with trends.

With this opportunity, I’ve been able to reach new audiences both nationally and internationally. Through some of these relationships, I’ve been able to introduce some of the product we have today for both RG Retail and FSJ. The RG Retail side has created brand awareness for FSJ and opened up a new world of creative possibilities for paper crafters as a whole.

Once a customer is able to see the endless possibilities and the creative product offering of FSJ they will see how incomparable the journey is within the craft industry.

I go further into detail about the differences of RG Retail and FSJ in this short video, Click Here to watch!

I do appreciate each and every one of you taking the time to read this blog and follow me. I love connecting with each of you. It means a lot to me that you are here. I felt this message was an important one for me to discuss because I’m asked this question just about every day.

If you have any more questions, please let me know. I want to make sure you hear it from me. Make sure to follow me on my social channels.

Stay inspired and continue to “Make Amazing Happen”

RG

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