Hi, I am Stacey! If there is one thing that I enjoy more than being creative, it is coffee. The taste, the aroma, the perfect shake/pinch/stir to make each drop a pleasurable memory. Coffee brings people together and such a small touch can completely change a situation from ordinary to being the highlight of the day. Over the years, my grandma taught me to enjoy the simplistic taste of the straight drip coffee. Even though I have much respect for the simple rich taste of strong coffee, I have also learned to have fun and appreciate the variety of flavored and garnished combinations that can be used to introduce an entire new palette of creative coffee recipes. After much success with my first edition of Coffee Beverages Posters you asked for more. 30 new recipes - along with graphics to match first 30 recipes in part one. Here is all the information about my next project.
About My Project.
Posters are 13"x19" to easily fit inside your kitchen cabinet for constant access. After all, you never know who could knock on your door and you can surprise them with a little taste of international bliss. You can also put them up in your kitchen to provide creative inspiration for new recipes or even to just share the beautiful graphics. With the help of Kickstarter I will be able to use the highest quality (44lb) photo matte paper, best printing & hand die cutting techniques, to ship my most favorite recipes and shared memorable moments to the world. Posters are available in metric or ounce measurements (you are able to choose at end of the project, when survey is sent). Thank you for your support. Still want more - be sure to check out Part One here.
Risks and challenges
The challenge would be making sure I have the proper amount of supplies in the least amount of shipments possible.
From my past experience with Kickstarter projects, I have gained relationships with different suppliers around the globe. Hopefully, there will be many posters to print, and in that case I would need the backer's financial help to buy the supplies before I started printing.
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