Scratch is a brand new, LA born, beauty company that acts as a platform for Designers, Illustrators, and all types of Artists to collaborate, create nail wraps, and share their art through a fun new wearable medium. We're a facilitator of awesomeness. Seriously. The incredibly talented artists we've been able to work with so far have created nail art that is beyond inspiring.
Don't know what nail wraps are? Want to know more about the quality? Check out the answers to your questions at the bottom!
We've been so grateful for all of the support and love from Scratch supporters so far! Below are just a few Instagram shots of our previous collections worn by some pretty incredible people. Tag #goscratchit to share your Scratch photos!
We have been passionately working our bums off to get to the point where we can launch a 3 nail wrap collection from a new Featured Artist every month, but we're not there yet. We literally have over 6 months worth of incredible nail wrap designs planned out from insanely talented artists!
Unfortunately, the cost of manufacturing a minimum order run for 3 designs every month is too much to take on out of pocket at this point. We've managed to get very far on our own but the progress is slow in launching new collections solely because of the startup cost.
We are ready to manufacture the 3 collections below now. Everything is lined up and our manufacturer is 100% ready to go. We've done test rounds of all of the wraps and are happy with the results and know you will be too. Please help us get these collections fully manufactured and to you!
(Nail Wraps designed by the lovely: Payton and Brian of Flat Vernacular, Shoot styled by the incredible: Vivian Nguyen from Koshka, Modeled by the stunning: Melisa Provencio. *WRAP DETAIL PHOTOS COMING SOON*)
Email us any questions you have to firstname.lastname@example.org and check out this HOW-TO guide thanks to Koshka!
Risks and challenges
Initial challenges that I have run into have been with finding and developing a good relationship with a manufacturer. I have had to contact multiple manufactures and go through rounds of quality testing to find the appropriate manufacturer that will be able to bring the designs to life.
In order to be able to complete this project I will have to successfully work with my manufacturer on scheduled delivery times and quality tests for all of the designs. I have been able to develop a good relationship with them up until this point which has made me confident in being able to tackle getting the designs developed.
The biggest risk would be in a potential delay with manufacturer if we get orders way beyond our expected range. However, all of the product would be made it would just take longer.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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