The Best Equipment For Setting Up A Home Stationery Business – 2021 Wishlist

The Best Equipment For Setting Up A Home Stationery Business – 2021 Wishlist


In this video we take you through the equipment and tools we would buy to have the ultimate greeting card, fine art print and stationary business in 2021 for under $2,000! This video is right for you if you want to own 100% of the process of designing, printing, and selling your own greeting cars in house, without having to worrying ordering minimums, or outsourcing to any third party.

This is more of a wishlist if budget isn’t a huge concern for you and if you have experienced some success with your current home business and want an upgrade. If you are just starting out, we have a budget recommendation video for you to set up a home stationery business for $500:

Below is a list of equipment we mention. Some of these links are affiliate links which help support this channel at no extra cost to you:

Scanner – Epson Perfection V600:

Photo Editing Software – Adobe Photoshop:

Epson Wide Format Fine Art Printer
• 13” Wide (Sure Color P700):
• 17” Wide (Sure Color P900):

Canon Wide Format Fine Art Print
• 13” Wide (imagePROGRAF Pro-300):
• 17” Wide (imagePROGRAF Pro-1000):

Cardstock: Linen Bright White Color 8×10” (100lb) Cardstock
• LUXpaper 50-pack:
• LUXpaper 250-pack:

Rotatrim Paper Trimmer
• Pro 20”:
• Pro 24”:

Electric 3-in-1 Creaser, Cutter, Perforator:

Premium A2-Sized Brown Kraft Paper Envelopes:

UNIQUEPACKING 4 5/8 in x 5 3/4 in Clear A2-Plus Sized Cellophane Bags 100-Pack

ValBox 6.25 in x 8.25 in Rigid Mailer 25-Pack

AWS Digital Shipping Postal Scale

Munbyn Thermal Label Printer:

Zebra LP2844 Thermal Label Printer (Can find used on E-bay too):

Here’s how the video is broken up:
00:00 Intro
01:18 Printer / Scanner
02:22 Photo Editing App
02:51 Fine Art Wide Format Printer
04:35 Cardstock
05:04 Paper Trimmer
05:53 Electric Creaser
06:32 Envelope
06:39 Cellophane Bag
06:55 Rigid Mailer
07:07 Postal Scale and Thermal Label Printer
07:45 Conclusion
Cathy is a self taught watercolor artist and businesswoman based in Los Angeles, CA. Easy Sunday Club is a collection of Cathy’s watercolor art, and baby/children’s soft goods that showcase playful interpretations of subjects in her loose and expressive painting style. Prior to art, Cathy got an MBA and worked in corporate for over 10 years and Nam is an attorney. This channel is our way of giving back to the art community.
Related Videos:

How We Make Greeting Cards for a Home Stationary Business (more focused on process):
How to Scan and Digitize Your Water Color Art:
Best Paper for Making Art Prints and Greeting Cards:
Electric Creaser Review:
Shipping Greeting Cards for Home Stationary Business:
A full list of tools and equipment we use for art and business is available at our website here:
Music: In French (Used w/ Artist Permission)

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