The One with the Coptic Bookbinding Class QUESTIONNAIRE (with Giveaway!)


Thursday, November 5, 2015

UPDATE: 
Thank you SO MUCH to everyone who responded so far! I've decided to do a "soft launch" and the class in now available in my etsy shop for $15. This is for those of you who already have supplies on hand and are anxious to start making books, perhaps as presents for Christmas! I also have wooden covers for sale for $8 a pair in my etsy shop. The kits will be coming hopefully in early December and that is when I will make the big announcement about the class :) I will continue to read your comments and take them to heart and choose a winner on the 14th! Thank you thank you!

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Ladies and gents. I am sooooo excited. I'm finally doing an online coptic bookbinding class! It's also the very first class that I'm releasing on my own and it'll be available for purchase in my etsy shop.


I've been working really hard on it for awhile and now I have some questions. I'd LOVE your feedback and to entice you to help me with this little big project, I will randomly choose one person from the comments to receive the class AND a kit, for FREE!! How 'bout that?!

1. What do you think is a reasonable price for the class?
It will be available in my etsy shop and once purchased you will receive a document to download which includes the intro, link to the video (it's over an hour from start-to-finish!), supplies (with links of where to buy them), written instructions, creative option ideas, and a closure.

2. When should the class launch - now (without kits) or later (with kits)?
I am wanting to have kits for sale to go along with the class, BUT, I don't have those kits yet and it'll probably be another month or so before I do. Should I launch the class now, or wait until I have the kits? You don't need a kit to do the class, you can find the supplies elsewhere, I'm just thinking it would be nice to have some things all in one little package.

3. How much should the kits be?
The kits will include 12 double-sided patterned papers trimmed to size (so it can fit in a smaller box and making shipping internationally much more affordable!), a curved needle, a skein of coordinating thread, a pack of ephemera (for decorating the cover and making charms), a handful of charms (such as pearls, jewels, and sequins), drilling and piercing templates, and a pair of 5x7" wooden covers.

4. Anything else you'd like to add/say/questions/comments/concerns?
I'd love to know what you're thinking or any suggestions or what you're wanting to learn, etc!

Here is a short preview:


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That's all for now, just four questions! I'll randomly choose one commenter to receive a kit and the class for FREE and announce that winner on Saturday November 14th! Thanks so much for your help!

52 comments

  1. I am so pleased you are doing this Paige!
    1. £10 for the lesson with no kit would be my maximum, more would need consideration and saving.
    2. I'll probably do mine without a kit but it makes sense to launch it all at the same time.
    3. I guess it's comparable to the average monthly kit club kit, so around £20 - £25? Only you will know what you spend to put the kit together, and I am certain you will charge a fair amount.
    4. I am really pleased you are doing this by yourself rather than with a company. I much prefer the idea of my money going to you than to others who have not put their talents and time in to the course.

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  2. 1. Bit difficult to say – seeing as I’m international but based on other classes I’ve seen I’d have thought in the 10-15 dollar range.
    2. I’d go with wait until the you have the kits.
    3. Again a bit difficult for me to judge – but I’d probably go with 25-30 dollars
    4. Good luck – it sounds awesome 

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  3. It's a fab idea and so happy you are doing this. One day you will teach me to do this in person though!! I am desperate to get you to London!! ��
    I would pay around £10 for the class with no kit.
    For me personally I would rather wait and buy the class with the kit and would pay £25-30 for the kit. I know you will work out a fair price once you have the cost of materials.
    My much else to say apart from really looking forward to more details xxx

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  4. 1) price, $20 for introductory rate( through, "x date") and then $25? After that.
    2) yes probably wait until you have the kits.
    3)kit price shouldn't exceed the class price, but it should make it worth your while to sell them!
    4)maybe include the story behind why you started binding, issues you have run into while experimenting would be good to add in? Can't wait to see more!!! :)

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  5. 1. Between € 20-25
    2. Yes I think I would wait
    3. €15-20 for the kit. But maybe don't include the copy paper. Everyone has copy paper at home and it would make shipping cheaper :)
    4. I am really excited about the class. It's awesome that it's available for everyone

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  6. 1. Between € 20-25
    2. Yes I think I would wait
    3. €15-20 for the kit. But maybe don't include the copy paper. Everyone has copy paper at home and it would make shipping cheaper :)
    4. I am really excited about the class. It's awesome that it's available for everyone

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  7. 1. I would also say somewhere around 15-20$
    2. Def better with kits. Once one buys a class you want to start immediately or as soon as possible so most will probably just buy the supplies on their own.
    3. I honestly don't know how much all the products in such a kit would cost, and obviously you need to make a profit. It is nice to have everything you need to make a book, so I would prefer to order a kit and be ready to go. However, I would consider skipping the 12*12 papers (and also the copy paper). I think most of us have lots of patterned paper (and copy paper is very easily available) and including them in the kit will raise shipping costs significantly. For me (I'm in Austria) the shipping usually determines whether to buy something or not.
    4. No idea! Looks like a great class!

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  8. 1. the topic is very exciting, it could be a gorgeous christmas present, so the price can be 15$
    2. the kits is importanat, it much more easy to do the project with it...
    3. the kit price can be a little bit higher than the WS
    4.Good luck! The idea is greate, the photo is perfect, can't wait to see more!!!

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  9. Great questions and looks like a fantastic class !
    1. I would pay about $20 for the workshop, most people wont have to debate that cost into the "fun" budget.
    2. Wait until the kits are available. I bet many people will want to have the product used in the video.
    3.Kit price will be more than the actual workshop, depending on actual cost to yourself. $25 ish ? I would also leave out the 12 x12 and copy oaper.
    We all have tons and tons of paper that can be subdituted. If you do include the paper you will be forced to ship in that lg priority box, which last I knew was 10.65 ( think its gone up since then though) just to ship. High shipping cost is usually what stops me from ordering anything online. You might consider 6x6 paper? Or cut the 12 x12 down , if not hours and hours of prep involved , just to avoid that expensive box.
    4. I think I said enough ! Sounds amazing, pretty and sooooo fun !
    Looking forward to class :)

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  10. Great questions and looks like a fantastic class !
    1. I would pay about $20 for the workshop, most people wont have to debate that cost into the "fun" budget.
    2. Wait until the kits are available. I bet many people will want to have the product used in the video.
    3.Kit price will be more than the actual workshop, depending on actual cost to yourself. $25 ish ? I would also leave out the 12 x12 and copy oaper.
    We all have tons and tons of paper that can be subdituted. If you do include the paper you will be forced to ship in that lg priority box, which last I knew was 10.65 ( think its gone up since then though) just to ship. High shipping cost is usually what stops me from ordering anything online. You might consider 6x6 paper? Or cut the 12 x12 down , if not hours and hours of prep involved , just to avoid that expensive box.
    4. I think I said enough ! Sounds amazing, pretty and sooooo fun !
    Looking forward to class :)

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  11. these questions are so difficult...
    1. I like topic but there are many tutorials in youtube. But yours are special, I would pay about 10$ for the class without kit
    2. I would rather wait and buy the class with the kit
    3. For the class + kit I would pay about 25-30$

    Thank you so much for the chance.

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  12. I have always adored your book projects! Glad you are doing this :)
    1. I think around 15$
    2. With the kits, people would be dying to create! Also, if I watch a video first and keep the project off for later, some of the excitement dies already.. So it is good with the kits :)
    3. I agree with Irit, Patterned paper and copy paper could be dropped to reduce shippinf considerably. Is the kit is add on or compulsory? Sorry if you have mentioned it in the video.. I couldn't watch the video with the sound on as I am still in office ;)
    4. Anything goes! :) maybe a page on pinterest or some gallery for the students to showcase there products collectively? That way you will have a collection of it all :)

    All the best!

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  13. What fun whimsical books!!
    1. I would probably pay $15-$20 Australian $$ for the class, it has some good info and techniques involved.
    2. I usually don't buy class kits because shipping to Australia is CRAY CRAY. I would love to buy class kits but it's often as much to post it here as it is for the actual kit! So I'm not fussed about the release date. But, realistically for northern hemisphere pals, having the kits at the same time would be helpful.
    3. I would pay $20 for a class kit that didn't include the copy paper or 12x12, that way people can use their own stash of paper (we all have too much teehee!!) and you could create a hastag for people to post pics of their books on Instagram.
    4. I think the class idea is fab! Something a bit different :) I adore the charms and would love extra focus on that element of the binding as I think that's what makes your projects unique. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!!

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  14. What a great idea for a class!!
    1. I would say probably around 15$ US based on the variety of classes I have taken and then length of the videos
    2. I would probably do the class without the kit because I am international (Canada) but launching with the option of buying a kit is always a plus
    3. It sounds like the kit would be similar in "size" to a kit club so the $25 US range
    4. Definitely sounds like fun and something very different and attractive. Yay

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  15. 1. What do you think is a reasonable price for the class? $20.00 - $25.00
    2. When should the class launch - now (without kits) or later (with kits)? With kits -- I don't drive, so for convenience, it is easier for me to have online shopping, and we also don't have a lot of LSS's in my area, so harder to find things.
    3. How much should the kits be? $45.00 - $50.00 -- you have listed A LOT of paper, and that's A LOT of your time to get them ready, so I think your price should include your time and efforts.
    4. Anything else you'd like to add/say/questions/comments/concerns? I AM SO EXCITED about this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

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  16. 1- I'd say around $15
    2- Now, without kits. People can start learning and experimenting early so when kits release they can get use the supplies after they failed on scraps first.
    3- I think that copy paper is not something people would be interested in seeing in the kit. It will only increase the weight and shipping price. Everyone has some plank paper to use. As for the price itself I'd say around $20-$25. If the products you put in it worth more that this, try to reduce the amount to meet a price around this range cause this whole bookbinding thing is new to many people and I'm not sure if many of them would want to invest a lot just to experiment (considering they already paid for the class).
    4- Although I most likely won't be able to fit the purchase of this class in my budget I'm excited to see more crafters work with bookbinding as it's something I've done for a while now and I think it's really fascinating.

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  17. Those are darling books. How exciting!! 1. I would definitely wait for the kits! I think it would be worth the wait and there are those people who don't want to decide on their own supplies. They want you to do that for them! Also, January is a great month to start something like this. Everyone will be more creative and ready to create after the holidays anyway. 2. I think $15 (U.S. Dollars) is a fair price for a single video class. it's a price where you will get more people to actually purchase. Also, this is your first, so building trust is what you have to do.
    3. As for the kit, I would price it at 30% off what it would cost your customer to go out and purchase the supplies on their own.
    4. Have at least one original item made by you in the kit!!
    I wish you all the best with this exciting new venture!!

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  18. 1. $15-20 for class...more people will take the class if it is in a reasonable price range.
    2. Release class either with kits or close to the availability of kits.
    3. Kit costs should be your cost plus 20-30%. I have no idea how much your cost is though...you don't want to be left with a ton of kits if the price point is too high.
    4. Unique, one of a kind items make the kits that much more appealing to buyers.
    Good luck and I wish you well with your new class!

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  19. Great idea! Here's what I think:

    1) $10-$15 for the class
    2) I would probably wait for the kits to go with the class, or at least nail down when the kits will be available.
    3) I think around $30-$35 for the kit.
    4) Do you actually need a drill for the cover or something else? It might be worth it to do add on kits for the drill materials, even for the charms. I'm not as 'embellishey', so I might not want charms for my binding, so maybe a more basic kit, around $30 but then you could add on charms, and say printer paper because pretty much everyone has that already?

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  20. 1 - Class in dollar is always expensive to me since Im in Brazil and it is x4. So something around $15
    2- Without kits works better for me for the same reason than above. Ship to Brazil is very expensive and since Im a scraper I probably will have the kit.
    3 - I have no idea
    4 - I think you are a wonderful scraper and should record more on line classes for the one that cant see you on person. You job is faboulous and I cant wait to buy the on line class.
    Xoxo

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  21. Great project!!!
    1. I think 15 -20 dls. Will be perfect.
    2.- it's nice to have a kit but sometimes shipping rates Are high (I'm international) so it would be nice if we can choose
    3.- all depends in the material.
    4. Talented people doesn't need luck so it will go great!!!!

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  22. 1. I'd say about $15. Apt of Claes on Craftsy are about that.
    2. I'd release them at the same time. And on the diary of the year since you won't have the supplies till about Christmas.
    3. Depending on that quality of the materials, which I'm sure are great because you or them together, is sassy $50 for the class.
    4. I'm so excited you did this and I hope to take the class!

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  23. 1. I'd say about $15. Apt of Claes on Craftsy are about that.
    2. I'd release them at the same time. And on the diary of the year since you won't have the supplies till about Christmas.
    3. Depending on that quality of the materials, which I'm sure are great because you or them together, is sassy $50 for the class.
    4. I'm so excited you did this and I hope to take the class!

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  24. 1. agreeing with most everyone: 15-20 for class
    2. I think I wouldn't buy it until it had the kit.
    3. I think kit and all $40.
    4. I have always wanted to try this, but lack of materials always stopped me.

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  25. 1. I agree with most people, somewhere between $10-20 (I'm in Canada) would be good for me.
    2. I would prefer to wait until I had the kit, to take the class with the supplies.
    3. I think a fair price for a kit, would be anywhere from $20-30. Maybe as an incentive to purchase the kit, you could do a combined price ($20 for the class, on it's own, $40 for the kit on it's own, or $50 for the kit and class together, or something along those lines!)
    4. When it comes to buying kits, shipping often makes or breaks it for me. I'm more inclined to buy a kit when there are exclusive products in the kit, or unique items that might be hard to find!!!

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  26. General thoughts-
    I'd like to get my own supplies and I think having the course "on demand would be great. So, the same video class but maybe you could "bundle" or present it two ways???

    #1 - You-supply-your-own-materials and Online Class (can access video and supply list once you pay for class. It's all on-line, PDF. No supplies mailed to you.

    #2 - Class Kit and Online Class (You pay for class and kit is sent. On-line class is accessible for you to review, while you are waiting to receive your kit.

    Just an idea. You develop your class and spin it two ways... depending on if the students want to buy/make their own stuff.

    Another suggestion... I've always wanted to take this class from you, and if I like it, I want to make more!! We live in a condo and my hubby doesn't have his wood-working tools anymore. That, and a lot of women don't have access to someone to make the wooden covers for them. Therefore... I think you should sell JUST COVERS too!! I think scrapbookers can find/use their paper but the cover-making is a little bit of a barrier for them. Just would love if that was an option through you!

    THANKS. Always your love creations! XOXO

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  27. Hi Paige!
    1) I would think 50-75 dollars total but it's definitely worth more. I am sure classes like this in person are not only 25$ . With that said on etsy maybe the above prices would be more in line with comparable products😃💕
    2)this is a hard question. I would love to see it available now for the Christmas season, I think lots of people start shopping soon for Christmas and if you wait a couple months, it might miss that opportunity. I usually by something for myself as a Christmas present because hubby /family know I have lots of supplies and don't know what crafty stufff I would like( even a list is hard because then they don't know where and what a good price is for crafty stuff)
    3) I would try to keep it under $25 dollars for the kit.
    4) what a great idea to out it on Etsy since I can't fly to Germany to take your class( would LoVE to though) . Can't wait to be able to purchase!!😃💕💕

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  28. I love the idea of an online bookbinding class! Unfortunately I was not able to come to a real class, so this would ne a good alternative. I would spend about 20 € on the online class and 20-30 € on a kit. A discount for purchasing both would be fine, so I would release them at the same time.

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  29. 1.Having done your class live, I would recommend at least $20 for the class
    2. Wait for the product to be available. Even if people want to use their own, it is good if you have supplies available for those who need them.
    3. Again, having done your class with supplies provided, I would say at least $25 for the kit.
    4. I will look forward to it, and recommend it to anyone. I would love written instructions too.

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  30. 1. $20-25
    2. Launch now and do kits later. There are sooo many of us who are dying for the class and don't necessarily needs kits.
    3. $25-30
    4. I can't wait!

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  31. I have been waiting for this class!
    1.I am thinking $20 is a good price for one video and instructions.
    2.I also think you should release it together with the kit. You could sell it as the class by itself and then class with kit.
    3.I would pay at least $25-$30 for a kit, depending on what's in it. Someone mentioned exclusive items. It would be great to have a "Paige" exclusive included in the kit.
    4.I'm excited for this class! I've enjoyed many of your classes on BPC and currently taking one on Craftsy. Good luck!

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  32. You could launch the class now but you will sell more kits if you wait and launch it once the kits are available. You can even do pre-orders now on it. I would make it a bundle, Kit WITH Class is $35. Class Only $20. That way, people will probably spend a little more and get the kit. But you do need to make sure you are making adequate money to make all the cutting, packing, shipping, etc worth your time. The class is done so that work is done but if you made $35 on each and class sale, will you feel like it was worth your time? I'm sure there are some people who would pay more but personally I would rather have more sales at a slightly lower price. I have a class with almost three hours of instruction and it's $20 and my friend has one with four hours of instruction and it's $25. I would look online for classes similar to yours and see what people are charging but keep in mind you can charge a bit more because your work is sought after. I hope that helps!! This is something I think about a LOT.

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  33. 1. $20 US
    2. Release when the kit is available, I think you'll sell more kits that way, plus I wouldn't know what to get so I'd love to have it all together
    3. I don't know how much these things would cost you to purchase but I would say charge 25 a 50% more than what you pay.
    4. I'm so excited! I have wanted to take your class on this but had no way to do it in person, so this is amazing!

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  34. 1. What do you think is a reasonable price for the class?
    $14 - $19.

    2. When should the class launch - now (without kits) or later (with kits)?
    Now please!

    3. How much should the kits be? I think with class as a bundle $30 - $35. Alone - $20.

    4. Anything else you'd like to add/say/questions/comments/concerns?
    I would totally take your class. I would probably source products from my stash. I would love to take a class about where you get your inspiration. I would also love for you to post all of your classes online, so those of us that can't attend in person could learn from you. I would pay $5 - $10 or thereabouts for each class.

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  35. 1. Without kits, $25.
    2. Now would be a good time to launch before holiday craziness and it allows for use as a December daily album. Kits can be also offered separately in your so should people want that option.
    3. I'm not a huge help in kit price because I know you'll have to do the international shipping thing but I would say I personally would probably only pay up to $50 max.
    4. Nope just excited you're offering this and ready to sign up!!!!!

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  36. 1. Without kits, $25.
    2. Now would be a good time to launch before holiday craziness and it allows for use as a December daily album. Kits can be also offered separately in your so should people want that option.
    3. I'm not a huge help in kit price because I know you'll have to do the international shipping thing but I would say I personally would probably only pay up to $50 max.
    4. Nope just excited you're offering this and ready to sign up!!!!!

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  37. 1. What do you think is a reasonable price for the class?
    $15 without kit

    2. When should the class launch - now (without kits) or later (with kits)?
    I agree with Kelly that it would be a good time to launch before holiday craziness and it allows for use as a December daily album.
    People can buy only the kit later.

    3. How much should the kits be?
    I think with class as a bundle $30. Alone - $20.

    4. Anything else you'd like to add/say/questions/comments/concerns?
    I think it is a good idea, I would die to take a class with you someday, I love your binding albums and I would love to have one and the class. I hope to receive this as Christmas gift, and I hope someday you can come to Italy to have a "real" class

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  38. 1. What do you think is a reasonable price for the class? I would say anywhere from 15-25?? Cheaper than your live classes. I would also have "5 dollar add-on videos". I really like some of tutorials you have on how to do special things/themes ...like how to use specific embellishments etc. You could work with companies if you want to promote specific items. For example, I love embossing. You could do a tutorial add-on for embossing ideas and work with the companies where they would offer the user a special discount code on the product too.
    2. When should the class launch - now (without kits) or later (with kits)?
    When kits become available. Although you don't need the kits to take the class, some people (like myself) like to have the kit so I know I have everything in front of me that you on the screen have.

    3. How much should the kits be?
    I'm not sure how much all of this will cost you wholesale...but tag on shipping and a few extra bucks for putting it all together and vwala. I would also make the kit cheaper if you buy the class with it...more incentive!

    4. Anything else you'd like to add/say/questions/comments/concerns?
    Maybe offer a few different variety of kits

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  39. 1. What do you think is a reasonable price for the class?
    50 to 60 Euro

    2. When should the class launch - now (without kits) or later (with kits)?
    Would launch both versions....and then it could be a serial launch....would also sell the kits only, for those how already have the video, but like to do more.

    3. How much should the kits be?
    25-30 Euro

    4. Anything else you'd like to add/say/questions/comments/concerns?
    No concerns....no questions...though I took the live class, I am happy that the video version is coming...and I am curious about where you found the white paper in the proper size...

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  40. Great plans here.
    I would say $15.00 for just class,
    that would be available forever.
    I would wait till the first of
    the year and release both for
    a discount.
    Probably $20.00 for the kit.
    I liked the idea of offer just
    the wooden covers as well.
    Love your blog, especially the
    travels you take.
    Carla from Utah

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  41. 1. Without the kit I'd say 30€.
    2. I'd say both. Those who want to start straight away can and the others can wait. Maybe have an option class+send kit later.
    3. For the kit 20-25€ and I also like the idea of having only the wood cover. I have so much patterned paper I don't really need more.
    4. I can't wait for it to launch.

    Lilith

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  42. 1. What do you think is a reasonable price for the class?
    I would definitely be willing to pay $25 - $30 for a class like this. As excited as I am, I may be convinced to pay more. I have been hoping for this class for a while.

    2. When should the class launch - now (without kits) or later (with kits)?
    I would probably not be interested in the kit myself as I could get the binding supplies locally and have more than enough papers and charms in my stash. (I am a horder. haha)

    3. How much should the kits be?
    I would try to keep kit cost close to or a tiny bit under the class cost. Or do a combo deal where if you buy both get a discount?

    4. Anything else you'd like to add/say/questions/comments/concerns?
    I'd love to know more about why you chose binding as a hobby. Also, the video, will it be available as a reference for a limited time or forever? I am not sure how that works with videos. I may lose interest after a while and then want to come back to it later. KWIM

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  43. I'm so happy about this, you have no idea. Yay! I did some searching and I saw some classes for $30 and then the kits were extra but then I also saw some classes for $120 but it was an in person class with kit included. I would go about this like the popular calligraphy classes online do, charge a lower rate for the class and then sell kits for those that want to purchase. Good luck! Can't wait. Also, I would wait to launch until you have the kits, it would make everything easier. I'm sure you will sell a lot of kits because how many people are going to take the time to drill their own holes and find the perfect size on their first book? Well, I'm just lazy probably, lol.

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  44. I can't wait for this class! 1. A reasonable price would be $25 - 30. 2. Launch the class now without kits. A lot of crafters (this includes me) already have enough papers and ephemera, etc. to use, we just need links to the items we don't have. 3. For those who need kits, $30 - $40. 4. Will we be able to refer to the video forever or will there be a limited time to watch it? Thanks!

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  45. I'm so glad to hear that you are going to do this great class. I have always loved looking at all your beautiful examples and have wanted to find information to do it myself but have never gotten around to it.

    1. How much? With kits included It would depend on the quantity and quality of the items you would choose to include. I would say my limit would be $35 for the kit alone.
    Without a kit and just instructions and videos...$15-$20

    2. My preference would be to launch later with kits available.

    3. It would depend on your costs plus your time putting them together. A combo deal would be great!

    4. More than one choice of kit would be nice although not necessary. Would definitely want access to the class and the video forever. I know this class will be a great success as it is so special and unique.
    Can't wait.
    PS: Love, love your travel pics and the great dialogue that you include. Thanks

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  46. I love this idea! I have wondered exactly how you make your books!! :)

    1. Without the items I would say $15ish.
    2.I would launch now, and maybe if people have already purchased it now, if they want to get a kit they can get just the kit piece later at a discounted price (or maybe you could set up a special order for these people?)
    3.$30ish, including shipping
    4.It would be great to include different styles for kits - you could make girly/boyish/neutral for starters. It would be nice to have lifetime access to the video/class materials.

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  47. 1. I would pay $10-$15 for the class
    2. Because Christmas is coming and that entices me to buy the class, I would launch now rather than waiting for kits to be created.
    3. $15-20 for the kit, unless your wood covers are far more expensive.
    4. No questions!

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  48. One add-on regarding the copy paper, where I live, we do not have inch copy paper, thus I would love to have it included....maybe it might be good to make two kit versions, with and without copypaper....

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  49. This would be awesome! I would say that the class should be priced at like 20.00 or so! Since I'm assuming it's something we could watch over and over! I would also wait for the kits so that you could also sell those with sign up for those that need one! Maybe offer two kits! A holiday/seasonal and a cute kit set too! That I'm thinking would be like 25.00-30.00 since it incorporates your wood covers and make it versatile where you can choose to include the covers or not! Can't wait to sign up for this class!

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  50. Looks like fun!!
    1. Around $10 to $15 dollars
    2. Anytime
    3/4. If I were you I would do a few different kits. One just the covers and tools. One the cover, tools, and charms. And the third one everything. Then everyone can have choices if they want to use their own paper and embellishments or not. I think it would be fair for the most expensive kit to be around $30 or $35. The cheaper ones based on the cost of the supplies would be fair.
    Thanks!!

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  51. This looks like an amazing project!!
    1. I haven't done an online class before so this could be a first for me. I think the price of $15-$20 as mentioned would be reasonable.
    2. Launching the class now would allow crafters to get started and maybe even make more than one for Christmas. Gathering most of the materials should be OK but having the information can still allow your crafting customers to get ready for the kits. You might even consider a "tool kit" for those who might only need/want the tools and cover.
    3.I feel sure you know how to price the kits as I'm sure you've ordered many kinds of kits in the past.
    4.This will be a great class I'm sure!!! I hope you have great success.

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  52. Another fabulous class by Paige!
    1. I would pay $15-20 for the class

    2. Would love to make this for Xmas so launch now (and I will be first in line for this class) and make the kits with the paper, etc. available to be sent at a later date for those wanting it. You would also get an estimate of the demand.

    3. The cost of the materials would be a major factor in pricing as well as a profit margin for your time. I would imagine the kit to be in the $50 range and there is also postage.

    4. Best of luck on this new venture! Love that the $$$ will be going directly to you too vs. a split with a big company.

    Thank you!

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