Decals, Invitations and More

Mountain Home, Idaho · 2587 Sales


Decals, Invitations and More

Mountain Home, Idaho 2587 Sales On Etsy since 2015

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Broke Girl Graphics MH

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Broke Girl Graphics MH

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Turning a Job into a Passion

In 2006, shortly after the birth of my son and 1st child, I began operating a small print shop in my little town.

It wasn't the career path I had envisioned but I quickly came to love it. It gave me the opportunity to meet new people and get to know them. It's an amazing thing to be able to design and print for all the special events in their lives. It didn't take long for work to stop being work and start being fun. It became a hobby, a passion and even an obsession!

I've spent the last (nearly) 10 years creating invitations, business cards, flyers, banners, calendars, books, canvas prints, window clings, yards signs and countless other items.

My business motto has always been "Never say no". If you can imagine it, I can print it. I will find a way and I'm always up for a challenge.

I started Broke Girl Graphics looking for a new challenge. My goal is to make this shop my new full-time job while being able to spend some much needed time with my son and daughter.

Thank you for checking out my shop. I hope you enjoy it.

Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or requests!

Shop members

  • Janna

    Owner, Creator, Designer

    Wife, mother of 2 and small business owner are just a few of the job titles I hold. If I am not at my store, then you can probably find me at home working on new designs and hanging out with the kids!

Production partners

  • Print Shop

    Chatsworth, CA

    This company prints my designs on select products.

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Last updated on Oct 2, 2017
Frequently asked questions

How come the colors of my print are slightly different than what I saw on my screen?

All computer monitors are calibrated differently. Therefore, you may notice a slight color shift on your actual print.

Can I see a proof with my custom order?

Why, yes.. you can! I provide one free proof with custom and / or personalized orders. If additional proofs are needed, please contact me. There is an additional $5.00 fee for extra proofs.

What if I find a typo or error after I approved the proof?

For digital files, we will be happy to fix the error but will not reimburse any costs that you may have incurred when printing the file yourself.

For items printed or cut by Broke Girl Graphics, you will need to purchase the item again for a re-print or cut. We assume after the approval of your proof, that the file is correct and ready to print. We are not liable for additional costs.

Can I receive a sample swatch of the vinyl before ordering a wall Decal?

Absolutely! If you would like a sample swatch of the vinyl to test on your wall before completing your purchase, please contact me! Sample swatches will have no tracking when sent. Please allow 3-5 business days to receive your sample.

What if my decal won't release from the backing paper?

This can happen with decals and isn't uncommon. Make sure to use a squeegee or credit card and run it across the transfer tape first. You may also flip the decal over and squeegee over the paper backing. Slowly, peel away transfer tape. If vinyl will not release from backing, lay the transfer tape back down and smooth again. You make need to repeat this step a few times. Remember to be patient and go slow. Removing transfer tape too fast can occasionally lead to tearing of the decal.

What if my decal won't release from the transfer paper?

This can happen with decals and isn't uncommon. Make sure the surface you are applying your decal to is clean and dry. When your decal is placed onto the surface, use your squeegee or credit card and rub across decal. Slowly and carefully peel away transfer tape starting at the corner. You should be peeling almost horizontal to the surface. If your decal is not sticking to the surface, lay the transfer tape back down and smooth out again with your squeegee or credit card, paying special attention to the areas that are "stuck". Sometimes, using a hair dryer can help release the vinyl by using short 10-15 second bursts of heat in between attempting to remove the transfer tape, taking care not to overheat the vinyl.