You can trust your neighbor, but don't forget to brand your cattle!
Here they are! The other half of all brand decals and shirts I made in 2017. It's hard to pick JUST ONE favorite, but I have few in mind that I really like!
There sure were some unique brands this year!! They all turned out wonderful with lots of happy customers and some good gift-givers too! Come back again next year to see what new brand decals Rock and Rowel has created for customers!
If you liked it–you should of put a BRAND on it.
Thank you, Beyoncé for help on that one.
For the past few years, brand decals have been a HUGE hit...and by huge, I mean....200+ sales for brand decals alone! With that being said... this is just part ONE of the brands for 2017.
No, this isn't really a battle of the brands. I don't want to cause any fights. I just want to showcase all these AWESOME BRANDS because each and every one is so unique! Some brands can tell quite the story, and may have been passed down from generation to generation. Some brands might have just been a happy accident drawn on a napkin at the bar. These brands come from Texas, California, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, and dozens of states in between!
If you see your brand, don't be afraid to give me a shout out! And if you don't see your brand, just wait, there are more to come
Until then...we'll see ya 'round
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Keep up with me in the Etsy shop too!! I'm always adding new shirts and decals!
If you haven't seen the newest addition to the Rock and Rowel shirt line...you might be missing out! These babies are selling like hot cakes! ...AND I LOVE IT!!!
This lovely new shirt went live this month–in honor of Beef Month. Check it out and shop for it in my Etsy shop.
"Talk Ranchy To Me" Baseball/Raglan Tee
This one of a kind shirt is brought to you by Rock and Rowel Creative Studio! You can only find it here!!!
AI, BCS, EPD – just a few cattlemen (or cattlewomen) terms we use.
Artificial Insemination (term used for breeding cattle)
Body Condition Score (term used for fatness or condition of cow-ranging from extremely thin to extremely fat)
Expected Progeny Differences (term used when selecting a bull, performance record or expected difference in performance of a bull’s progeny compared to another)
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Customers, followers, supporters, family, friends and everyone in between: I am asking for your help. I have entered the Etsy Small Business Contest for a chance to expand my business.
Etsy: How would you use the Etsy Small Business Contest money to scale your business in a big way this year?
"I would love to expand my business by adding another vinyl cutter, and purchasing a trailer to take my decal shop on the road across the state (or country) and make decals at stock shows, rodeos, and other events!"
So I am asking all of you for help. Please go vote for Rock and Rowel Creative Studio. The voting ends April 6th (which just so happens to be my birthday). So please take a couple minutes out of your day and read about my business, and cast your vote. I would really really appreciate it!!! I would love to expand my business this year with your help! Thank you, thank you, thank you!!
Ramblings from the Ranch, with Yours Truly
A day in the life as a cowgirl, designer, photographer, wife, and the lovely things that go along with living 30 miles from town.