When I first launched Analog Impulse note cards, part of me feared it would be the type of venture that would leave me with nothing but a glut of inventory I’d never get rid of. Thankfully, that hasn’t been the case. The production budget for the first series of cards was paid for before they even went to press, thanks to pre-orders and investors.
With the new year drawing near, I’ve been discussing plans to make some changes to the note card model. This will probably entail closing out the first series and offering a set of new haiku on a second series. So, for a limited time, the price for a half-dozen of these note cards has been reduced until the end of the holiday season or until inventory runs out – whichever comes first.
To take advantage of this pricing, you can order through analogimpulse.net or Etsy.com. (Orders placed by Wednesday, December 15, 2010, will have a money-back guarantee if not delivered before December 24, 2010.)
‘m looking for found a few good micro-investors.
UPDATE (10/24/10): The cards are out now, and you can purchase, or find out more about them here.
I’ve been working on a modest line of note cards that feature handwritten haiku on the front. I’ve fleshed out the designs, and I’m in the process of making them a reality. To go further, I’ve realized it might help to have a little investment support.
If you’d like to become an investor on any level, please let me know. You don’t have to be willing to write a four or five-figure check (though it certainly wouldn’t hurt). Anyone who chips in $25 or more will receive, at the very least, a sampling of the cards before they are available for sale. Depending on the investment, I’m willing to discuss other arrangements as well.