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Creative Business Supplies
HP Spectre X360
This is the laptop that I have and use for my business and blogging, and I absolutely love it. It’s lightweight, convenient, easy to travel with and has wonderful capabilities. I love the touch-screen and being able to fold it in half for creative tasks. I took a lot of time comparing , and ultimately decided on this one, and I’m really happy that I did.
iPad Pro Rose Gold 10.5 & Apple Pencil
I would say this is by far the best investment that I’ve ever made in my business. It’s by far my favorite tool as an artist! Don’t forget the Apple Pen though ;)
If there’s one thing all entrepreneurs have in common, it’s that they read a lot. If you’re like me and you love to read, but you equally love travel, this is a priceless investment.
Apps & More for Creatives:
Skillshare is my “Go To” for learning new skills, and anything business related. To say that I am obsessed with Skillshare would be an understatement. From new art techniques to SEO to what to cook for dinner, Skillshare has got it going on!
You can get 2 Totally Free Months of Skillshare here.
Creative Market is a place for Creatives to both sell and buy handcrafted designs like fonts, Procreate and Photoshop brushes, clip art & more. You can even get 6 FREE GOODS each week by clicking here.
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Procreate is an app on the iPad used for creating digital art of various sizes. There’s endless possibilities with the app and plenty of places to get free and paid brushes.
Photoshop Lightroom CC
This is a great app for editing and brightening photos for Instagram.
Canva is an awesome tool for designing Printables, Wall Art, Pinterest Graphics, Blog Graphics, Posters and More! I personally pay $10/mo for the Business version because it allows me to keep all my brand colors organized and upload my own fonts, but you could do so much with the free version as well, so there’s no need to pay if you don’t want to.