In 2019 I was a high school business teacher preparing for back to school. My mom asked me to learn how to use her Cricut to make a custom decal. The rest is history.
June 2019 – It started with a decal.
I used my mom’s Cricut to make a welcoming decal for her classroom door. I got several orders from other teachers and started selling it on Etsy.
October 2019 – Time for an upgrade.
After a busy summer, I moved into my office and got my Roland VG2-540. I went from only cutting out black vinyl with the Cricut to printing on multiple materials in full color.
November 2019 – Let’s make it official.
I designed my logo printed it on clear static cling, and applied it across all my office windows.
January 2020 – Practice, practice, practice.
I started Reimagines without any design experience. I spent 2020 learning, practicing, and designing.
May 2021 – Let’s go full time.
I stopped teaching to work for Reimagines full-time. It’s always been a dream of mine to have my own business.
June 2021 – Let’s design.
I designed my first classroom décor collection. The Modern Terrazzo Collection is a neutral lovers dream. It consists of alphabet and shape posters, number lines, a calendar set, nametags, and labels.
October 2021 – Let’s grow.
Reimagines was accepted into Invest 606. The program is a “non-profit with a mission to catalyze business growth in the 606 by connecting entrepreneurs with the resources they need to succeed today and grow tomorrow.”
December 2021 – Let’s UV print.
The Reimagines office got a Roland LEF2-300D and began printing on Moleskine notebooks and lunchboxes.