I’m Nadyne, the owner of Hands in the Attic. My online business selling printable stationery started as an Etsy store in early 2016. Since then, I have sold more than 4300 digital goods for weddings, bridal showers, baby showers, birthday parties, and celebrations. These printable items include party invitations, wedding signs, wedding seating charts, bridal shower signs, baby shower decor, banners, editable gift tags, and many party printables.
A bit about me
I studied interactive design in art school and upon graduating, began working as a multimedia designer for a newspaper company. I did this for 10 years before moving to a different country. Shortly after, I decided to open an Etsy store selling printable stationery for life’s celebrations.
I wish I’d discovered it sooner, but… better late than never.
I love doing what I do. Better still is knowing someone values it enough to buy my creations. And even better than better, is being able to take my work with me while I’m travelling.
What I like
Travelling is something I enjoy very much. Sometimes, I aspire to live like a digital nomad. This would mean I can work and travel at the same time.
That sounds like my kind of awesome.
When I’m not designing printables or working on my shop, you can find me gawking on wedding websites, cooking, or running outdoors while listening to thriller audiobooks.
What I believe in for my business
Shopping online is all about creating a great user experience. As an online shopaholic, I find customer satisfaction to be very important. My goal as a designer and shop owner is to churn out beautiful designs, provide excellent customer service, and make sure you feel secure ordering from Hands in the Attic.
I’m always ready to answer your questions. Unless it’s a troll message or spam, my response rate is 100%. If you don’t get a reply, something really urgent must have cropped up and I seek your understanding.
I built this website using WordPress and a popular e-commerce plugin called WooCommerce. Totally self-taught because I’m geeky that way and I have a passion for all things WordPress
“Hands in the Attic” was named because an attic usually has lots of things, and my studio is on the top storey of my apartment building. One day I hope to have a real, lovely attic with lots of light and green plants.