Well my friends, last week I saw one of my templates (Willow) customized completely for the first time..AND I CRIED. Yup, I started crying as I scrolled through Chasing Denisse’s site because I officially felt like all of the MANY hours, lack of sleep, early mornings, late nights, and no social life for months was officially truly worth it.
It’s kind of ridiculous how emotionally invested I get into my design and products (which causes a bit more anxiety at times), but it honestly makes these moments so much greater. So yeah… my heart is very full :)
Here’s the thing, I know my templates are not cheap, I get that..but I’m here to say I really do think they are worth it. Not only have a put a ton of time and heart into them (aka: various design revisions and insane perfectionism..oops), but I really wanted to create a ‘design-like experience’ for those who purchase them, and kind of feel like they are hiring me as their designer.
Not only that, but each design is different than the other..I custom designed every page (over 16) for each template to feel unique. They include some very detailed video tutorials and guided PDFs to help understand the platform and how to customize each page. And they also can come with a 40-page content planner, a free 5-day email course, and social media templates to match the style.
For me, it’s not supposed to be a super quick one and done type of template. Instead, I want it to feel like I’m helping you create an online presence that reflects your brand. For it to feel like I’m leading you through a detailed and intentional process from start to finish so you love your site and want to grow your brand. Not only that but truly allowing you to tap into your inner creative and giving you the confidence to customize the template to your business and your style.
Okay, so can you see now why I would cry! The colors, the fonts, the PHOTOS, everything is so perfect! Not only that, but she took the time to make it her own (aka: check out that shop below) and go through my tutorial videos to make sure it represented her business and brand.