If she paid you for the artwork with the first order, it belongs to her. If she did not, put a price on your time and quote her the fee for the design.
I did not charge a design or setup fee, when I took the job i figured it was for a youth little league. It might be worth just letting her have the artwork...If she paid you for the artwork with the first order, it belongs to her. If she did not, put a price on your time and quote her the fee for the design.
WIll definetly have to share... !!! Thank you!maybe have her check this out... its my facebook page but, if anyone wants to link to it i would be more than happy hahaha What it takes to print 1 shirt | Facebook
That is where the problem is, when I purchased the initial order of 45 pieces I got a great discount on all apparel, so I was able to offer my customer an attractive price. Now to purchase just 9 pieces, I would basically have to double what I charged her on the initial run.Do the job and keep the customer. Is the amount you would lose on this job enough to warrant her never coming back and possibly degrading your brand to the public? Be sure to charge the proper art fees in the future and ask customers if they intend to print more of the same design later.