First, I want to thank everyone who’s offered me feedback on my new website. As I try to remind myself, it is a work in progress. As such, any constructive criticism is always welcome. I’ve already begun implement some of your suggestions.
A few of you have expressed concern with having lost your login credentials. The simple truth is that with my new shop everyone is a new customer. As such, if you haven’t already purchased any embroidery designs or downloaded any of the freebies from my new LaurasSewingStudio.today site, you need to create an account.
I go into more detail on the FAQ page, but it’s pretty simple. When it comes time to checkout, enter your information, email, and a password. You’ll be entering this information on the Checkout page, under Billing Details. If you’re only downloading a freebie, there’s no actual billing taking place but your information still has to be in there (except for credit card information).
If you’ve already bought or downloaded something from the new site, then you’re all ready. Just click the link, Returning customer? Click here to login“, before proceeding. When you reach the bottom of the screen, just click Place Order.
If you have forgotten your password, that’s okay. The shop will send you an email prompting you for a new password, to the email address your provide. However, there’s a catch. Your email address has to be in the system before it can send you the request for a new password. So use the same email address that you used when you set up your account with my shop.
If you asked for a new password and didn’t get an email, then you haven’t yet created an account with my new shop or you didn’t use the email address you used when you set up your account.
What’s more, you only need to fill out most of those fields that one time, except for credit cards, as we don’t keep that information on our system.
I hope you come visit often. With the holidays over, I’ll have new stuff coming out pretty regularly, including a bunch of new freebies. If you’re afraid you might miss something, consider scrolling down to the bottom of the page to sign up for my newsletter, which I use to announce new product and freebie releases.