A line-sheet is a no frills version of your catalogue, it is quicker to put together and if you don't have a big range, you're pushed for time or you don't have much experience using a design software it can be a good option for you.
Line-sheet's used to be very simple but as visuals have become more important they have almost turned into a mini-catalogue of sort as you can create them fairly easily and quickly using online design tools such as Canva.
Having a good line sheet will help you build that trust with your potential stockists as it will make you look professional and experienced.
I've already talked quite a fair bit about how to create your catalogue and line-sheet in this post and I've written another post where I helped Becky from Hazel and Blue improve hers and you can read more about it here.
I've also created a very simple template in Canva that you are free to use, if you do use it, I would love it if you tag me on Instagram @small_business_collaborative or leave a review over on my google profile.
If you haven't used Canva before it's a very easy to use online design tool that is free to use. I will talk you through how to use the template below.
1. Click on the Line Sheet Template and then Use as template. Highlighted below.
2. Delete the first page by clicking on the highlighted (below) bin in the top right corner.
3. Add your own logo, lifestyle image and text on the first page.
You can upload images by clicking on uploads in the left hand-side menu and then Upload an Image. Then you simply drag that image onto your page and you can change the size to suit your design.
4. Design your product page.
Add your images, your product name, prices and product information as per the template. Click on the highlighted symbol to duplicate the page to add another product page, you can add as many as you need.
5. Wrap it up with your Terms and Conditions, How to order and all your Contact information.
If you are unsure about creating your terms and conditions, you can watch this IGTV video for some tips and hints.
I hope you will find this to be a useful resource, I plan on creating a more detailed paid for catalogue template with various page designs later on, if you are interested in this, get in touch via email (email@example.com) or DM.
If you would like some help and support, join my Facebook group, Let's Talk - Wholesale and sign up to my newsletter to receive a free copy of my Beginners Guide to wholesale eBook and finally if you would like me to review your line-sheet book an activation call here.