Okay... So, I've been at it again. I designed some wedding invitations for a friend's friend. She loved them, and asked me to send her a proof. I saved the lowest possible pdf size I could and emailed it to her. Problem #1: We never agreed on a price ahead of time. Problem #2: She took my design, and is using it throughout her wedding. Problem #3: She thinks $125 (which is a fraction of what I normally charge) is too high, for the design (even after admitting she is using this design throughout different items, including her wedding gifts) She wanted custom work...for a 'kit' price. I don't know how to respond. She took the file I gave her to a friend, who is going to print them for her...and was like, "That's okay, right?" (I should've watermarked it...I KNOW) *rant* I'm just having one of those, "Why do you think I spent $20,000 on a degree to make you $50 invitations. I'm not in college any more!" Okay *rant off* Help!...What's the best way to tell her, that what she did was wrong? or do I just wait until she pays me whatever she's going to pay me and tell her, "Never do business like that again."