January 14, 2012
Today I’m making the first steps towards spreading my income streams (careful now). I’ve set up stores on Spreadshirt and Zazzle and created a design and some products using a robot I drew over the Christmas break.
Spreadshirt has so far proved to be the easiest to use with helpful documentation, clearly defined guidlines and flexible setup. Zazzle is a little more confusing at first, but the ability to bulk create a whole bunch of products in one go (and no apparent limits on number of designs) makes it pretty attractive.
Here’s the robot:
Who doesn’t need a child’s t-shirt with a slightly worrying robot on the front?
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