Selling My Art on RedBubble

selling my art on redbubble

About a month ago, I decided to upload my digital artwork to a “Print-On-Demand” shop, This means, that I essentially opened my own little online store and am now selling my art on redbubble!

Now, as you may know, I have recently become addicted to creating art, both digitally and traditionally. Since I enjoy it so much, I figured it couldn’t hurt to upload my work and test the waters, to see if anyone might be interested in purchasing my original artwork.

Much to my surprise, I got 3 sales within 2 weeks, all from people in other parts of the world!

This, of course has been greatly encouraging and I feel so blessed for even these 3 small sales.

This week, I am excited to be working on a custom order of 5 t-shirts for a special occasion!

Redbubble is awesome because once I upload my artwork, I no longer have to worry about anything. When I make a sale, RedBubble is in charge of manufacturing the products, and shipping to the buyer! I just collect my royalties.

Hopefully, I continue to have some success selling my art on redbubble, because it would be so amazing to be able to earn an income by doing what I love. That’s the dream!

I would love for you to check out my online shop, and if you want to discuss a custom order, please feel free to contact me!

To keep up to date on my artwork,

feel free to follow me on my Art Instagram.

As always, you can find my blog on Facebook    Pinterest     Instagram     &     Twitter !

Thank you for reading 🙂

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