Create and Sell Products with a Zazzle Store
Don't Hate My Double Zucchinis!
Double Zucchinis Mug and More
Searching through your photographs you find a photo of Aunt Harriet proudly holding her overgrown Zucchini. Her birthday is coming up. She already has everything and she is so hard to please. How can she refuse a custom print mug?
Type in Double Zucchinis for the product shown in the photo and related gift items when in Sandyspider Gifts on Zazzle. Link to page is below this.
Set Up a Shop on Zazzle
Create and sell custom products with a Zazzle store when you set up a shop on Zazzle. Online shopping has become a growing trend. Zazzle is a custom Print-on-demand company. This is where you can design and sell your own creative creations. Or you can find a unique gift for that hard to buy person. Zazzle is one of the easiest websites to set up an account. Set up your own shop and start selling your product right away. There is no inventory to buy, no special equipment to use and nothing to pay out of your own pocket.
I started my Zazzle shop in Feb. 2009. What I love about Zazzle is all the helpful information that is offered from the staff and the website itself. If there is a question that you may not find, an email is answered quite efficiently. The support on Zazzle can’t be beat.
You can even start your own shop after viewing someone's gallery right from their Zazzle link. Like my store link below.
Unique Gifts for Your Aunt Harriet
- Sandyspider Gifts on Zazzle
Sandyspider offers all varieties of gift designs on stationary and products. Including zucchini when you type it in the search bar to the left on Sandyspider's Gifts store page. Something for everyone. From holidays to fun designs.
Fabulous at 50 Gifts
Birthday Party Gifts
Aunt Harriet is turning 50. Now that you have signed into Zazzle and plan on making money online with your own POD store, you want to show off some of those party products. No better time then for Harriet's surprised birthday party. You could make personalized cards and party favors with the photo of your Aunt and her dog Charlie. Or you can make matching "Fabulous at 50 products".
Pick the Right Camera for Your Photos to Upload to Zazzle
Zazzle Made Easy
First set up your account at the sign in page. Set up your store name. It can be the same as your sign up name or it can be different. Upload some images, choose a storefront header and start creating. No other site have I found the instructions so easy.
Customize your Zazzle store to reflex your personality. Create a store header to give it that unique professional look.
Look for the tab button for “Products” and set up your Store Categories. You can create as many store categories as you would like. Maybe you would like one for your Holiday photos and another one just with products of Aunt Harriet photos.
Zazzle allows you to create the products individually or all at once with the “Quick Create” tab. So many different type of products to make. Cards, refrigerator magnets, stickers, mousepads, mugs, t-shirts, tote bags and much more.
Name your own royalty. You can even set it as high as 99%. But don’t expect to sell any products. Remember you are competing with other shopkeepers. As stated on Zazzle.com “Take a $19.95 shirt for example. If you price it with a 99% royalty, it will cost $1,795.50. But hey, if some rich person wants to buy your shirt, we'll be happy to make it and give you the 99% royalty.”
Software to Enhance Your Photos for Your Zazzle Gallery
Aunt Harriet and Charle
She is Everyone's Aunt Harriet
If I had an Aunt Harriet, this is what she would look like. In this case, she is everyone's Aunt. Someone special to your heart and as unique as your designs on Zazzle.
In this photo she is not holding her zucchini.
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