I’ve decided, after some valuable feedback from a couple of customers, and after seeing one for myself, that I am no longer going to make designs available for white tee shirts. They are just coming out too dull. White tees are printed directly onto the fabric, whereas coloured tees have a white base laid down first, making the colours in the design more vibrant and stand out more.…
Why can’t a white base be laid down on a white tee shirt? Well that’s a good question, and I guess it depends on whether you have any transparency in your design or not. If you dont then I don’t see why a white couldn’t be printed first to alleviate the problem. But that’s up to the powers that be…… direct all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
I’d be intersted to know if anyone else is having the same pro
Thing’s seem to be going along nicely, I’ve just made my second sale with a design that had only been online for less than 2 hours. I’d like to pass on a HUGE thanks to GailD who bought this for her husband (I hope I’m not letting the cat out of the bag!). I realise that two sales in one day is probably unusual and that the bubble will burst soon (pardon the pun) but for now I’m happy that a few people seem to like what I do.
Thankyou also to those who have left comments, your feedback is invaluable.
I’m so excited! It’s only been about a week and I’ve just made my first sale. It was a pleasant surprise to log on this morning and find a note in my activity list that a sale had been made. Thankyou, thankyou, thankyou so much to the anonymous buyer who has just made my day. It’s an amazing feeling to know that someone out there has liked your work so much that they want to buy and wear it.
Thankyou to Red Bubble for making all this possible, for allowing people to express themselves in an arena such as this. I’d also like to thank my mum, my dad, ………..my budgie nigel!