Earlier this year, I decided I wanted to move my real-life tees and merch from my Spreadshirt store to a new e-commerce partner. It took me some time to choose who my new e-commerce partner would be, and in the end, I went with Redbubble.
Redbubble has a lot more kinds of items they can print on, and you can now get most of my designs as stickers, as well as things like cards, magnets, facemasks, and even tapestries! I even have a couple of posters made from photos I took IRL in Boston’s Franklin Park. You won’t find my designs on every kind of item available, but I hope you like the product lines I’ve selected. I’ll be adding new designs to the store as I create them, and I’ll be adding new items to the product lines as they become available.
Every item gets printed to fill orders that get placed, so please be patient as you wait for them. There’s no warehouse filled with Nanci’s Naughties merch, which keeps my overhead down. With the ongoing COID-19 pandemic still affecting the United States, it’s taking Redbubble longer than usual to fill orders. While it’s a pain in the arse, it’s part of life as we try to keep people from being infected with the coronavirus.
If you would like to see one of my designs on a particular kind of product Redbubble sells, drop me a line and I’ll see if I can add it.
With the launch of my Redbubble store, I’m closing my Spreadshirt store and will be removing my items from their database. The page for my Spreadshirt shop has been removed, so if you have it bookmarked, you’ll need to replace your bookmark with a link to my Redbubble store.