T-Shirt Guide: What Sets Apart the Different Styles of T-Shirts in Artist Shops?

Tees on tees on tees! If you’ve been keeping up with the new product additions in Artist Shops, you already know that we’ve added some awesome new tees to the lineup: extra soft, premium, and heavyweight! There are lots of different styles of t-shirts for you to add to your Artist Shop, and – trust us – tees sell! But from the regular vs the premium to the tri-blend vs the extra soft, what makes each of these styles of t-shirts uniqueRead more

6 Ways to Get Your Shop Ready for Fall

It’s official: fall is here! Running promos during this in-between season can be as overwhelming as trying to dress for it (one day it’s hoody weather, the next it’s tee weather). When you’re thinking about promos, you have to turn on your marketing brain and think ahead. And there are lots of ways you can get your Shop ready for scoring some earnings this season while also preparing your Shop for an awesome holiday season, too (which is creeping up fast). Time toRead more

How to Promote New iPhone Cases in Your Artist Shop

No naked new phones! Last week was the Christmas for Apple tech-lovers everywhere: the announcement of the newest iPhones. We’re super on our tech news, so the iPhone cases for the brand new models are already available in your Artist Shop! With these new phones still trending, preorders still coming in, and customers looking for a cool case to protect that expensive new screen, now’s the perfect time to add these new cases to your product lineup. Big new phone announcements onlyRead more

The 5 New Apparel Items to Add to Your Shop This Fall

With pumpkin spice lattes already rolled out in coffee shops, it’s official: fall is upon us. This time of year, shoppers are transitioning from the “shed the sleeve” attitude of summer to the cozy, fleece comforts of fall. And with five NEW high-quality apparel items now available in Artist Shops, now is the perfect time to refresh your Shop’s product lineup! Introducing the Premium Tee, Extra Soft Tee, and – the perfect fall apparel – three super soft sponge fleece products to yourRead more

New Product Alert: Add Bucketfeet Shoes to Your Artist Shop!

Bucketfeet slip-ons have slipped into Artist Shops! These super stylish, super comfy slip-ons are a game-changing product that will kick your Shop up to the next level. Since Bucketfeet became a part of Threadless, we’ve been eager to add slip-ons to the Artist Shop product offering lineup, and we know you have been too. Get to know this exciting new canvas, then start adding them to your product lineup! .     .     . Meet the Bucketfeet Slip-on With eight separate printable areasRead more

The Top 5 Mistakes Shop Owners Make During Sales

The world of the Internet is constantly changing. Therefore, the art of making a sale is constantly changing as well. Such is the reality of being an online shop owner in the modern digital era. But we’re all learning together! And to really nail down and master the “Dos” of running a promo for your online store, you first have to figure out the “Don’ts” so you can avoid or fix them. We’ve taken a few faux pas we’ve seenRead more

Infographic: The Perfect Timeline for Running a 5-Day Promo

Deciding to run a promo is easy. After all, everyone loves a good discount – it’s great for the customer and benefits the shop owner! Easy Digital Downloads, for example, reported a 16% revenue increase during their summer sale in July 2017 compared with the previous month. But for online store owners, running a promo (an awesome promo) takes some mental muscle, and it can be downright overwhelming. Never fear – we’ve got a step-by-step infographic that will walk you through how to set upRead more

How Did You Start Your Creative Career?

Whether you’re a fresh-faced grad or you’re crushin’ the creative career life, there’s always more to learn about the artistic work world. And what better way to find out more than to go directly to the source? We talked to creative professionals from Copywriters to Art Directors and asked them to answer two questions: What’s the biggest piece of advice you’d give to an artist/creative just starting out from your own experience?  What advice would you give your younger selfRead more

Sneak Peek: 10 New Apparel Products Coming to Artist Shops

Get ready: something wicked awesome this way comes! Over the next few months, we’re going to be rolling out some rad new apparel products for your Artist Shop. We’ll send you a heads up the moment you can start adding them so you don’t miss a thing. But in the meantime, here’s a little illustrated sneak preview of the 10 new products coming soon. 👀 .     .     . Real quick: a note from us to you! We careRead more

How to Run a Spring Sale

In many parts of the world (including our neck of the woods), the ice is melting, the birds are chirping, and spring is about to be in full bloom. Spring is a time of rebirth, and that means many of us are in the “out with the old, in with the new” mindset, which makes it the perfect time to run a spring sale! Tap into the spring excitement going around by offering some fresh designs and products that will offerRead more

How Might Could Studios Turned the Creative Path Into a Creative Business

Creativity can be a double-edged sword (albeit a colorful one, surely). On the one hand, it’s what drives us as right-brained art-makers. On the other hand? It can be just as energy-draining as it can be energy-fueling (thank you, creative anxiety and perfectionism). That’s why we love Christine Nishiyama of Might Could Studios. She’s made a whole career out of using her personal experiences, artistic learnings, and of course, her creative struggles as fuel for helpful posts, drawings, guides, and classes. She’s builtRead more

8 Things Artists Who Sell Their Own Work Hate Doing

Selling your work involves two very different sides of the same coin. On the one side, every artist knows how rewarding it is to start selling their artwork. But every artist ALSO knows that the busywork needed behind the scenes can also take away from time you could be spending creating new work. Le sigh: the struggle is real. Luckily, as creatives, we can all gripe about it together and we can also find solutions together! Here are 8 things artistsRead more