5 Apps To Create Profitable T-Shirt Designs (For FREE!) – Print On Demand Designing Tutorial

You can start your cool T-shirt design for free using either Canva or Placeit or even Envato Elelements. Alternatively, if you prefer using a stand alone software you can download to your computer without eating up your wallet, then, my favorite is Art Text Design for Mac, though you may still use softwares like WordArt or simply check out Envato Marketplace for some cool and affordable products that may be used for the same purpose. You may also use free print-on-demand websites like Teepublic to sell items with your artwork designs printed on them and make some cool money from that.

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I Come With Peace and Love Pullover Hoodie

Remember Safety – A campaign Safety Officers Slogan T-Shirt

Be Safe Always! – Safety Campaign Slogan Wear T-Shirt

Be Careful Carelessness Can Hurt You – Safety Slogan T-Shirt

Before You Start Be Safety Smart – Safety Slogan Sweatshirt

Before You Start Be Safety Smart – Safety Slogan T-Shirt

Safety First – Safety Slogan T-Shirt

I’m a Safety Champion – Safety Slogan T-Shirt

Follow Proper Work Procedures Sweatshirt

Safety Is My Goal, What’s Yours? – Safety Slogan T-Shirt

No Racism, No Terrorism, No Islamophobia T-Shirt

Kiss me I’m Pretending To Be Holy Sweatshirt

Simenual Bandage Tie Dye Hollow Out Rompers Womens Jumpsuit

Simenual Bandage Tie Dye Hollow Out Rompers Women’s Jumpsuit

Simenual Women's Workout Ribbed Rompers Jumpsuit Active Wear

Simenual Women’s Workout Ribbed Rompers Jumpsuit Active Wear

Laamei Women High Waist Fitness Workout Push Up Leggings

Laamei Women High Waist Fitness Workout Push Up Leggings

Laamei Winter Loose Denim Women Oversized Fur Collar Plus Velvet Padded Jacket

Laamei Winter Loose Denim Women Oversized Fur Collar Plus Velvet Padded Jacket

Women's Casual Large Size Fashion Long sleeve Sexy Turn-Down Collar V-Neck Print Loose Zipper T-Shirt

Women’s Casual Large Size Fashion Long Sleeve Sexy Turn-Down Collar V-Neck Print Loose Zipper T-Shirt

New Fashion Women's Sexy Off-shoulder Long-sleeved Solid Color T-Shirt

New Fashion Women’s Sexy Off-shoulder Long-sleeved Solid Color T-Shirt

You can start your cool T-shirt design for free using either Canva or Placeit or even Envato Elelements. Alternatively, if you prefer using a stand alone software you can download to your computer without eating up your wallet, then, my favorite is Art Text Design for Mac, though you may still use softwares like WordArt or simply check out Envato Marketplace for some cool and affordable products that may be used for the same purpose. You may also use free print-on-demand websites like Teepublic to sell items with your artwork designs printed on them and make some cool money from that.

Please don't forget to share this on your social media platforms and bookmark this website for future tutorials! You can also join us on Telegram at https://t.me/T_ShirtsChannel

479 comments

  1. I just opened a shop on redbubble in February 2021, now there are 48 designs and they haven’t sold at all, Hopefully my designs and all of you can sell well on redbubble.

  2. oh shoot… ive been using Canva but didnt mind using pro because i had the 30 day trial huhu … i dunno how to verify which designs are okay and which not 🙁

  3. IT SEEMS that the Canva filters now only allow for filtering of colors and language and they don’t give you an option to filter by free and pro images and texts. So what are you doing now?

  4. Im an artist. I make my own images i want to print. Any one of these apps i can fuse the whole image all over a T-shirt or hoodie like it becomes one with the texture?

  5. Just started my POD store front on SPRING I am a big fan of PLAC-it! Your were a lot of help in getting me started.

  6. Good vid thanks! I’m confused about Canva licensed fonts though? I thought the whole point of subscribing to the pro version was to cover everything on there. Why would they have licensed fonts that we can’t use on there? 😬

  7. ?newbie in every way with a question: are we permitted to create designs based on faces of people like the president? LOVED your video! sub’d!

  8. But ‘so what’ if you ‘were’ sponsored? What’s people’s problem with that?
    There are so many good channels with sponsored videos.
    Viewers need to get a grip and stop being negative towards others living successfully.

  9. Hi, can you provide the link for your video, that taught how to check for trademarks? Thank you! 🙂

  10. Hi Sarah, sorry for this sincere comment. I would appreciate it much if you could speak a bit slow so I could catch up.

  11. I just ordered some samples from Monster Digital for tshirts and their quality is very grainy. Do you have any other t-shirt POD companies you recommend through Printify? I’m afraid these samples will start to crack after one wash

  12. Can you design and sell these on your phone? That’s all I have right now – I’m saving for a new computer. Free, free, free. I’m thinking of doing red bubble and Etsy with printify or printful. Such great content, thank you! 💖

  13. I searched and searched for the Camper app, (spoiler alert: there isn’t one); Then I sware you said Camfer..another dead end. Then I lost the link to this video and found font apps (don’t ask). Finally I refound this vid and isolated myself in a sound proof room, and replayed that part where you said Canver over and over until it finally dawned on me that you were saying Canva…

    Ok, now to find where you showed the transparent background work-around…

    This tee-shirt business is a real mind workout, whew! 🙂

  14. By can you make a video tutorial how to create a print all over t-shirt for teespring please.Thanks

  15. Just tried to create a canva account and replicate this today as a training exercise. Canva won’t let me filter my search bar to just the free stuff like you did for the nurse hat or wine glasses.
    Is that because I’m using a free account?

  16. How do you select the pixel size? Redbubble recommends a certain pixel size but Canva does have that size it adjust it for you since it doesn thave it

  17. I prefer your picture of the donut than on the original t shirt but that’s because I like things which are kawaii and that donut is defintiely kawaii style!!!

  18. Loving all your info. Gonna talk to my 15 year old son about it. I am curious if you went to college and if so what you majored in, if you don’t mind.

  19. Sarah it would be nice if you showed us what you were clicking on to open the text box in Photopea.. seriously, I had to go to another YouTuber to see how.. Guessing you don’t read the comments as you are a busy chick.. The rest of the info is wonderful. I made my first Tshirt, on Canva, from this video. Thanks for the great info.

  20. Hi Sarah! I think Canva is the best $12 monthly dollars I’ve ever spent!! so easy and good , I even use it for work as a Product manager 🙂

    1. @el Yes, and they are all non-exclusive meaning you can upload the same designs to all three. The thing with Merch by Amazon though is you have to basically apply for an account.

  21. I just wanna share that I TRIED to make an account at Teespring, and yet it said that my email have already been taken. I tried with 3 different emails, one was even brand new,created especially for that account. So Idk what’s going on with Teespring or did I do something wrong, but so far I don’t recommend it.

  22. How to remove the colour background on redbubble when uploading design? It always have a colour background with it.

  23. If I can’t use pro elements then why should I get canva pro at all? I could use other sites / softwares to remove backgrounds or other functionalities.

    1. @Wholesale Ted thank you for the explanation. I realized later in video your point. I appreciate it! My apologies.

    2. If you watch my tutorial and don’t skip over any of it, you will see I use Canva PRO exclusive features to increase the size of the canvas so that I can print in high quality. Other websites will not increase the image size while maintaining image quality, they will artificially blow it out making it print pixelated. It’s your choice but this is what I recommend for the best print quality 🙏

  24. So tell me something, exactly why would I purchase a Canva pro account if I’m not able to use / allowed to use freely the pro pictures and fonts without fearing of consequences even after paying for its high subscription ? The subscription must include all the licences to allow users to go creative freely without obligations

  25. Hello! I love your videos but I have a question that has been stopping me from making any moves. I have several ideas for different niches, do I need a separate Shopify store for different niches? And is it just standard for dropshipping items from the same store to come from different suppliers or do i need to find one supplier for everything I want to drop ship?

  26. Hey Sarah! Tony here, I really appreciate the content you put out and just got the placeit yearly subscription and ready to get the ball rolling for the POD life. Your channel also inspires me to make a youtube channel of my own

  27. Question. If you don’t have a pro canva account. How can we save what we create in canva to be transparent and larger? can we save the design and then change it in the free program Photopea?

  28. Ive been using canva for ages now and its been a godsend! Also got the phone app for on the go 😂

  29. Love your work fellow Kiwi! We are also Kiwi’s trying to grow our brand and have watched hours of your videos as we are building our website 😁 I have one question for you, we are a YouTube channel about to start selling merch, does this mean we should only have clothing/items to do with our brand/channel or can we expand our shop to a wider audience then only those that follow us? Cheers! 🍻

  30. I’m thirteen and I am just getting into this type of stuff and your videos are really helping me and educating me
    Thank you

  31. I get most of it with Placeit, however, how does the mock up work on your website and intergrate with the POD like Printify?

  32. Thank you Sarah for all your help. Asking if you can develop a video on your thoughts about OVER (a graphic design app belonging to GO DADDY). I learned so much about the importance of using free Public Domain fonts and pictures. I paid for OVER and they are very clear that you can only sell 400 units of a design created with their App, free or PRO versions. If you time to help us better understand this App, maybe some pros and cons, that’d be great. Thank you and continued success to your ❤.

  33. Wow…. I’ve used Canva for 5 years to design my Power Point Presentation for Uni….Never did I know I could use it to design a POD products. I’m gonna try it 100%. Fingers crosses. Thanks for the tips.

  34. What platforms do you recommend to sell these?

    Would you upload onto multiple platforms or just one?

  35. I appreciate that you take the time to really investigate the in’s and out’s of the websites. Thank you for the content.

  36. If you can make designs on placeit, what is the advantage of having canva as well? I’ve never used either before and would genuinely like to know.

  37. Sarah, is it just me or thr Canva free version doesnt allow filtering on the images we want to use?

  38. Hi Sarah , you always mention using Fiver to do graphics on T-shirts . My question is that if I have paid them for that artwork according to the specs that I gave them and the general idea that I want in the design , how do I know that they are not going to claim copyright to that design if it is used in my stores and due me ? How does one protect ones self from this ? . I have some good idea’s of what I want but I don’t want them “stolen” by the graphic designer who follows my instruction and claims my idea as his own . How do we prevent this and unneccessary legal issues ? Also , to prevent them reselling my design to other entrepreneurs ?

  39. My question is when it comes to doing the taxes or any kind of paperwork in that order who takes care of it do we or does the on-demand print company

    1. No matter what business you start, it is you that needs to file pay income taxes to your local government for your income, not anyone else, and not your POD company 🌞

  40. I’m an idiot… I went and signed in to Canva and then heard you say – go ahead and sign up to the affiliate… I’m an idiot, I’m sorry!

  41. Hello I just started on red bubble I want my designs to fit all the products and the best size is 7632×6480 but canva doesn’t have that is there an app that I can use for these dimensions??

  42. Hi Sarah! You’ve inspired me to finally take the leap. I took your promo code for PlaceIt and also signed up for Canva (again). I’m downloading them as 3000x3000px and for SURE checking the template box, but when I take them into Placeit, it still shows the rectangle as if not transparent? 🙁 I can’t seem to find this in their FAQs so just thought I’d take a chance to see if you know. Thanks either way 🙂

  43. hey Sarah! Any idea how to create 4500×5400 PNG 300 dpi with Canva which has transparent background? I created the design but 300 dpi is just as PDF from Canva. If I make the original PNG increased by 3 in Canva then the size will be too big (Amazon merch require 4500×5400 transparent 300dpi files)

  44. I am using PhotoShop to design my t-shirts and mugs. When using the same graphic for a t-shirt and a mug.. the mug size is a lot smaller. Do you make a separate graphic or do you use the same one you used for the t-shirt and just cut down the size? P.S looking forward to hanging out in eCommClubhouse later this month. 😊

  45. how did you avoid to use a template in Placeit, and started design from scrach? 18:10 on the video

  46. I couldn’t hear a word of what was being said from laughing so hard over that 2020 design 😂 Very clever 👍

  47. I am confused…so are u allowed to use place it designs like this donut on your shirt and sell it on etsy?

  48. I feel silly for asking, but did I hear right – you can upload your designs to RedBubble. You don’t need a store (like Shopify) and that Redbubble have their own print on demand provider?

  49. On the donut design you copied from Etsy would you be able to use that on your site even though it was already used by another seller here on Etsy?

  50. Hey there! Thanks for the video! Very informative.
    However, I was wondering , do the quotes on the t shirts have a copy right too? Do we need to create our own quotes or can we copy the quotes and recreate a different design?

  51. Hi there.. I have a question for you. I live in Azerbaijan and as far as I know paypal does not work in Azerbaijan. So, how can I receive my payments from redbubble?

  52. When i ask for some artwork ie getting someone on fiverr to draw something in my brain for me do i need to state that i want to use this commercially or agree how it will be used before hand? Or is it the fact that im paying for it once the money and artwork transaction has cleared it is owned by me and i can use it as i wish? Also i have ideas of things i want to print but i am struggling to find if something like a saying or a silouette is copyrighted. Also things like popular slogans such as im fine from the meme or we al float down here sayings from it, where would i search for this sort of thing?

    1. she has a video dedicated to this. will find your answers there. it’s called Do Not Sell These 5 T-Shirts

  53. Love love love your channel girl my laptop charging has burned out so now i am relying on my husband to get ne a new one… I am so very passionate to start my own business its my biggest dream . Always wish sonething to start for free as I have no money. Your videos and tutorials are like light in dark for me I love the motivation you give us … love you gal….

  54. We love your videos!! My 12 & 13 year old daughters are in the beginning phases of starting a POD shirt store.

    You have been incredibly helpful. Thank you so very much!!! 👍

  55. My thing is I wish I could find an app that could do designs in bulk. So basically find a template, upload a set of phrases and it spits out designs of each phrase. Know of anything like that Sarah?

    1. All logo making apps do that. Just put a phrase instead of brand name and here you go, tons of designs

  56. Hey Sarah , I am currently a subscriber of Ecomm Clubhouse…. In the course, and as well as in this video, tutorial you make simple typography designs using canva…. however, the way you do it in Ecomm Clubhouse the dpi comes out to 96 on an image and in this video you increase the file size to 3 which does increase the dpi to 288….both ways are still suboptimal for print on demand….. the minimal dpi needed for quality printing is 300….I love how user friendly canva is for creating a simple typography design…. please help me as I am going crazy trying to figure this out… I emailed Ecomm Clubhouse as well…hoping to find an answer..I am literally stuck on this issue preventing me to move forward in Ecomm Clubhouse and creating my store…. Thank you!

    1. @Wholesale Ted Thank you for this clarification…. I also just want to make sure that typography style based designs, created in canva, are okay at 96 dpi as well for POD products? I appreciate all your insight !

    2. You are way over thinking it. There is barely a noticeable difference between that and 288dpi and 300 dpi. Especially for text based designs, if I handed you two prints, you would not be able to tell them apart! If you are getting something drawn, with detailed pictures, then sure, make sure they give you at least a 300 DPI file! 🌞

  57. I really love 💕 the way you transmit information!! Everything is really clear !! Thank you 🙏

  58. I really enjoy learning from your videos! Although, one thing that drives me nuts is how you will repeat yourself more than two times! We are watching the video, no need to be so redundant.

  59. I have been trying all day to get the free Pro trial on Canva from your link, nothing but errors, still no access.

  60. Thank you so much
    Have a wonderful year, also help me to increase sale as I have lot views but no sale on etsy/shopify

  61. After watching many videos of hers full of complex processes and information, I’m starting to realize that this “passive income” thing is a time-consuming job with massive competition and no guarantees of success. That said, it may be worth it to make the type of money she claims, but it tends to sound too good to be true.

    1. it’s a waste of time. common sense tells you that if it’s free to design and sell t shirts on a site, that it’s going to be hopelessly saturated with sellers. you would have a better chance of making money in a casino.

  62. Hey! How do you deal with customers when you print with Monster Digital in America and they get customs charges? I’m based in Canada, so should I be going with a Canadian warehouse like Big Oven Tees?

  63. Oh my gosh, thank you so much. In order to get information like this With All the webinars you have to pay ridiculous amounts of money when you do it literally for free, all you ask for IS for us to subscribe and give it a thumbs up and I’m so down for that. Thank you so much, I literally found your channel yesterday and I immediately subscribed.

  64. I’m new To your channel and would love to start my own Redbubble . I was wondering about copyright . I see a lot of designs out there that definitely have copyrighted material on them. What are the actual rules when designing to avoid copyright infringement. Especially when it comes to phrases for example “Be Kind .Rewind .

  65. What does it entail to have your own e-commerce website – do u need to learn wordpress – do u hire a company to manage your website?

  66. I was disappointed with this video because I did not see you DANCE once at all 🙂 Jokes…Thanks nice info

  67. I’m learning so much. I have so much confident I can make money from print on demand just from your videos. And you’re so sweet to offer these up JUST to help others. Liked and subscribed. Thank you so much.

  68. Canva has improved their max pixel count from 3500 to 5000 px. Maybe we can do less resizing now?
    I like to use the largest px to resize smaller if needed (when uploading to Redbubble, since they don’t enlargen images.) So to keep your t-shirt ratio that means instead of using 2400×3200 I’d use 3750×5000. What do you think?

    1. I can make images much bigger than that, I have been making 4500×5400 pixels a lot recently 🌞

  69. Hi💜
    Just wanted to try redbubble i loged in but when i chose to start designing it always leads me to an “error page” thing
    Any help please??😩

  70. Hello blogger, we want to advertise on your channel, is it convenient to give us a contact method?

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  72. Thank you for great info. You are amazing and so friendly speaking . I like your tutorial .canva is the biggest platform graphic designer.

  73. Great tips, thanks Sarah 🙂 Do you know of an alternative for Typorama please? I love it but the size won’t go up to t-shirt and if I scale the design, it loses crispness. Doesn’t have to be free, thanks.

  74. oh , its the same beautiful lady who taught me step by stip method of creating dropshipping store, last time i didn’t subscribe to your channel and i thought i lost you but not this time and here you are again .

  75. People! Stop watching this rubbish about making millions by selling T shirts online. There are billions of T shirts available right now. Please go back to real life, learn some useful skills, programming, become better in your profession. This way you will make much more money!

  76. I usually don’t like videos I watch. But u r kinda convincing ,so i liked )). u can consider urself as a rare person))

  77. ipiccy is also free. Any free t-shirt template sites? Hmmm, could be profitable in a different way.

  78. Can anybody please tell me how to create a new design from scratch with Placeit? I can’t for the life of me find that option anywhere.

  79. Sadly, Canva recently removed the “free” filter when using assets. You can still find the free ones, but you have to scroll through the whole list and that makes it a bit annoying.

  80. You should at least explain how to make the background transparent. WhaT’s the point of watching this if you dont teach the number 1 thing???

    1. @Wholesale Ted I went over it again. The problem is that you didn’t say clearly what you were doing like doing a step by step tutorial. Having your image at the corner while you are reading your script is kinda distracting. But overall your video isn’t bad. Thank you for the content.

  81. Just started my Redbubble store today focusing on sarcastic and relatable lockdown thoughts, thanks to you! Thank you so much for this video, it’s been so helpful!

  82. Hey Sarah & the Wholesale Ted team. I’m in Australia and scoping out the possibility of starting a POD store, however, the product costs, for example via Printiful Australia, are expensive. I can’t see how there would be much of a profit margin in it?

  83. Love this!! So useful! I was wondering whether any of you knew if I can sell my designs on Redbubble, AND Etsy, AND Spreadshirt, etc. at the same time or if there are some legal problems/ disadvantages. Thank you!!

  84. I did an A/B test between Printify and Printful
    The image from Printful was clearly superior, and the shirts arrived 5,-10 days faster than Printify. Well worth the few dollars extra that Printful charges. Also, I use the GIMP, which is a Free And Open Source Software, to design my shirts. There is a steep learning curve, but Davies Media and several others have free videos on YouTube that show how to do almost anything with the GIMP (Gnu Image Manipulation Program). Another nice thing is that they have a version that runs on Android, which I can use on my tablets. Inkscape is another FOSS program which also has a version that runs in Android devices.

    1. Hi John. This is a very helpful comment, thank you, but I think you may misunderstand Printify you said “I did an A/B test between Printify and Printful and Printful was better” – but this isn’t accurate because unlike Printful, which prints in-house, with Printify there is no one single factory. You selected 1 of Printify’s many factories, and each has their own quality prints. Just because you had a bad experience with 1 provider at Printify, doesn’t mean they all print at that quality. The print provider I choose, Monster Digital, does prints on-par with the quality of Printful: https://printify.com/app/print-providers 🌞 so what would be very helpful, is if you could say which provider you used at Printify. Oftentimes the Print Providers at the “top” of the lists that most people select (because they are listed first, due to being cheaper) are lower quality. Monster Digital you have to purposefully scroll down and select because it is more expensive.

      So yes, saying “Printify prints worse than Printful” is not an accurate statement, because Printify doesn’t make their own products, they simply connect you to other print providers, it is up to each individual to then do their own research on those providers 🙏

  85. A quick question. I’m about to start out and I’m concerned with print quality of white on black tshirts. Is this genuinely an issue or am I over reacting?

    1. I think you’re overthinking it! If you’re using a high quality POD supplier this shouldn’t be an issue.

  86. Hi Sarah, I have a question…what do you think of Gym/Fitness niche, still worth it or became saturated?

  87. Wholesale Ted thanks for the WhatsApp warning, I thought it was you the person was asking me for $97 for the print demand course as well as some bitcoin investment.

  88. Hello Sarah, your videos are opening my mind to online business.. thankyou for that. I`m Brazilian and moving to Ireland next year, can you tell me if I can start a print on demand business selling on Europe when I’m still in Brazil? Or should I wait?

  89. It’s 4:29AM what am I doing here right now. I’ve watched her before but I’m already doing redbubble 😂

  90. Sarah, there is fake wholesale ted account that looks like your account without a verified tick that replying to your comments, can you ban him?

    1. He is on my block list, YouTube says that it “hides” a user but in my experience, that pretty much never works, not really sure why! 😬

    2. @Wholesale Ted have you tried to block him? In his channel, you can block him, not sure if it works this way.

    3. I have tried! I made a community post about it, YouTube won’t let me ban him unfortunately, I have had to contact my rep.

  91. Sarah someone has a fake account using your picture and youtube name. this was posted to my message on your last video.

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  92. I used a free font on Canva yesterday and it got flagged for copyright. When I searched the web for the font it is free for personal or you can purchase a license. Is there any way to find or view the font licenses on Canva? Does Canva purchase licenses for the free fonts? The license agreement says all free media is safe for commercial use but I’m not sure if that will convince Teespring that I have the right to use it.

    1. @Wholesale Ted It was called Mistrully. Dafont lists it as free for personal use. Thanks for the reminder. I think I’ll double check my fonts from now on.

    2. If you want to check, do what I showed in the video, where each time I use a font I Google it and include the word license to double check. That is good to know a free font had that license, I have yet to encounter a free font on Canva that has a license like that, can you please share what font it was? 🌞

  93. You have most likely already talked about what I’m about to ask, but here goes! I need a free app where I can do t-shirt designs that will allow me to copy and paste many different photos into one, kind of like decoupage……can you help??😊

  94. Does anyone know if i am allowed to make music quotes print on demand products? And what about movies and series quotes?
    (Sorry for my english, thats not my mother language)

  95. Thank you very much for your video, I started just today and have already added 7 of my designs redbubble and teespring. I haven’t made a profit yet, but I think I’m already on my way to my goal. My nickname in there “parcyvalle” can you estimate ?

  96. Great video..!! is every time we have to see the license of free elements whether they allowed using for a t-shirt design..it’s time-consuming??

  97. Love your videos, Sarah! Just subscribed! 😀
    Sorry if this has been answered before, but do you recommend opening shops on multiple websites with the same designs? Let’s say I design a t-shirt and sell it on RedBubble, should I put the same design on a t-shirt up on Etsy (via Printful/Printify) as well? Or is that bad? I was thinking that maybe that increases exposure but not sure if it’s a bad thing to do? Thank you 🙂

  98. I just wanted to thank you for the time you put into each video, because there are allot of videos out there and I have found yours to be the best. I am from New Zealand and at this time its difficult. I am starting my own drop shipping website and I will make it work. Your right if you want things like a house, flash car just be debt free its a good option and the best thing is your the boss.

    1. I get that, but also, I show you how to use Canva Pro for 30 days for FREE – I think that’s pretty fair, and not clickbait at all. That’s a lot of days to utilize it! And 3/4 of the other apps I show are also free too 🌞

  99. Hi Sarah, how do you design from scratch on placeit ? I can only start with a template and change that one?

    1. That’s basically how I do it, I pick a template and delete the elements and start from essentially scratch 🌞

  100. Brand new to your channel and I’m binge watching all of your fantastic content you just earned a new subscriber!

    1. Canva has animated, moving gifs for people saving pictures as web graphics 🌞 but obviously when you print a picture, it can’t move, haha, hence I filter out animated gifs 🌞

  101. I don’t find the button to add another text and how to move and enlarge the text in place it? Thanks a lot

  102. I have a question regarding marks in redbubble Sarah, if you could answer it and don’t have a problem with it please u-u, how much % do you use or think is good? Thank you for the awesome content

  103. Can You start Shopify at a young age I’m looking into it and I’ve seen a lot of videos. I’m wondering if it is worth spending the money, and if You don’t go negative, or is it worth it

    1. @Wholesale Ted oh thank you! this helps a lot, I will continue to look into the buisness platform with your videos, and tips and tricks, and maybe see if I can make something out of it. Thanks again!

    2. I think the age that you have to be to open a Shopify account is 13 🌞 but the fact that you say “start Shopify” instead of “start an online store” means that you’re looking at this in a strange way & probably aren’t ready to start yet. Shopify isn’t a business model. It is just an ecommerce platform to run an ecommerce store, which is the business model. That may sound petty of me to make that distinction, but it isn’t. The reason why it is important, is because if you don’t understand that, then there is a good chance there is a lot about ecommerce in general you also don’t understand too. I don’t want you to waste your time to try & start a business that you don’t understand enough about to succeed in yet. But no, your age shouldn’t stop you from starting it when you are ready – I think 13 is the age you can start a Shopify store legally, and 13 is the age you can open a Stripe account to accept payments 🌞

  104. Hi i would really appreciate if you respond to me you see i want to start my print on demand store i already have the clothes and all and there is no copyright its original and no pictures well the point is that to start earning money i need a paypal which i think to earn money you need a business paypal which need to have a company location and bla bla bla and LTE or something like that what other thing can i do to receive the money without doing all off that or registering my company is neccesary?

  105. Are all images in Openclipart free? Can they be used on print on demand prints without no legal issues?

  106. I’m considering signing up with Spotify, is there a price difference if you go with the drop shipping part?
    Thank you

  107. Hi Sarah, I have been trying to get in touch with you for past 2 weeks. My email id is mukesh@invideo.io. It would be really great if you can look at my emails and let me know your thoughts.

  108. Hey Sarah, thanks for the video! I have a question, in your opinion (or anyone else who wants to answer the question) should I place my POD designs on multiple 3rd party sights ie…Redbubble, Tee spring, and more? Or should I just make a shopify store with the designs?

  109. Thank you for great videos! But I am struggling to find where I can create a design from scratch on Placeit… Can anyone shed some light on this please?

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  111. Hey Sarah! Thank you so much for doing these videos and giving us a lot of value. It is much appreciated! Would you please consider making a video tutorial on how to get custom packing when dropshipping items from aliexpress/alibaba?

    1. If you go to Redbubble you’ll see a listing of what minimum file size is needed to print on each item. Bigger is better! Making a small pixel image and making it bigger after will result in bad quality. So create bigger to start with! I usually do a 3600px square as my minimum because it’s the minimum for pillows and totes on society6 but it works on a number of Redbubble items as well. But to print on the most items without tiling the image as a pattern you want larger than that. Best of luck with your shop!

  112. What to do if we have canva free account how can we increase the size and create transparent background??

  113. PlaceIt has free mockups as well. It’s hit or miss if they will have what you need, but I’ve gotten lucky a few times!

  114. Hi Sarah,
    I don’t know if you’ll ever read this comment, I would be happy about it, but I leave it for all those who wonder if everything you say is real or not.

    You could easily get paid more than 5k for all the infos and evidence you give, but unlike other “GURUS” you stay real.

    THANK YOU!

    Thanks from the bottom of my heart. I’m taking your course, and I’m honest it’s pure gold.

    In your YouTube videos you give informations that can really be used, that others don’t give for free.

    Ladies and gentlemen,
    Even if you are just following these videos
    you only have to do your research, your homework,go Google it.
    There is no fucking money machine, stay real and take dramatic action.

    You are the only one who truly deserves to be called a “guru”.
    I don’t think you want to be called like that,
    and that’s what make you different from other charlatans, who promise gold by selling shovels!

    Sarah you are the REAL ONE.

    LOVE from Italy.

    1. Please do not use curse words when you are mentioning Sarah in the same text even when commemorating her. Thanks

  115. Thanks for another great video, Sarah! You’re helping a lot of people by sharing your experiences and knowledge. Keep up the great work!

  116. Greetings, Sarah! There are only 2 questions I had. Do you use the same designs on different sites? And do you use the same shop naming on different platforms? Thank you for your videos! 😊

    1. I just want to reiterate what I said in the video, in case there was any confusion: copying these designs is a bad idea. Irregardless of trademarks, these designs are copyrighted. So please don’t copy them. I only used them as designs to recreate for a tutorial, not to sell. Please do not try to copy and sell these designs. Every design someone makes is protected under copyright 🙏

      I highly recommend rewatching this part of the video again if there is any confusion on that, but yes, I don’t want anyone to think that copying the designs is what I recommend 🌞 https://youtu.be/3yp1TspeVMs?t=76

  117. Every time I watch one of your videos it makes me want to try POD again even though so far I haven’t had any luck, but hey, if I give up then I’ll 100% fail so I won’t do that.

    1. The guys who made the cleaner product 409.. u heard of that product? Well they named it 409 cuz on their 409th try it finally was a success. 😁

  118. I love the step-by-step. I’m saving this one to my playlist. I’m a computer dinosaur, but I believe I can learn anything.
    Maybe I can’t learn it perfectly or the best but I can learn it well enough, to do it well enough. And all the rest is me!
    I’m starting my store today.

  119. Hey. Loved the content! Your art most definitely remind me of Oli Mueller. His drawings hella is like Draw with Jazza mixed with Rembrandt. He is the most soothing artist on YouTube and he basically gets vibey in every vid.

    You should totally see his channel out and give the painter a subscribe! 👉 #OliMuellerPainting

    1. Can you use the free colorful fonts too for commerce purposes? The ones that have color and design, or is it just the plain text that’s legal to use?

  120. I’ve been live on Merch for 2 weeks and have zero sales. I was told by one of the Merch customer service reps that our hand drawn original design was the best she has seen in the platform. I just don’t understand. I’ve researched and amended my bullet points etc to try and be more searchable. I have gone down to very low margins. Any advice/pointers for me? I really like your vids. They are very good. Thank you! 💚🎸

  121. Hey Sarah, I have a question for you. I am selling T Shirts on Etsy right now, but want to open an online store and get away from Esty. I was wondering what hosting and website builder you would use ?

  122. I really enjoy all the information you provide here on YouTube. I also recently signed up for your course and am currently going through the steps. You hit on sales psychology frequently. I think a dedicated video to sales psychology would be great to help with understanding the WHY of certain actions/strategies. I just opened my store and think it would help immensely in planning strategy.

  123. SOS!! SOS!! Sarah please help . I want to do original art works of female politicians and civil rights activists to sell with my print on demand business. However I am scared that I cannot use these images to sell. I know you stated in one of your videos that politicians don’t generally care , but what about activist?

  124. this is awesome!! keep up the great work!!!! ☺️ do you mind checking out my latest video or subscribing? :).

  125. I use Place-It, but I’ve never seen a place to just do my own thing. They always make me choose a template, then I struggle to make their presets work for me.

  126. Is Canva (or anyone else) actually tracking down who’s using the Pro fonts/elements inappropriately? I doubt it.

    1. I am held to a much higher standard as a Youtuber with a following, haha, so I have to tell everyone the legal facts, but will someone find you, logistically? Logistically, I don’t see how, honestly.

  127. Hey Sarah

    I started a couple weeks ago and just sold my first shirt on teespring. I’m super excited to build up a t Shirt business, and someday expand to drop shipping!

    Thank you so much for these videos.

  128. Hi, i watch your vids for a month now, I like it, you make great vids. i’m not on the same path of you and your capitalism love story but i respect it. i Hope that you don’t feed false believe about money making like a lot of other on youtube. i begin to make shirt design under your advise and i love it but for now i didn’t make any money. i’m more a book reader and seller that a shirt seller guy, maybe it will change with time cuz i m a newbie on this path.

  129. I tried to watched this video but I had to watch three ads without the ability to skip to see it

    1. Really? I have the multi ad feature turned off in my YouTube account. It was YouTube that inserted them, not me 😖

  130. I just wanted to say though i did not make it through a lot of videos, but i love ur humbleness and charming character that you carry… god blesss you you with all the wealth and joy

  131. Hey everyone! Some kind viewers pointed out that Pro Canva elements seem to be OK to use in commercial products now in the new license rules. If they are that would be great news 🌞 just wanted to let everyone know! I’ll be messaging Canva to confirm and I will update with their reply 🌞

    1. Hi Sara, any updates from Canva? SO curious to learn what you found out… the info out there is so conflicting. Thanks in advance. Looking forward to your next video!

    2. @TrekZ Did you have to do any marketing? I just can’t seem to get people to my site. Frustrating.

  132. Thanks a-lot for introducing me to red-bubble five months ago. I created my account immediately and did my research. I have been posting on a daily basis since then and now making over $300 a month.

    1. @V S I currently have over 1000 designs. More designs result to more sales , obviously well researched quality designs

    2. @A Mazlin Redbubble is free 🙂 and I use PlaceIt for my designs it’s my favourite place to create tshirt designs along with banner, logos and etc.

  133. PRO SUBSCRIBERS ARE AUTOMATICALLY GIVEN A COMMERCIAL USE LICENSE AT DESIGN EXPORT!

    Paragraph H, under the heading Permitted Use of Pro Stock Media: “Prints, posters, and other reproductions for commercial, personal or promotional purposes, INCLUDING THE SALE OF ITEMS CONTAINING YOUR DESIGN.”

    Paragraph E clearly states that a Pro subscription automatically issues a One Design Use license each time a design is exported while maintaining an active Pro subscription. “You will not be required to pay for such licenses; your use of the Pro Stock Media will count toward the royalties payable to the Contributor who owns it.”

    The One Design Use means that you have to export the design or element each time you want to use it as part of a different overall design. The act of exporting it while maintaining an active Pro subscription is what gives you the license. This requirement is in force to prevent people from paying for one month of Canva Pro, downloading mass content, then using it forever without paying for it.

    1. It was an example of someone who had posted their email thread direct with Canva. Sorry, I just grabbed a quick link to a website that discussed the previous license. I have put a pinned post up letting everyone know this, and will get in contact with Canva and if they reply let everyone know their answer too, thank you 🙏🙏🙏

    2. @Wholesale Ted I don’t actually see any mention of the Pro subscription at that link. It is referring to items you individually have to pay to use, which would mean you don’t have a Pro subscription. It’s also a 3rd party source updated over a year ago. The information I shared came directly from their current terms of use.

  134. I’ve been absolutely loving Canva PRO because of all of the additional images you get (that I can download with transparent backgrounds)! They also have a relatively new video / slideshow feature that can be very useful as well!

  135. Sarah Please do a video on t-shirts that made some money in dog niche..Hope you see this comment.
    Expecting a video soon plss

  136. Very very good info about while having a pro account, not to use licenced elements.
    I have to delete many of my designs because Canva not to much upfront with this trap.

    1. @Wholesale Ted and Glofish Designs thank you both for your input and extra information.
      Wholesale Ted keep us informed about these small print matters…. i thank you in advance.

    2. @Renald Franley Oh, I forgot about the annual payment option. Disregard my monthly comment. The key verbiage Canva uses to determine licensing is the “One Design Use.” Basically, they want you to export the design/ element each time you want to use it to create a single design or product. For example, if I download a monogram I created with Canva, exporting it automatically gives me a license to use that monogram in ONE finished product design. If I want to use it again in a different finished design, I would have to go back into Canva and export it again. If they were to audit use, their records of the number of times you exported an element of Pro media should match up to the number of times you used that media.

    3. @Glofish Designs I have a pro subscription and i pay anually.
      If i understand you correctly i do not have to delete all my designs because the design use licence is paid automatically, having a pro subscription and when downloading the design…. ?

    4. Paragraph H, under the heading Permitted Use of Pro Stock Media: “Prints, posters, and other reproductions for commercial, personal or promotional purposes, INCLUDING THE SALE OF ITEMS CONTAINING YOUR DESIGN.”

      Paragraph E clearly states that a Pro subscription automatically issues a One Design Use license each time a design is exported while maintaining an active Pro subscription. “You will not be required to pay for such licenses; your use of the Pro Stock Media will count toward the royalties payable to the Contributor who owns it.”

      The One Design Use means that you have to export the design or element each time you want to use it as part of a different overall design. The act of exporting it while maintaining an active Pro subscription is what gives you the license. This requirement is in force to prevent people from paying for one month of Canva Pro, downloading mass content, then using it forever without paying for it.

  137. Hi Sarah! Have you quit dropshipping? I noticed all your new videos are on print on demand. I also watched other dropshippers who quit.

    1. Dropshipping is something you only usually do to find a product that sells well, and then you move to more efficient fulfillment methods 🌞 it would be weird if I was still dropshipping, haha. I use fulfillment warehouses, which some people call “stage 2” dropshipping: https://youtu.be/3SigfkatIuk
      Print On Demand can’t be replaced with fulfillment methods. So I do a mixture of both, although since it is more environmentally friendly, I opt for POD when I can 🌞🌞🌞

  138. CANVA launched curved text feature today, which is super cool for using on tees!

  139. Wholesale Ted can you please, if you can, check out my store ..I have been on Teespring and have not made any sales. I’m so bummed out and I don’t want to give up. Tell me what I’m doing wrong. Thank you!

    1. @bolivian23 You need to earn a trust score on Teespring before any of your products will be viewable by potential customers. There is some information on that in their help center.

    2. @Wholesale Ted Its ok. It was worth a try. I was just hoping to get some opinions on the designs I have in my store to see maybe if my designs are good or not and try to change them up. But I truly thank you for responding back. 😀

  140. Great tutorial, very well presented. Enjoyable voice to listen too. That’s a real plus! Thank you.

    1. Truthfully, I am already a millionaire, but it took me a lot longer than it did you. I will hyu on the app though. Thanks.

  141. Well I didn’t realise that pro fonts, etc in Canva had a licensing restriction. I will have to go back and check all my tee designs. You potentially could have saved me a lot of trouble.
    You are always so informative. 🙏

    1. @Glofish Designs I got my reply.
      🙏

      Hello there,

      Thank you for reaching out to us and for using Canva Print.

      Upon checking your account I can see here that you have Canva Pro.

      All content (photos, graphics, illustrations, stickers, fonts, videos) available for Canva Pro subscription is licensed under One Design Use License.

      This license allows you to:

      download designs without paying for images
      use your design in promotional campaigns
      print your design for personal purposes
      print your design for promotional purposes or use media in printed items for selling without limits
      use media in a design and publish on your website or blog
      use media in your website without any alterations (only up to 600×800 or 800×600 pixels)
      print design on products for selling
      For more information, please check this article: One Design Use License Agreement

      The One Design Use license does not have any restrictions on the number of reproductions or on sale / reselling of the designs as it previously did.

      If you need further assistance, please let us know.

    2. @Glofish Designs Thank you for your feedback. I do subscribe to pro, and have done to some time. I will have to re-read that, so as to fully understand it. I have used elements for quite a number of t-shirt designs. It would be a bugger to go through them all.

    3. If you subscribe to Pro, you shouldn’t have an issue unless you used Pro elements that you exported one time and then used on multiple designs.

      Paragraph H, under the heading Permitted Use of Pro Stock Media: “Prints, posters, and other reproductions for commercial, personal or promotional purposes, INCLUDING THE SALE OF ITEMS CONTAINING YOUR DESIGN.”

      Paragraph E clearly states that a Pro subscription automatically issues a One Design Use license each time a design is exported while maintaining an active Pro subscription. “You will not be required to pay for such licenses; your use of the Pro Stock Media will count toward the royalties payable to the Contributor who owns it.”

      The One Design Use means that you have to export the design or element each time you want to use it as part of a different overall design. The act of exporting it while maintaining an active Pro subscription is what gives you the license. This requirement is in force to prevent people from paying for one month of Canva Pro, downloading mass content, then using it forever without paying for it.

  142. Red Bubble closed down my account after weeks of me doing designs. About 60 designs on there. Some of them I bought, and had a commercial license for them. They still shut it down with no explanation!

    1. @just me yo Yeah they will probably shut me down on there too then. They made it sound like a threat; “Don’t create any more accounts because we will shut them down too”.
      Jeez, not to mention I see copyright designs and all sorts of inappropriate content on there. I don’t know what they think I did.

    2. @Eddie wow that’s lame. It’s very time consuming uploading too. What a bummer. So sorry. Teepublic is also runned and owned by redbubble. But at least the upload process is waaaay quicker. But put ur stuff on there . See what happens.

    3. @just me yo I got another reply telling me it’s suspended, and to never open an account again, because they’ll find out and they will close it down. Still, they never answered which design or why it was shut down! What a joke. I would say be careful on how much time you choose to spend on red bubble, seeing as they can just wipe it all away without explanation.

    4. @Wholesale Ted The only thing I can think of is I uploaded some Covid related joke designs. Still, it would have been nice to get an explanation or warning! Also, I feel better now that you replied to my comment. I have a Shopify store with some sales because I watched your videos 😛 ( I Mostly do ebay though)

  143. Thanks Sara, another helpful video. I’m brainstorming some nifty slogans now lol.. also I was wondering what cool music was that you had playing in the background?

    1. Unsure I am sorry. My video editor is the one that picks it. But I do also really like it! It’s so chill 🎵

  144. I don’t really understand if you’re paying for pro and you still shouldn’t use the things marked as pro. Then what is the pro version really for? Just for more free designs and fonts?

    1. @Wholesale Ted ok, thank you. You are the first that I’ve heard that mentions that. I appreciate that! Take care of yourself

    2. It’s for graphic designers creating Web based graphics 🌞 and that is what the license is designed around. Or pamphlets and posters that aren’t intended to be sold, but used for marketing purposes.

  145. Glad I watched this. Never considered not being able to use a font. I always heard canva and placeit allowed commericial use on free and premium since you pay for it. Thanks!

  146. Guys i am in a secondary school and my teachers told out class to use canva when making eposters

    In class my group made a magazine in canva and got the highest score out of the whole class because the teacher saw that we put “effort” as the designs where very professional looking but little did she know it was canva 😉

    1. trust me i have personally used canva and its incredible with the options you have… you can create anything still for the web or your projects..i signed up for the one moth subscription but for 30 days free… but i would reconsider my option by paying them … neither am an affiliate of canva nor a promoter so you wouldn’t find any link to click on but all the very best for all the projects that you do in future

  147. The fact that you can’t use the pro designs commercially is the only reason I don’t sign up for Canva. The day they allow for commercial use, I’ll come to your link and sign up

    1. You CAN use Pro Media commercially.

      Paragraph H, under the heading Permitted Use of Pro Stock Media: “Prints, posters, and other reproductions for commercial, personal or promotional purposes, INCLUDING THE SALE OF ITEMS CONTAINING YOUR DESIGN.”

      Paragraph E clearly states that a Pro subscription automatically issues a One Design Use license each time a design is exported while maintaining an active Pro subscription. “You will not be required to pay for such licenses; your use of the Pro Stock Media will count toward the royalties payable to the Contributor who owns it.”

      The One Design Use means that you have to export the design or element each time you want to use it as part of a different overall design. The act of exporting it while maintaining an active Pro subscription is what gives you the license. This requirement is in force to prevent people from paying for one month of Canva Pro, downloading mass content, then using it forever without paying for it.

    2. Oh sorry, I thought when you said you don’t sign up for Canva, that you were boycotting it entirely 🌞

    3. @Wholesale Ted unless I’m missing something, I use the free elements on canva then remove the background on photopea.

  148. My daughter’s been with Redbubble for almost three months and hasn’t made a sale. She’s devastated but doesn’t want to give up.

    1. 🙏 The honest truth Gina is if she is devastated after three months, she does not have realistic expectations. Some people will have fast business success because they are naturally talented, but most people take time to get good at running a business: https://youtu.be/L4R9Om57zag it’s great she wants to get started but it’s also important to go into business, any business including RedBubble, with the right expectations 🙏🙏🙏

  149. I’ve been working on my designs for almost a month. So far, I have different versions of 8 designs. This is hard. I’m hoping to launch my store next week. I hope it’s enough to start with. It’ll have to be. Maybe I’m being too demanding with my designs.

    1. Are you planning to upload your designs to a platform like Redbubble or to an own store? If Redbubble, don’t hesitate, just do it. 🙂 You cannot lose anything. You will learn by doing.

  150. If you’re paying for canva they should tah Copyright instead of Pro on those things because its not clear and wastes tome if you have to do things over.

    1. @Shadow Artist I agree it would make so much more sense if they explicitly said “One Design Use Commercial License Included with your Pro Membership” on each element this applies to.

    2. @Glofish Designs Thanks for that! I’m legalesephobic, lol! I also didn’t even think of looking for anything like that because I pay for Pro and they call those Pro. At least my favorite font is free and I haven’t used much because I make my own.

  151. Its very likely that you’re the reason for this huge Print On Demand craze! You make it seem so easy. 🙂

  152. Thank you so much for opening whole new world to designs and ideas for me, i really appreciate the time and effort you put into making these vids and teaching beginners like me. I love learning from all your videos and it gives me lots of courage and excitement to want to continue this as a business. God Bless. Love and greetings from South Africa Cape Town.

  153. Hi Sarah, I’m a big fan of yours. I even signed up for your ecomm clubhouse. Just watched this video and I wanted to add my 2 cents worth. I reached out to Canva recently about using their elements (even pro) for my t-shirts for sale. Their answer was “Yes, I can!” This is what they wrote me:

    Hello Karen,

    Thanks for reaching out to us, and we’re sorry for the delay in response.

    Am I allowed to use that element on my t-shirt I’m selling??

    Yes, you can use that element on your t-shirt to sell

    All content (photos, graphics, illustrations, stickers, fonts, videos) available for Canva Pro subscription is licensed under One Design Use License.

    This license allows you to:
    download designs without paying for images
    use your design in promotional campaigns
    print your design for personal purposes
    print your design for promotional purposes or use media in printed items for selling without limits
    use media in a design and publish on your website or blog
    use media in your website without any alterations (only up to 600×800 or 800×600 pixels)
    print design on products for selling

    For more information, please check this article: One Design Use License Agreement

    If you need further assistance, please let us know.
    All the Best,

    Zel
    Customer Happiness Team

    1. Just FYI, here was Canvas response to this in 2019, explaining that resale of pro pictures is not allowed, unless you have an extended license: https://louisem.com/75943/graphic-design-apps#:~:text=If%20your%20design%20uses%20any,those%20items%20are%20not%20sold.

      It is good to keep in mind that licensing rules can read very deceptively, it’s easy to think you can do something that you can’t, so everyone should be very careful before choosing to use Pro images 🙏🙏🙏 I’ll reach out to Canva and see if their rules have changed. Hopefully they reply! And give me the same positive answer 🌞🙏

    2. I see they updated their terms in May. It used to be that there were lots of rules around reproducing Pro pictures, including how many times you could do it. But I will have to reread it again more closely and if it is now OK I can make a pinned post, thank you 🙏🌞🙏🌞

    3. @Wholesale Ted Hi Sarah, I know you go to a lot of trouble to provide valuable content for your subscribers, but it seems that you misunderstand the licensing rules. From the link you provided, it clearly states that Pro Media CAN be used for commercial purposes.

      Paragraph H, under the heading Permitted Use of Pro Stock Media: “Prints, posters, and other reproductions for commercial, personal or promotional purposes, INCLUDING THE SALE OF ITEMS CONTAINING YOUR DESIGN.”

      Paragraph E clearly states that a Pro subscription automatically issues a One Design Use license each time a design is exported while maintaining an active Pro subscription. “You will not be required to pay for such licenses; your use of the Pro Stock Media will count toward the royalties payable to the Contributor who owns it.”

      The One Design Use means that you have to export the design or element each time you want to use it as part of a different overall design. The act of exporting it while maintaining an active Pro subscription is what gives you the license. This requirement is in force to prevent people from paying for one month of Canva Pro, downloading mass content, then using it forever without paying for it.

  154. Im looking for an app that allows you to make the images large enough to fit ALL red bubble products and so far can’t find one.

    1. If you want something like Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator but don’t want to pay the high monthly subscription fee and just want a one time purchase with all the tools you need, Affinity Designer is available for iPad and Desktop, they came out a little over a year ago and are updating their software and is really great to use. I think it’s like a one-time payment of $30-$50 and that’s it. They have a channel with videos on how to do certain things and an overall tutorial on how to use the tools. I think their website has a “trailer” of showing it in use and what you can do with it, but like I said it’s pretty much Adobe Illustrator just cheaper.

    2. Photopea let’s you make images as large as you like 🌞 if it doesn’t, Photoshop certainly does.

  155. I’m in my second month on Redbubble, and I’ve made 2 sales so far (mask and t-shirt), and I’m super excited to grow! I know it’s not much, but slow and steady wins the race! (Hopefully hahah)

    1. I have two months ready for 15 designs and my account has been suspended. I don’t know why I was so spooky

    2. @DOTA- Ed I am not a certified designer or anything! I’ve just watched many many many Youtube tutorials on designing (for a month straight!) and tried to learn as much as I could!

    3. @Anne Linde Do you have degree or certificate on designing or fashion. I am trying hard to make good designs on my own but seems like I need some help, where should I seek it?

  156. Perfect timing Sarah! I just joined Red Bubble last week and looking for good design tools and model mock ups. Thanks! 👍

  157. Thursday and there’s Sarah!

    Does that mean you’re back on your Thursday schedule or are you still testing?

    1. Hi Scott! Haha, as has probably become apparent from my irregular uploads, I unfortunately have no schedule 🌞although you’re totally right, Thursday is probably the most common day I upload! 😀

  158. Wow… I am a bit early ……. Love this …. Thanks so much! I just joined your Ecomm Clubhouse! Learning so much!

  159. here before 100!, love your videos, recently made my first 2 sales on redbubble lol not a lot but im happy, ive been struggling, if you find time, please check my shop “ghostloft” and review it so ill see where i can improve, lots of lve!!!

    1. right, you can’t. I keep a free Canva and make transparent background on other websites and it works 🙂

    2. @Wholesale Ted Oh well.. after some years of unsolved mysteries and thousands of artworks lost. I’m considering switching too now.
      Love your videos! Keep it up 🙏🏼🫀

    3. @Lilli oh, I’m not sure about any apple account issues, sorry! I am very much a microsoft/android person, I’m super into the Google-verse, not the Apple-verse! 🌞

    4. @Wholesale Ted yes i already have a proaccount, but currently theres an issue with the AppStore-Account link. Pretty frustrating right before Christmas 🥶

    5. That is something I discuss in the video tutorial which is why I recommend everyone register for the PRO free 30-day trial 🌞

    1. Uhhh… I’m not quite sure what you mean, but… my YouTube videos are indeed still free??? 😜

  160. Yaaay, Ted is killing it again! Guys, i’ve also made a video about the 9 print on demand sites with the highest traffic where you can acutally sell your product! If you are interested, make sure to check and good luck to everyone!

  161. You know how they always say, creativity doesn’t pay well and they say that because they got no idea stuff like that exists or will exist in the future. These designer platforms are one of the outlets to seriously use one’s creativity for monetary advantage and greater popularity

  162. Hey Sarah, thank you so much for the video! Would you recommend adding a male AND female lifestyle photo to every unisex listing? Is this something you incorporate into your store? Thank you!

    1. Yes, it helps both men & women imagine what it will look like on them 🌞 it takes only a few minutes to find a second picture on Placeit, so why not 🌞

  163. Thank you Sarah! I’m not sure if you’ve experienced this issue, but every time I add a printful product, Shopify adds a printful shipping profile that overrides my general shipping rates. I keep deleting it them, but whenever I add a new product, they pop back up. I’m not sure how to permanently delete printful shipping profiles. Have you experienced this?

    1. It’s too hard to explain via a comment, but you can indeed permanently delete the Printful shipping profiles, what I recommend is getting in contact with Printful support & Shopify support 🌞

  164. 🌞 Just a friendly reminder if you need a dose of motivation today: ”
    I’ve missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed.” – Michael Jordan

    1. Hi Sarah! Just wanted to ask if someone buys my product (a mug ) in cafepress, do I have to pay for the base price or does cafepress pays for me?

    2. boom !! you got that right for sure !!! consistency pays off !! days in and days out , thanks for the videos for sure , great quality !!! am almost 50 and back to online school!!! thanks again !!

  165. I want to create cool merch when my channel gets bigger, thank you for the cool tutorial! 🙂
    Watching all your videos!

  166. 2021 will be my year of Print On Demand hustles 💥 Who’s with me? 🙋🏻‍♀️

    1. Oh, Sarah, I am with you.
      Today, bringing my first design ever to perfection. One that I would proudly wear.

    1. @Krazy-Cataclysm I make them by coding in vs code sometimes I code in Kotlin use Android studio, and sometimes I code in Java. I love hearing different unique app ideas because it’s challenges me to figure out how to structure the different systems on the backend and on the front end 🔥🙌

  167. Manifesting it NOW! I WILL watch ALL WST videos and I WILL enroll in her program by tonight and I WILL sell at LEAST $20,000 worth of Tshirt’s BY CHRISTMAS!!! SAYING IT NOW !!! #SingleMomOnAMission #SevenKids #YesIAdoptedSomeOfThem

  168. Sarah, please can you evaluate Shopbase, as it is cheaper than Shopify and is easier more beginners …. apparently.
    Please can you do a video on shopbase, or other Shopify alternatives.

    Thanks a lot!

    1. I’ve stopped making tutorials on other platforms because I genuinely don’t think it’s a good idea. Shopify is literally the largest company in Canada for a reason.
      It costs $29/month to start. If you want to take your business seriously, as it grows & scales, $29/month will be nothing. And as your business grows & scales, you’ll wish your store was with Shopify, because it’s the best, which is why their stock price is currently $925. They didn’t get to $925/stock without building the best ecommerce platform in the world 🌞
      So later on, as your business grows, you’ll want to switch: and it’ll be way more costly than any fees you initially paid, to make the switch, and have potential security threats too. I just can’t in good conscience recommend people use a cheaper platform when I know it will throttle their business later. For $29/month, just stick with the best one 🌞

    1. @Wholesale Ted it’s okay Sarah, I loved this video it was perfect. I binged watched all your videos last week 😂 trying to help you and the algorithm 🔥you know. Hope you’re doing well btw. 🙂

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