Free Spirit Meg’s Art Shop!

Free Spirit Meg’s Art Shop….I like the way that sounds! Anyways…I am so excited to officially announce that I have my own online store now! It’s been a long time coming. Now, I can finally offer prints and canvases of my work. I am slowly creating an online presence starting with Society6 and RedBubble. They have a lot of great products on both sites and it is really fun creating merchandise with my art! I’ve already made my first sale on Society6 and I am so excited and grateful! This is my next step to becoming a full time artist and I feel that much closer to achieving my goal! Thank you to everyone who has supported me this far. I hope I can continue to create beautiful artwork to please your eyeballs! Be sure to check out the new shop and pick up what you like. There are frequent sales going on so check back often!

Another way that you can support my work is by subscribing to Free Spirit Meg on Patreon. It is a site that helps creative entrepreneurs build their business and put together Reward Tiers. You get to choose how much money you want to contribute and receive subscription boxes for each month you are subscribed. I currently offer monthly photography postcards, totem animal prints and custom totem cards exclusively for patrons! The more I grow, the more goodies I can put in my subscription boxes! Check it out and let me know what you think!

Again, I just want to say thank you to everyone who has helped me get this far and I can’t wait to see where it goes from here! Let me know what you think of the new shop and what your favorite items are! Also, if you have a favorite totem animal that hasn’t made it to the shop yet, feel free to leave a comment and I’ll be sure to add it in with haste!

Take care, free spirits!

4 thoughts on “Free Spirit Meg’s Art Shop!

  1. Yay! I’m excited to go look at your store. Are you going to do Zazzle too? I have one or two items on Red Bubble but always forget I even have it, but Zazzle has been fun. My sales are slow but I know I’m not promoting my store like I could be. 😋

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    1. Awesome! Yea, I do plan on adding zazzle as well! The more the merrier! I want to try all the major ones and see which one I like the most. So far redbubble will give me a bigger cut but the prices are more expensive than Society6. Pros and cons, doesn’t matter in the end because I’ll eventually be on all of them but still. Once I have a favorite, that will be the one I push the most, ya know. I really enjoy redbubble’s product editing! It’s so easy and convienent!

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      1. I guess because Zazzle is the first one I tried, once I got used to their system for creating items, I never really got good at the other ones. Have you checked out Julie Erin designs? She has a blog on WordPress and does really good articles now and then about online sales. She has experience with pretty much all the main Print on Demand stores and she does really pretty designs too👍

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      2. Oh perfect! No, I hadn’t heard of her. I will definitely check out her blog. I’ve been trying to do as much research as possible and figuring out the best ways to approach this! Thanks so much!

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