CafePress has recently added new products: white and black tank tops for men, canvas satchels and field bags, and canvas drawstring backpacks, just in time for school. I’ve been adding these products to my shop, and will continue to add new products as they are released.
August 25, 2011
July 22, 2011
CafePress just added the ability to personalize products. First up in my product line is the popular Got Drums? design, now with the ability to change the text to whatever you like. Length is somewhat limited: Belly Dancer Watcher fits, Professional Belly Dancer watcher does not. Get shirts for your entire drumming/dancing troupe with the troupe name under the drums. A large selection of shirts for men and women are available, as well as housewares and personal items.
June 17, 2011
CafePress had just added some new products: it’s going to take some time to add all of these to my shop. Today’s project was pint glasses and shot glasses, available for Irish toasts, miscellaneous sayings, Celtic designs, and sacred knotwork for various religions. I’ve started adding oval 2″x4″ patches also; I’ll be adding more as soon as I update my artwork.
February 24, 2011
CafePress recently added some products to their lineup: charm bracelets, earrings, necklaces, and pajamas for men, women, and children. Earrings and necklaces are available in heart, circle, or oval shapes, depending on the design. Charm bracelets are available with circular charms only. They also added Wall Peels, repositionable art for walls, perfect for dorm rooms, rentals, and offices in two sizes (22″x14″ and 38″x24″) and two shapes, rectangular and oval. Check out these products available in time for Mother’s Day.
January 25, 2011
CafePress recently added Wall Peels: repositionable vinyl peels that stick to walls, in six shapes/sized , 22″ x 14″ and 38.5″ x 24.5″ oval and 22″ x 14″, 38.5″ x 24.5″, 21″x7″, and42″x14″ rectangular. I’m in the process of adding these to my shop; they’re already available in the Artwork and Photography section.
January 1, 2011
Just spent the last week updating my CafePress shop. I’ve removed a number of designs that people didn’t seem to like, reorganized the rest, and changed the prices for my products. Some months ago, CafePress started experimenting with Marketplace prices and offered shopkeepers the option of tying the price of items in their shop to the Marketplace. At that time, the Marketplace prices were reasonable, and I felt that people should not be penalized by going through the Marketplace, so I did so. CafePress has continued to raise prices in the Marketplace to what the market will bear, which is far higher than I think reasonable. So I have reset my prices to about what they were before. Those who buy products from http://www.cafepress.com/fogweaver will ususally pay less than in the Marketplace, often far less.