10 print on demand services for getting your prints on real products

 

There is a lot of PODs out there in all kinds of shapes and forms, offering the opportunity to print your designs on all kinds of products and make them available for purchase to the consumer.

If you google print on demand services a ton of companies will show up. It’s another jungle out there.

So here is a short list of some of the most known and popular PODs right now including links to keep at hand:

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Spoonflower: for printing fabrics, gift wrap and wallpaper. Also a community for designers with design challenges and briefs that can give you attention, new followers, inspiration and learning a lot at the same time. 
My Spoonflower shop

Roostery: sister company to Spoonflower, offering printed home textiles like bedding, table cloths, napkins, pillows and blankets as well as wallpaper.
Me on Roostery

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Society6: prints your designs on art prints, tapestries, wallpaper, curtains, clocks, home textiles, phone cases, notebooks, cards, all kinds of apparel, mugs and bags.
Me on Society6

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Redbubble: offering pretty much the same thing as Society6.

Fashion Formula: a smaller and UK-version of Spoonflower.

Spreadshirt: Germany based offering printed t-shirts, other apparel, phone cases, aprons, beanies, mugs, coasters and bags.

Threadless: T-shirts and other apparel for men, women & children, bags, towels, phone cases, drink ware, hats, notebooks, art prints, home textiles and rugs.

My fabric designs: Just as it sounds, a POD for uploading and printing your designs on fabric.

Elobina: Swedish POD for printing fabric.

Zazzle: Similar to Society6, but executed a little bit different and also offering a few other products like shoes and accessories, lamps, candles, trays, plates and door mats, besides the traditional home textiles, art prints and phone cases.


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