Roundup of Favorites 002: Feeling Pretty Pleased with These Designs

Roundup of Favorites 002: Feeling Pretty Pleased with These Designs

One of the reasons I'm glad I started this roundup segment is that it's easy for products in my stores to fall through the cracks. My pace isn't always rapid, but there are times when I get into a groove and post quite a lot of designs. And by "quite a lot" I mean an obsessive amount that blows my own mind at times.

Having a "column" like this will help me highlight items I've designed that might not be seen so quickly or readily. It's not just about my design pace. Since I have a few thousand items available already, before I even launch this website, this new feature also gives me the chance to dig into areas that may be buried in my store in lieu of other designs people have somehow found without my actually marketing them. 

I created a collection to gather all these in one place, if you wanted to see them in one place in my store. You could see that by clicking any of the images on the right. Otherwise you can just click the direct links provided in the little gallery below to be directed to the item's unique page on my Zazzle store.

Just like the other "Roundup of Favorites" items I'm starting to add to this blog's offerings, I haven't yet thought it necessary to make sure these items go together in any real way. They're intentionally mismatched, so as to appeal to a broader taste in style and design. Not to mention, you may never think of buying a personalized mug but have always wanted a more unique design for your home collection of coozies than those that promote beach surf shops and your local phone company. Voila! I included one of those just for you! And more...

Like Words Better Than Pictures? Read a Smidge About The Items in This Collection:

  • Personalized mugs can be fun to use AND gift. Adding mismatched, retro patterns to the mix like you see on this one makes this mug design even more unique. Simple but distinctive.
  • There's a series of items in my Zazzle store that features a set of complementary designs that all started with a fun color palette of red, hot pink, green, yellow and orange. This phone case still makes me happy though I designed it fairly early on when I was learning about Zazzle. You could add your name or initial to really make this case your own!
  • The black-on-white friendly pattern of graphic sunburst-thingie designs is a wine tote. Great for protecting your wine when you take a bottle to a gathering or event. Also an excellent gift!
  • The colorful doodled-can cooler/coozie is just fun. I have this design printed on a tote bag and always get fun remarks when I carry it. You would definitely never lose your drink if you used this drink holder at a party.
  • I had a lot of fun positioning the funky little black and white pattern design on the template for this wall clock. If you're looking for a unique wall clock, check this one out!
  • Geometric, abstract leggings with teal, blue, green and aqua with floral patterns. Designing leggings is mildly addictive and this pair makes me happy. (There are lots of other items in my store that feature this design, too, so check those out if you're inclined.)
  • It boggles the mind to consider just how many possible ways there are to design your business card. If you like clean and simple and you also like black and white patterns, this may be the business card design for you. OR you can replace the pattern with an image you prefer.
  • Your keys will stand out on a hook when you have this abstract, grungy art design on your keyring. Red, teal, gold, black, brown with many textures. This is one of the first designs I ever created when I fell down the Print on Demand Rabbit Hole. You could even get this design printed on leggings through my Art of Where shop if you wanted. Just click here to take a look!
My First Foray Into Wedding Invitation Design: Teal & Blue Ombre Watercolor Suite

My First Foray Into Wedding Invitation Design: Teal & Blue Ombre Watercolor Suite

How Many Quirky, Typography Mugs Does One Woman Need?

How Many Quirky, Typography Mugs Does One Woman Need?