Here are some of my latest t-shirt and other printed on demand designs. Since my Merch By Amazon tier is full, these are mostly from Teespring. I did delete a design from Amazon and replace it with different ones so I will show that first.
I would rather have switched the words Mom and Boss but it seems that phase is trademarked. So Mom Boss is what I used.
Jumping over to Teespring, I did a very simple t-shirt for dads in two variations, One says Dad and the Other Daddy. I am hoping to catch the Father's Day shoppers.
In my fist designs post I showed one for northern Wisconsin with a Wolf head on it. I actually did three versions of that with the wolf, a bear and a whitetail deer. Then one variation where I replaced the word Northwoods with Wild. By the way, the wolf head shirt is the one I removed from Merch so it is only on Teespring now.
That last one is a sweatshirt of course. All the designs on Teespring are available on many products including t-shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts and even mugs, totes, stickers and more. That is one reason I may stick with Teespring long term. So many more products to print on than Merch offers.
I made one tee with printing on front and back. I's not sure if I like it though. Some days I do and some days I think it is just too corny. It is in the store though.
There is one more kind of silly one that I put up after doing some research on popular designs. It seems people like shirts that procalim their preference for eating meat.
Back to tees with graphics, I made two versions of a genealogy themed design. One is simple and the other more detailed. Also, I show the second on on a tote although it is availble on shirts too. I think genealogy is a great example of a niche that works well on totes since they ate handy for carrying materials on research trips.
Finally, here is a variation for the first design I featured in this post. I made a version of the Mom Boss design with a graphic. It works well on several different products including mugs, cell phone cases, wall hangings, pillows, posters and totes as well as shirts.
More designs will be coming but this is all for this post. I welcome your comments and questions. Tell me about your design experience and let us see what your are working on.