I've been getting a lot of questions lately about using Public Domain Images for products. Probably because I've been sharing so many public domain images with you recently.
I will be getting your questions answered shortly - I promise.
I did want to share with you two public domain treasure hunter subscribers product ideas:
One is from Elizabeth:
I just love the images I've received from following Public Domain Treasure Hunter and buying the Public Domain Treasure Hunters kit and doing my own research. I've found that Zazzle works better for me, easier to create my own work, then using Cafe Press. You can see my work in my Zazzle gallery: http://www.zazzle.com/cabbageroses and my website:http://www.mycabbageroses.com/. I have tried so many times to understand how to use and work with my designs on Cafe Press, but alas, I get so frustrated.
I just wanted you to see what can be done on Zazzle and it's so much easier to use.
Thanks for newsletter n' the kit!
I've been in love with these shoes for a while:
The next one is also fascinating... I'm an artist so I just love this stuff:
Thought I would pass on what we are doing with the British Watering Holes. Have already formatted them into prints to sell, now we are hand coloring
each one. Trying to determine a selling price for the hand colored ones.
Thanks for this group of images.
J Arthur Davis
Fine Art Reproduction Services
Make sure you re-read this blog post that J Arthur Davis helped us with: Selling Vintage Prints
Thank you both for sharing these fantastic ideas!
I love sharing all these ideas.... what are you doing with Public Domain images?
Here are some companies that will be more than happy to print up your graphics – there are literally hundreds but these are ones I’ve actually used in the past for some projects…
Local print shop
p.s. I am sharing a ton of high res. images in the Public Domain book club. Are you a member yet? New memberships will be open again soon!