Nancy’s Novelty Photos in Pixels Products Are Now Available
Dateline: October 21, 2019: As an occasional photographer, I am thrilled to announce I’ll be posting some of my favorite photos (which I’m calling “Nancy’s Novelties…” (followed by the image name ) which are placed on a wide variety of Pixels Products for purchase on Pixels.com. The photos are printed onto various household decor items, clothing, lifestyle, tech, and artwork products. You’ll see examples below in such things as tote bags, chargers, and clothing. Because Pixels does all the work of printing and distributing the products, my commission is very small. However, I’ll take all the help I can get, and I love being able to get some of these images out where they can be seen by people (including me), as opposed to remaining hidden in a computer file folder!
What follows are a few images of various items that have my favorite Cattleya orchid photo on them. These products include technology products like battery chargers and phone covers, coffee mugs, tote bags, shower curtains, bath towels, yoga mats. You can access more images now that I have given Best Cattleya its own page! The clothing items include t-shirts, sweatshirts, etc. in garments for men, women, toddlers, and babies. You can choose various sizes and colors for backgrounds for some products.
You can find these same kinds of products on my Pixels site with other photos. I have added one showing the magnificent orange flowers of Clivia Blossoms and a Bee on Thistle to the collection, so far.
Beginning in November, I plan to add several more photos to the collections, so please come back and visit me here or on Pixels. Let’s look at this one for starters. (Again, the whole collection is on its own page. Click Here for that, or learn more about how it works (in case you want to do this also) by continuing to scroll down.)
Nancy’s Novelty Pixels Photo on Home Decor Products
Shower curtains can use the full image or resized pictures.
Buy images on a coffee mug. Here is a front view and a side view.
The mugs come in two sizes.
Below, you can see the “Best Cattleya” as a Tote Bag, a Weekender Tote Bag, and a Pouch.
See how you can adjust background colors and the size of the image when you choose what to purchase.
Nancy’s Novelty Pixels Photos as Wall Art
You can get these as framed artwork, canvases, metal prints, acrylic prints, posters, and more.
Nancy’s Novelty Pixels Photo on Technology Devices
Best Cattleya as Viewed on a Portable Battery Charger.
Nancy’s Novelty Pixels Photo on Clothing woman’s t-shirt.
Above is a woman’s t-shirt. You can buy the same thing in men’s t-shirts, youth and toddlers’ t-shirts, and infant “onesies.” However, I’ll be creating some new designs which might be more suitable for men’s tastes.
Baby clothing – Onesies
Is Pixels.com the same as Fine Art America?
“Pixels.com is a new website from the makers of Fine Art America. It looks identical to its predecessor and even has the same products for sale as print-on-demand – canvas prints, acrylic prints, framed prints, greeting cards, posters, metal prints and more. The main difference here is the capability of selling print on demand phone cases for iPhone and Samsung Galaxy – and to be announced POD products.” Learn more here.
How Does It Work on Pixels.com?
Good question! You create an account there. Then, you upload photos WHICH YOU TOOK AND OWN. Pixels.com also accepts artwork in several media other than photography. It holds contests and has a variety of features that I have not yet explored, but here is what I do know.
If you want to have your photos put onto products, you will fill out the mark up you want on each item and select the view you want to display in terms of image size and background colors that the viewer will see. You can click on each item and change that view yourself.
Pixels.com sets the base price, and you choose how much to add as markup. One feature I loved is that Pixels gives you a recommended markup or range of markup prices for each item, based on what the market suggests. Another feature I love is this: once you have set the markup for certain items, Pixels remembers it and suggests it for the next set of products onto which you want to place a new image. You can easily click on that markup to stay consistent, or you can change the amount if you prefer. Reminder: because Pixels does all the work of printing and distributing the products, commissions are very small.
No, These Are NOT Nancy’s Novelty Infographics!
(Note: these photos are different from most of those used in Nancy’s Novelty Infographics.
Those images are single slides and collections of slides for presenters and event coordinators to use to announce various kinds of breaks and exercises at training sessions, retreats, and conferences.
In the Infographics, I use my own photos, or have purchased licenses to use other people’s photos, or have found some that are free for commercial use. In Pixels, the photos must be the photographer’s own work.)
Pixels Products for You and For Me
This is a brand new enterprise for me, and I have other projects I must complete before getting back to this one. I do hope you’ll “check me out” in mid-November to see what progress I’ve made with other images. Many will be of flowers, but there will be others.
At some point, I may be able to make the products available directly from my own website. I’ll do some research on this and let you know, because you can do this, too, using your own favorite photos! Just check out Pixels.com to learn more.
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