After some thought, I’ve converted all my Etsy listings from physical prints to digital downloads.
This means you get affordable illustrated art immediately, at a more affordable price ($5 per doodle) and without the risk of a print getting damaged in shipping. You can also print the art multiple times, or use it for personal projects and crafts. Yay!
I’m happy to answer questions about printing digital files, and I highly recommend my own print shop if you don’t have one already (they’re awesome!)
(I still offer physical prints for wholesale orders, too; only the retail side is going digital.)
As always, get $5 off when you spend $15 or more with coupon code TAKE5!
Hopefully this makes it easier to share my work with y’all. Cheers!
I know, I know, the geek is strong in this one, but I couldn’t help combining two of my favorite things — The X-Files and My Little Pony. I submitted it to Threadless for voting on the rare-but-hopeful chance it might get printed. Please vote if you like it!
If you’re a boutique or shop interested in stocking Calobee Doodles prints, I now sell prints at wholesale prices through the new Etsy Wholesale platform!
Browse my wholesale shop here.
I got another batch of samples this week, so these designs and more are ready to go in my Spoonflower shop!
I originally signed up for Redbubble because I wanted a new phone case, and I got this one a couple weeks ago. I’m so pleased with it; not only the print quality, but the case quality is excellent (I got the “tough” style since I drop my phone a lot, ahem).