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After months and months of not finding enough energy for adding many new print on demand products, I stumbled across the awesome NightCafé which let’s you create digital art with their own Artificial Intelligence (AI) for free.

I have played around it with testing the engine and it’s quite impressive.

My first publication that has made it to some of my pod webshops is:
Santa Monica Pier – Candy Wonderland aka Santa Monica Pier swirly Candy

Santa Monica Pier - Candy Wonderland by Christine aka stine1

Santa Monica Pier – Candy Wonderland by Christine aka stine1

Check it out in my various shops:

Multi-Use Square Scarf Artwork: Santa Monica Pier Candy Designed By: Christine Aka Stine1

Multi-Use Square Scarf Artwork: Santa Monica Pier Candy Designed By: Christine Aka Stine1 on VIDA

 

Santa Monica Pier swirly Candy AI Art Christine aka stine1 Zip Hoodie from Amazon

Santa Monica Pier swirly Candy AI Art Christine aka stine1 Zip Hoodie from Amazon

 

Santa Monica Pier swirly Candy AI Art T-Shirt by Christine aka stine1 on TeePublic

Santa Monica Pier swirly Candy AI Art T-Shirt by Christine aka stine1 on TeePublic

 

Santa Monica Pier swirly Candy AI Art Throw Pillow Designed and sold by stine1 on Redbubble

Santa Monica Pier swirly Candy AI Art Throw Pillow Designed and sold by stine1 on Redbubble

 

Santa Monica Pier swirly Candy AI Art Framed Mini Art Print by Christine aka stine1 on Society6

Santa Monica Pier swirly Candy AI Art Framed Mini Art Print by Christine aka stine1 on Society6

Not much ado about it, let’s just take a look at some of the sold products on Zazzle that made me smile or ponder:

Ever since I had found the first stolen design on the Amazon marketplace, I tried to figure out WHAT makes the Chinese copycats decide what to steal and what to copy.

One might think they copy the most popular designs and most popular products but then you take a look at the following list and none of these on Zazzle have been sold so far…

The first two are a byproduct and massive quick create use and not even that good… I would delete them but I do need them as a proof for Amazon that this is MY creation 🤦‍♀️

So here it goes, a list with Zazzle products that I have fought to remove from Amazon:

This Christmas stocking contains template text, the “Add a Name” can be edited. But this only works on Zazzle. Guess what the Amazon copycats are selling? Right, the exact thing you see in this picture!

Here are the products I have sold on Zazzle in January 2021:

It definitely helps to promote old products and old sales as you can see with this San Francisco postcard that suddenly sold again.
I keep selling this very difficult puzzle regularly since the Corona puzzle hype in late spring 2020. I could never solve a puzzle like this *lol*
Very old design with no sales… promoted it on Twitter and Pinterest and suddenly it is selling…. no comment 😉
The text looks horrible in this picture as it is a transferred design from a card in landscape format. I have no idea why this one here keeps selling from time to time….
Rather new design and I am very happy that it sold. Digital artwork based on an original vacation photo.
I have sold 200 of this design transferred to cards and I really do not know why customers do buy this ugly design. It is very old, back when quick create did work and it would create 100 products with one photo at once. I never made the effort to remove the big white border…

With 28 sales, December 2020 was not that exciting on Zazzle. But I did sell a few higher priced items not just the usual cheap postcards. And most Christmas shopping was done in November already. So I am not sad. Let’s take a look at my Zazzle sales in December 2020:

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