Redbubble Review – Support Independent Artists (like me!)

Looking for cool artwork on stickers, notebooks, hoodies, shirts, pillows and more?! Read this Redbubble review and get all the details.

Redbubble review - a high-quality print on demand company helping indie artists sell their work on a variety of products.

Redbubble Review – Disclaimer

**I was compensated for writing this Redbubble review post (all opinions are my own and the truth!) There are also affiliate links throughout this post and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links. Thank you in advance for supporting independent artists!

What’s Redbubble?

Redbubble is a print-on-demand company that allows independent artists to sell their artwork on a variety of products. The idea is that Redbubble does all the manufacturing and shipping, so the artist can focus on making great artwork!

I found Redbubble through other artists who joined the platform and started selling their designs. I really love the product variety available, the quality of the products and the customer service. So I opened up my own Redbubble shop with a bunch of sticker designs.

my redbubble shop of sticker designs

Redbubble is a totally legit website with great customer service, so you can be completely confident ordering products from them as a customer, as well as selling your own designs if you are interested in that.

These days, there are so many different websites out there, sometimes it’s hard to tell what is real or a scam. Thankfully, Redbubble has been around for a long time, they pay their artists as agreed upon and make great products!

My Favorite Designs

As part of this Redbubble review, let me share some of my favorite designs from other artists. These are the pieces that really captured me – love at first sight!

Why Redbubble?

Of course, there are so many print-on-demand companies out there, why choose Redbubble? Well, for one you are supporting independent artists, instead of a mass market design where you don’t even know who made the art.

I also turned specifically to Redbubble because they have removable stickers, which is really unique! The individually cut vinyl sticker designs are super high quality. You can reuse them and reposition them, wherever you like to decorate, so it’s great value and fun too!

Besides top quality, the shipping is pretty fast even though I live in a tiny Italian town and they have very responsive customer support. You can contact them directly on the website, chat live or even reach them through social media. It’s always good when a real person responds to your questions!

Cute Hedgehog in a Cup - Sticker by LindaTieuArt - on Redbubble

I think Redbubble rocks!

From my experience, Redbubble is an amazing company with high-quality products and a win-win setup for customers and artists who sell on the platform.

You should definitely Redbubble on social media as well, because they have sales and offers throughout the year that make supporting your favorite artists affordable too!

I hope you got something out of my Redbubble review. All opinions are my own, just my honest take from my personal experience. Remember to check out my Redbubble shop here! I will continue to add artwork there and don’t forget to check out all the other amazing artists. The next time you need a gift or new hoodie, consider buying and supporting an independent artist’s work!

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Junk Journal Flip Through | #junkjournaljanuary

I joined in on the challenge hosted by miavibes and megjournals on Instagram called #junkjournaljanuary and here is my junk journal flip through.

Junk Journal Flip Through | #junkjournaljanuary - video on

If you don’t already know, junk journaling is a form of art journaling that involves “junk” or found papers. Basically, anything you have around the house, in order to reuse the junk you have and upcycle it into art. There are many variations and everyone sort of does their own thing. From vintage papers, to modern day junk mail or patterned papers that aren’t really “junk” to begin with.

It’s really all up to you – but the idea is to not be too precious about journaling. Rather, to simply create and do something creative. After finishing up my junk journal, I decided to share a flip through to show all the pages I’ve created, however simple they may be.

I really encourage you to get creative and try out junk journaling if you want something without pressure. It’s an easy way to get creative every day and you don’t have to create in chronological order or necessarily paint. I find it to be more collage based… but that’s just me. I mostly spent a few minutes each day, very doable for all. Here are the pages I created for the month in my junk journal flip through…

If you want to see how I made this junk journal, check out my video of the process here 

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Make a Junk Journal

Here’s a peek into my process of how to make a junk journal, specifically for #junkjournaljanuary this time around. It’s super easy to do!

Make a Junk Journal - video of process by

This year, I decided to join in with the Instagram challenge #junkjournaljanuary and made this quick journal for this particular challenge. I’ve used a mix of papers from my stash, magazine pages from Flow Magazine and the cover is an old handmade pocket journal from the past.  Check out my process and thoughts in the video below.

If you don’t already know about junk journals, I highly suggest you try it out! It’s an easy and fun way to get creative, but without all the pressure of art journaling that often has drawing or painting associated with it. Technically, you can do anything in your junk journal, but at it’s simplest, you can just collage and mix and match papers and vintage items for a very cool look.

I’m just getting into junk journals lately because I’m short on time and find it super easy and satisfying to create in a junk journal. I’m excited to perhaps create more printables around this style… and if you are looking for the vintage style, check out my free vintage paper printable here and these vintage journaling cards here. They can help to give you a head start in your junk journal creations.

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I’m on the 2018-19 Creative Team for Kenarry!

2018-19 Creative Team for Kenarry

I’m so excited and honored to announce that I’m part of the 2018-19 Creative Team for If you didn’t already know, it’s a wonderful resource blog with so many ideas for the home, from DIY projects to recipes, kid projects and of course, printables!

That is where I will be contributing at the end of each month, with a post sharing free printables and DIY ideas on how to use them. Fabulous, yes?!

You can read all about the other creative team members here and follow us all on social media as well. I’m looking forward to sharing with you on the Kenarry blog!

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