A few weeks ago I decided to take on a two-week Redbubble challenge. Here’s how it went down:
Two-Week Redbubble Challenge: Started On NOVEMBER 17th
Nothing much to say. I was running short on time, but I completed the very first step; I started my Redbubble account.
Today’s task was short and simple. It was signing up with Canva. I’ve heard tons of great things about Canva, so I’m using it to create designs. I’m running short on time right now, so the next task will be to use Canva tomorrow to get acquainted with it.
DAY THREE & FOUR
Day three and four consisted of getting familiar with Canva, and creating a few designs. Well, using Canva is easier than I thought it would be and I created several designs. I’m pretty much ready to start selling on Redbubble. The next tasks will involve setting everything up on Redbubble (uploading designs to products, pricing and all that good stuff.
Today, I got everything setup and officially went live with my Redbubble Store. When it came to using Canva, uploading designs to Redbubble and placing designs on Redbubble’s selection of products, it was a lot easier than I thought
DAY SIX TO DAY 14
There wasn’t much to report on these days, except I put in a bit of effort. Admittedly, it could have been far more effort, but at least I stuck with the challenge and completed the challenge.
Results & Thoughts
Well, I’ll be blunt and straight to the point. I made nothing; Zero dollars. But, I will say this: Redbubble and Canva are awesome sites and I plan on using both in the near future.
Although I didn’t make anything, I see the potential using both Canva and Redbubble.