Popular Products for the 2021 Holiday Season

Art Board Prints

Customers love art boards as they’re budget-friendly, good looking, and easy to hang. They’re one of our most popular wall art products. Art boards prints are made from textured watercolor paper mounted on 4-ply art board, with 3M velcro dots for easy application and removal. They’re perfect for gallery walls or displaying art in a collection.


We introduced aprons in 2020 and they quickly became popular with customers. They’re great for cooking, painting, making art, gardening, or barbecuing, so they’re a great idea for all kinds of people on your gift list. They’re machine washable and durable, with a vibrant all-over sublimation print that makes your art look pretty amazing.

Kids Hoodies and T-Shirts

Kids clothing is a popular gifting choice during holidays as customers search for unique ideas, packed full of personality. Kids clothing isn’t automatically enabled in your shop so you’ll need to go into the uploader, click on ‘standard clothing’,  and enable the kids options to add any appropriate designs. You can also do this via the bulk enable tool on the Manage Portfolio page, but make sure you go back and check the positioning of your designs so your products look great.

iPhone Cases

It wouldn’t be the holidays without the release of a new iPhone case and we’ve already launched cases for the new iPhone 13 series. Every year brings a slightly different shape, size, and camera position. We’ve accounted for that in the uploader with bigger files sizes and larger bleed areas but it’s always worth checking how your existing designs look, and making any adjustments so your products look perfect.

Angelia S. Rico

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