Print on demand is becoming a popular passive income stream because of the low start up costs as well as not needing you to hold stock to dispatch to customers. If you have been considering starting your print on demand shop then you might be wondering what print on demand products you can actually sell. Let”s take a look.
What is print on demand?
Print on demand, sometimes called POD, is where you can sell your own custom designs on different types of products.
Instead of ordering lots of items in various colours and sizes and holding on to stock (with a big financial outlay) these items are printed on demand from third-party providers.
The ‘on demand’ bit means that when an item sells it triggers an order from your supplier, who take care of everything else for you.
What print on demand products actually sell?
When thinking about creating print on demand products, you need to think about what actually sells.
With print on demand, anything goes!
As long as someone likes your design, they could want it on a whole host of products.
For example, I love buying my husband t-shirts, whereas for myself I tend to buy mugs or stationery.
Clothing print on demand products:
- T-shirts (Mens, womens and unisex)
- Hoodies (Mens, womens and unisex)
- Tank tops (Mens, womens and unisex)
- Long sleeved shirts (Mens, womens and unisex)
- Sweatshirts (Mens, womens and unisex)
- Underwear (Mens, womens and unisex)
- Leggings (Mens, womens and unisex)
- Shorts (Mens, womens and unisex)
- Dresses (Womens and Childrens)
- Swimwear (Mens, womens and unisex)
- Workout apparrel (Mens, womens and unisex)
- Baseball caps
- Mesh hats
- Trucker hats
- Tote bags
- Duffle bags
- Laptop cases
- Phone cases
- Face masks
- Coffee cups/mugs
- Pillows & cushions
- Wallart (including posters, framed pictures and canvas pictures)
- Name tags
- Food and water bowls
As you can see, there are lots of print on demand products to choose from.
The great thing about print on demand is that you do not need to have all of these items in stock to start selling them. By simply creating a design and choosing a print on demand partner you can get your products out there to start making a passive income.
I know what you are thinking – where do you get started? How do you create designs? How do you choose a supplier? Where do you list your items for sale?
The good news is that I have covered all of these topics and more with my print on demand series: