Zazzle do kids sizes, also there is an option on redbubble for kids too, also you can use prinitfy (there are others too but I use them) to sell on Etsy and there are options for kids on there too, you can also set your own prices.Lots of useful advice, thanks! Great idea to use GIMP. T shirt printing is been on my radar as a little money maker after reading about it in a parenting mag but I need to work out the best way to execute it. My ideas centre around baby/kids clothes so I'm looking for companies that will do small sizes.
The sites I have been looking at for this are:
I've bookmarked some articles about it too:
This Is Money - Free design t shirt site
The Hustle - profiting on Teespring
My broad plan is to make my designs and get them listed, then work out ways to market them. I love the fact you only have to do the design part the receiving orders/shipping/handling returns is done elsewhere.
For the marketing ideas I followed a link on Pick My Postcode that lets you have a free course from Shaw Academy. They have digital marketing or social media marketing courses available.
Quick update, I now have over 70 designs, have really thrown myself into it, its become a bit of an obsession actually, have sold 13 in my first month, have shops on redbubble, zazzle, etsy and amazon, had made sales on redbubble and zazzle. Have maxed by allocation on Amazon and not sold a thing, wonder if I am doing something wrong!