Digital Diary SHOP

Hello everyone! I am very excited about today’s post. I have been working on creating a shop, and I’m so excited to finally share it with everyone!

On Maddy’s Digital Diary, you can find graphic tees, sweatshirts, mugs, and pillows. I kept the same name “Maddy’s Digital Diary” so that it would be easier for people who know me to find it. I have had so much fun putting all of this together! Down below is a sneak peak of what I sell.

Use the code FALLSALE through the end of this month to get 10% off!

Click on the item description images ( sweatshirts, t-shirts, and mugs ) to be taken to them. The t-shirts and sweatshirts come in many different colors and sizes. Thanks for stopping by, everyone! You can check out the new store here!

Do you have an online business? ( link it below, I’d love to see it! ) Favorite item? Any questions? 

*the images are best viewed on my blog rather than the WordPress app.

61 thoughts on “Digital Diary SHOP

  1. Reblogged this on Rain Coast Review and commented:
    I love it that you’re starting your own small business at the grand old age of 18. I’ve no doubt that you will ultimately be very successful. Always remember that life is a process that requires you to do the one thing you never thought you would do, over and over again. Just to get where you thought you’d never want to be in the first place.

    Have fun with your store, and good luck!

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      1. Thanks for visiting my blog, and liking my posts. I love it when a young person steps up and takes control of her life, taking steps to actualize and fulfill herself in all ways.
        Thanks again for visiting, hope to see you again.

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    1. I haven’t had the greatest success on Etsy, so I thought I’d give Teespring a try. One thing that’s really nice is that there’s no listing fee, while on Etsy there is. Etsy’s fee is only 20 cents, but it adds up + it has to be renewed every few months. I get nervous investing much money into a business that I don’t know if it’ll be successful. For example, I opened an Etsy shop for my photography 4 years ago and since I’ve only made 15 sales, I really haven’t made any money since I’ve paid to renew listings so many times. I’m still on Etsy for my photography, but I’m excited to try Teespring out!

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      1. I was looking at a site called Jane Lurie Photography and she sells her images in several forms including digital downloads or framed. She prices some downloads, even web size 640×480 at $100. I’m not sure how well she does but that seemed amazing to me, I’m going to ask her.

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