Be A Fan Of The World Cup 2014 With CafePress
The World Cup 2014 is here. Everyone has the World Cup fever. And what better way to show your love and support for your team than by putting them on a shirt?
CafePress is perfect for designing your own calendars, mugs, posters, and t-shirts. It’s quite popular among small businesses because CafePress, along with Zazzle, provides a more affordable option when it comes to design-and-sell merchandises, and you can get a better deal when you buy a single copy by bulk. So you can turn your love for football into a business.
Online Design Tools
Designing with CafePress is easy. You can pick a ready-made template or use a blank canvas. (Choosing a blank canvas lets you add any image onto the page.) If you’re not sure on how to do things, there is a walkthrough to guide you on the process.
You can add photos by uploading from your drive or importing from Facebook, Picasa, and/or SmugMug. The uploaded photos can be found in a bin on the left side of the page. Those you’ve already used are marked with a green checkmark.
There are many editing tools for each type of merchandise you’re designing. For calendars, you have various photo filters to choose from. You can add texts and graphics on your t-shirts. Basic editing tools, such as move, rotate, and zoom, are also available.
Choose your template properly and be sure with your design because you can’t change the template or edit your work again once you’ve clicked purchase. And when choosing photos, use high resolution images. A low resolution would mean having pixelated images on the print later on. So you have to be really careful when working.
CafePress provides a decent and simple service. Its finished product looks good with a sturdy card-paper stock and straight trim for calendars and posters. It also ships fast. It’s good for small projects and for people with good editing skills.
Show your pride and support for your favorite World Cup 2014 team or player using CafePress.
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