Announcement: Storyfeather Merch is Here

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The Storyfeather merchandise store on TeePublic has just been launched!

You can click the button below to visit and browse the store.

Portal Button. Elongated rectangle with curved corners. Image of the Storyfeather merchandise storefront banner from TeePublic. Over the image, the words: TEEPUBLIC STORE (T-shirts, cases, mugs, stickers, and more…)

When new designs are released on TeePublic, they’re on sale for the first 72 hours.  So even after today’s holiday sale ends, the newly launched items in my store will still be sold at a discounted price for the next couple of days.  I’ve taken some screenshots of the products currently available. Please check them out in the slide show below.


  • Screenshot of main Storyfeather Teepublic store page showing banner and most recently uploaded three designs.
  • Screenshot of "Four Hands and Four Elements" T-shirt page from Storyfeather Teepublic store.
  • Screenshot of "Wolf Head" T-shirt page section showing other "Wolf Head" products from Storyfeather Teepublic store.
  • Screenshot of "WInter Warrior in Snow" notebook page from Storyfeather Teepublic store.
  • Screenshot of "Angry Gingerbread Man" cloth mask page from Storyfeather Teepublic store.
  • Screenshot of "Red Riding Hood and Wolf in Fog" tote bag page from Storyfeather Teepublic store.
  • Screenshot of "Red Riding and Wolf in Snow" design showing multiple available products in Storyfeather Teepublic store.

Just a note: Not all of the designs are available on t-shirts or other apparel (I disabled that for any design that doesn’t look good on a t-shirt as it is.) However, the site seems to default to listing products as “t-shirt.”

If you have any questions, concerns, design requests, or other feedback, please let me know, and I’ll do my best to address them.

Nila

29 November 2021

Coming Soon Storyfeather Merch

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  • Screenshot of the empty storefront of the Storyfeather merchandise store on TeePublic, displaying a banner with a collage of images. At the bottom left corner of the banner is an image of storeowner Nila’s face through an artsy filter. Next to that image are the words “Storyfeather” and “Earth,” indicating the store name and location. Below the bio image is a brief store bio. Below the main portion of the banner are various links and a search bar and sort buttons. The store contents currently read “There are no designs to display.” The screenshot is set within a frame with a title at top reading “Under construction.”
  • Screenshot of storefront displaying a few designs that are in progress. A watermark of the word "storyfeather" lays over the images.The top left corner reads “Inactive Designs” indicating these designs have been loaded, but not yet released. The four designs on the top row are titled “Dreamy Ladybug on Curly Fern,” “Four Hands and Four Elements,” “Mirror Portals,” and “Wolf Head.” The two designs at bottom are titled “Red Riding Hood and Wolf.” The titles are meant to be descriptive and therefore may or may not reference the associated short story.

The Storyfeather merchandise store on TeePublic is coming soon.  Here is an image of the storefront (slide 1) and a few designs that I will launch with (slide 2).

My aim is to launch on 11/15/21 mid-November 2021.  I am optimizing, and in some cases revising, the designs (images) that I’ll be putting on merchandise.  

Once I launch, I will release new designs on a regular basis, likely 1-2 per month. 

When new designs are released on TeePublic, they’re on sale for the first 72 hours.  So I’ll post an announcement when these first designs are ready for purchase.  The announcement will have a link to the store. I’ll also put a link in the site’s main menu. 

If you have any questions, concerns, design requests, or other feedback, please let me know, and I’ll do my best to address them.

Nila

[Post updated on 11/9/21. Launch date will be somewhat delayed, but will still be in November 2021. Apologies for any confusion. The next announcement I post will be after the store is launched.]



P. S.
Back in 2015, I launched an online store on Zazzle.  It still exists.  People can still purchase things from there (wolf design temporary tattoos seem to be popular). But it’s basically defunct, so I removed the link.  I plan on revisiting the Zazzle store in the new year. I’d like to revitalize it if it makes sense to do so, because they have a different set of merchandise. But for now, the focus will be on the new store.