10 Ways to Get Your Print on Demand Shop Ready for the Holidays

how to get print on demand shop ready for holiday shopping season
10 ways to get your print on demand shops ready for the holidays

The holiday season is upon us, and for those of us who sell through Print on Demand it’s the most profitable time of the year. Today I’m sharing 10 tips to get your shops all ready for the busiest shopping season, so you can sit back with a glass of eggnog and watch the sales roll in!

10 Ways to Get Your eCommerce Shop Ready for the Holidays

  1. Go though older designs and update keywords and descriptions.
  2. Add more products to your stores, new products may not be enabled on old designs.
  3. Create additional variations of your best selling designs.
  4. Find out what’s trending for the season and create some new artwork based on that, in your own style. (Ex. Colors or patterns, broad design trends)
  5. Create some templates for promotional ads, especially for Black Friday.
  6. Make a calendar to remind you of when sales are occurring in your different stores (if you can find out ahead of time).
  7. Make some greeting card designs and wrapping paper for gift giving.
  8. Refresh your banners and profile pictures if it’s looking a little out dated.
  9. Make some gift guides on Pinterest, on your blog, or Instagram if you use those apps. Gifts for him, gifts for her, gifts for animal lovers etc.
  10. Update written profiles, collection descriptions etc., make sure everything has good keywords in descriptions.


  • Take some holiday themed photos of your products to post on social media using your household decorations!
  • Create custom holiday themed banners and profile pictures for the holidays. I like to add a santa hat to my profile pic for some easy and cute holiday flair.

That should keep you busy for the next couple of weeks and then just sit back, relax and enjoy the Holidays.



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7 thoughts on “10 Ways to Get Your Print on Demand Shop Ready for the Holidays

  1. Have to remember I can comment via the WP app, on my browser – too wonky, lol! But wanted to say really like the idea of making variations of one’s better accepted work; nice list! ?

    1. Ah, yes it can be a little wonky. And thanks I’m glad you found some helpful tips here, thanks for stopping by!