Currently, when uploading art to Redbubble, you can't actually see what your item will look like on duvet covers until after you've submitted it. To help you make the best possible print-on-demand products, I've designed a template for Redbubble's twin, queen and king sized duvet covers.
It's simple logic - artwork looks better when it doesn't have a big nasty seam running up the middle of it. Unfortunately, the Redbubble uploader guidelines can cause this on several products, including water bottles. Today, I'll give you a tutorial on how to make your designs on Redbubble water bottles look totally seamless, using a template I've made for you. Let's do it!
Redbubble has been quite helpful in offering Photoshop templates for several of its products. But not every product has been lucky enough to get a template. Blankets and wall tapestries, for example, did not have an official template. So I decided to make my own, and share it with the community.
It's great that Pinterest is so willing to provide access to it's application on a wide variety of devices, from Apple to PC to Android. But if you are serious about using Pinterest for creating Rich Pins and driving traffic, you may find your efforts thwarted by your choice of app or browser.