Tshirt + tshirt + tshirt = free shipping

Hello dear bold and wonderful readers,

There’s an opportunity to get some art on shirts without paying postage!

Do  you need a gift for a fabulously bold friend? Someone for whom ‘the usual’ just will not do,

Or a treat for you? A celebration of your own bold soul and a vibrant reminder to savour the lush moments that abound in your every day?


Then it might be handy to let you know that RedBubble  (the Print on Demand place that prints my tshirts) are having a lovely “shipping free for 3 or more tshirts” sale for a couple of weeks.

So you can buy 3 tshirts for your bold self, for bold gifts, or get together with 2 bold friends if you don’t need 3 yourself right now, and you get free postage! Neato for Christmas shopping. I am going to get some for my family. Note the RedBubble Christmas order deadlines.

A ‘how-to’ with links:

Tangerine Meg tshirts at RedBubble – all my designs to choose from. You select the colour, style and of course size (see below) for the shirt.

Independant RedBubble tshirt review by tshirt and hoodie specialist blog – a worthwhile read, this is an independent and experienced impression of RedbBubble quality and customer service.

RedBubble guide to choosing tshirt size – Notes from me: The cotton quality is fine and lovely, the Ts are very well made, the artwork print on the front is very good and they arrive fast. I have been wearing the men’s cut as well as the women’s. The men’s is quite long with longish short sleeves. I find I buy 2 sizes up from my usual in the ladies fit; compared to the men’s they have a shorter sleeve, a less square line, and are not quite as long, but still generous. They easily machine wash with no particular care needed from the owner, however instructions are provided!

Here’s a picture of me at a Winter market with one of the ‘Sunflower’ design tshirts on:


RedBubble article about making the tshirts – if you want to know the process, and

A RedBubble photo essay documenting the receiving of your tshirt parcel – I think it’s pretty straight forward.

If you’ve ordered anything from the internet before the process should be pretty familiar. Having said that drop me a line if I can be of any help.

Have fun!
Meg xox