After reading on Wizzley many articles about Zazzle, I decided to do an extensive search on Wizzley and then a series of pages on Zazzle products by Wizzleyans.
But what is Zazzle, some of you may wonder. Zazzle is a large print-on-demand online retailer where you can create and buy custom, personalized, one-of-a-kind gifts (mugs, T-shirts, mousepads, laptop sleeves, iPhone cases, keychains, postcards, stamps, and so on -- hundreds of custom-made products).
I hope this article will inspire you to browse gifts showcasing nature photographs on Zazzle as well as other design statements available on Zazzle on more than 350 quality products.
If you're a Wizzley writer reading this, please let me know your handle on Zazzle so I know about you and can find your store there, and include some of your products in the next installments. This first installment is dedicated to nature in photography -- natural environments, which includes landscape photography, plant and tree photography, pets, animals at the zoo, birds, and so on. I decided to include only photography on this page because I have to select a category under Arts on Wizzley, and I can select both Photography and Graphic Design, for instance.
Note that I'm publishing this article on September 23, 2012, and it reflects the art I could find on Zazzle on this day and the Wizzley articles which came up in a search for Zazzle (articles in which various Wizzley fellows have promoted their art and other people's). If you haven't written about your Zazzle art yet, I hope this article of mine encourages you to do so. I haven't written a whole page about mine, but that's because I just got started with Zazzle and don't have much to talk about. But I will write an article as soon as I post more travel photography, so I can talk about various places.