We have a Society6 page that sells shirts and stickers and whatnot with our HorrorFam.com “family” of monsters on ‘em.
Society6 gets the bulk of the profits from each purchase — they only pay the creators ten percent (10%) of the total price listed.
From that 10 percent (10%), fifty percent (50%) of the money goes to Heather Landry/SandpaperDaisy (the artist who illustrated everything!), and the rest goes right back into maintaining HorrorFam.com. Sooooooo, in other words… 90% to Society6, 5% to the artist, and 5% to HorrorFam.com! Kind of a joke, honestly, where monetary “profits” are concerned; but DANG do those shirts look awesome!! And we love seeing YOU look awesome IN them!
Here are a few of the items we're selling in our Society6 store (there are more on the actual site!):
Redbubble is rad. They have a wider variety of items (and shirt sizes!) available. Their prices are also a lot more reasonable (for you!!).
95% of the profits go to Redbubble, 5% goes to us (2.5% to HorrorFam.com, 2.5% to our illustrator). So, for a $15.19 t-shirt, we earn approximately $0.72 (which is $0.36 for us, $0.36 for our illustrator). But hey! It all adds up, right?
Even though we don't get to keep much of the money, we LOVE seeing people in our merch. The art is awesome and we are forever grateful to those of you who don our duds and get the word out about HorrorFam.com! THANK YOU!!!
Here are a few of the pieces in our Redbubble store (more on the actual site!):
Moonglow Jewelry holds a special place in my heart. I drove my Maid of Honor insane for weeks because I couldn't decide what my bridal "accessories" should be for Frank and my wedding... and then I found Moonglow. I bought a bracelet (with Frank's birth moon and mine) and a ring (with the moon from our wedding night).
That's me (Lauren Spear) on the left, repping my Moonglow Jewelry. It makes me feel fancy. And I love how uniquely personal it is. Moonglow strives to replicate how the moon looked on the dates that are the most important to you.
Don't think I'm super-cool enough to be a style icon? I totally understand. Maybe you'd prefer to fashion yourself
after Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven from Stranger Things)? No problem: she's a huge fan of Moonglow Jewelry as well! She pops up on their Instagram feed wearing their pieces often.
Still not sold...? Well, that's probably because I neglected to mention that all of their amazing jewelry pieces GLOW IN THE DARK!
I found out I needed eyeglasses about a week before my 16th birthday. I was mega bummed. I was finally "dating age" and I had to wear glasses?! Boo! Hiss!
I kept thinking about Marilyn Monroe's line from How to Marry a Millionaire: “Men are not attentive to girls who wear glasses.”
Plus, glasses back in my day were pretty uggo. And expensive. Not a great combo.
Then, along came GlassesShop.com! Suddenly prescription eyeglasses were incredibly affordable and hella cute.
I got my first pair for free (using promo code FIRSTFREE — they've been using that code for years now and it still works as of this writing!) and then... I bought a ton of additional pairs.
I have regular prescription eyeglasses, prescription sunglasses, and prescription blublocker lenses. I'm hooked!
I've been recommending them to glasses-wearing buddies for years now. I adore them. I want them to stay in business forever. They have frames starting at $6.75! Like...what?! The last time I bought glasses from an optical store, the frames cost $150 and they weren't nearly as stylish.
Plus, GlassesShop.com almost always has BOGO free sales going on. Just check their Deals page. My husband got his glasses there (normal eyeglasses and some blublockers with super-nifty flexible frames) using a BOGO deal and only paid around $35 total!
Eyeglasses don't have to boring, ugly, or expensive. I highly recommend GlassesShop.com!
Don't wear prescription lenses? They also sell reading glasses and fashion glasses. They're fantastic for cosplayers! And with so many horror characters who wear glasses (Will Graham from Hannibal, Barbara Crampton's Dr. Katherine McMichaels in From Beyond, the "fishboy" from House of 1000 Corpses, etc.), GlassesShop.com can help you find the finishing touch for your ultimate Halloween costume — especially with their new Vintage line-up!
Plus, if you buy your specs using our GlassesShop.com affiliate link, you'll be helping to support HorrorFam.com!