Last summer I was at a barbecue and a friend asked me how things were going with my blog. As I was answering, his 10-year-old daughter interrupted and said I should produce a range of “merch.” This wasn’t the kind of comment I expected from someone of that age, but I am delighted to say a range of Dadbloguk t-shirts is now available to buy.
I have teamed up with slogan t-shirt specialist Graphic Gear to create this merch. It’s range now includes a variety of t-shirts featuring dad-focused and humorous slogans that I have thought of.
The t-shirts are 100% cotton, available in a range of colours and exclusively available from Graphic Gear at £12.99 an item. I hope you’ll agree they’re fantastic value for money. Better still, all items have free UK shipping and will be dispatched internationally for a very reasonable £1.99.
The images featured here showcase just a few of the items available in the Dadbloguk range. There are many more and we’re adding to it all the time. In the days and weeks to come, you can expect to see some Father’s Day focused tees, plus tees for dads of toddlers, tweenagers and teenagers.
I must also say a huge thank you to another dad blogger, the marvelous Darren Coleshill of the photography blog Photalife. Darren, who is well known for his weekly #MySundayPhoto linky, was kind enough to take the photographs shown here that were taken on location when I paid a visit to Brighton over the Bank Holiday Weekend.
Those, like me, who have been blogging for a few years may recall that Darren used to run a family blog called One Dad three Girls. The great news is that Darren has re-entered the family blogging scene and is writing a new one called Familyalife so do go and check it out.
In the meantime, I’d be delighted if you’d take a look at the Dadbloguk range of t-shirts. I hope you find something you like and I’ll just drop the subtle hint that Fathers’ Day isn’t that far off.
The next time a young kid collars me and asks about “merch,” I’ll be able to proudly say I have some available. I look forward to that moment!
Disclosure: Dadbloguk.com has a commercial relationship with Graphic Gear. Thoughts and opinions are entirely my own.