Seller Wednesday – Top 5 HOT Political Trends


Politics has always been huge inspiration for sellers to create merchandise (remember the 2008 election?) and this year is no different. Upcoming political races/rallies are heating up and rumors, gaffes, and political banter is great for t-shirts, hats, mugs, buttons and more!  See below for the top five most popular political trends gaining popularity in the marketplace RIGHT NOW.

1.       Rand Paul’s Aqua Buddha

2.       Jimmy McMillan and The Rent is too Damn High Party

3.       The Rally to Restore Sanity

4.       The March to Keep Fear Alive

5.       Christine O’Donnell is not a witch

Aqua Buddha ButtonThe Rent is Too Damn High T-ShirtRent is too Damn High Mug

Restore Sanity America T-ShirtRestore Sanity ButtonTeam Sanity T-Shirt

Keep Fear Alive T-ShirtFreedom is in Peril do your Part T-ShirtMarch to Keep Fear Alive T-Shirt

O'Donnell for Senate T-ShirtYes Wiccan Bumper StickerChristine O'Donnell Witch for Delaware Button

Create your own products for any one of these popular trends and share them in the comments below!

3 Responses to “Seller Wednesday – Top 5 HOT Political Trends”

  1. Elenne Says:

    I am loving the products for the current events that is happening in are world today and now we can express our feeling on our products for the world to see.

  2. Jerry Says:

    Rock the politics Zazzle, wOoT!

  3. D-Digital Says:

    Do the copyright rules apply to pics of political figures? I’m asking if I can use pictures of them. I just wanted to make sure

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