The earliest known form of printing applied to paper was woodblock printing, which appeared prior to 220 AD in China. Later developments in printing technology include the movable type invented by Bi Sheng around 1040 AD and the printing press invented by Johannes Gutenberg in the 15th century.
Among the most lucrative and popular digital products to sell are printables, or downloadable planners, journals, stickers, and art prints. As many digital product creators have shown, it's entirely possible to earn a side- or even full-time income from selling printables.
When you don't have access to a local printer, FedEx-Kinkos is probably a pretty good bet. It is also just about $0.10 per page to print [black & white] on your own paper! Most office supply stores (Office Depot, Staples) sell certain quantities of paper, including coloured cardstock.
Created in China, the printing press revolutionized society there before being further developed in Europe in the 15th century by Johannes Gutenberg and his invention of the Gutenberg press.
Scroll down under the "Usage rights" section and select "Free to use and share." These are images that you can pin down. Old images, old books, and other things that are no longer copyrighted are okay. Public domain means you can use it for free.
Building an Etsy store, a go-to site for many types of printables, is the fastest and easiest way to begin selling your printable. Fiverr and Creative Market are other online options to sell your printable version. You can build your own online store if you would like more control over your printing business.
Search for an impression quality and good condition of the paper when identifying a valuable print. Look at the paper and see if a watermark or distinctive marking is present. The condition of the paper will also have an impact on value: tears, creases, stains.