Halloween always gives me the chills. But not for the most obvious reasons – ghouls, ghosts, cavities. No, I’m always terrified of coming up with a good costume. This fear coupled with my tendency to procrastinate usually lands me with a sheet and two eye holes. But you don’t have to end up like me. Instead, design your own “costume!” by creating Halloween T-Shirts. Read more –>
I trick or treated right up to the very end, right to that cusp where homeowners started to worry about whether they should open the door to the 6-foot-tall Care Bear standing on their stoop. Last year, I didn’t go…but I did have fun! My friends and I banded together to re-create childhood glee with what is now an annual Halloween Block Party.
We have bobbing for apples, a great costume contest, and spook-tacular treats. So I don’t have to give up wearing costumes after all…which works out well because I don’t know where else I would wear my faux fur bunny suit…and Halloween can continue to be one of my favorite holidays.
If you’re considering a Halloween party, try your hand at branding your soiree with a scary t-shirt for your guests. I suggest using fonts from the scary section for a gothic look, and keywords like “skeleton,” “zombie,” or “ghosts” to find lots of great clipart.
Still need a costume? Check out Amanda’s upcoming post for a few quick and easy ideas.
I tend to catch popular TV shows when I catch up on my recorded episodes, or run across a rerun, so I’m a little late on what I think is one of the best potential t-shirt design ideas to date! Jersey Shore’s T-Shirt Time.
Here’s the situation (ha!): Every once in a while, something happens that just has to go on a t-shirt. So imagine my thrill when the boys of Jersey Shore honored our favorite thing, t-shirts, in their musical (hm, does it count as “musical”?) rendition of “t-shirt time.” Some of my Inker cohorts were inspired to create the perfect t-shirt design for the occasion.
It’s always t-shirt time at CustomInk, and just like the boys on Jersey Shore, we don’t want your shirts to lose their freshness.
Stay tuned for more awesome culture captured to a T… on a T.
Customize this featured design in the CustomInk Lab: Pink shirt, Black shirt
What has two thumbs, great taste, and stands out in a crowd? You, in your personalized t-shirt or hoodie.
The shirts I love the most are the ones that have my name on them. Except the neon green polos my uncle made for our family trip to Ireland; those were a bit rough.
When personalization is paired with a great design, people who see you will know you are part of something great – whether it’s an awesome rec team, the best cabin at camp, craziest family, or closest group of friends. What they don’t know is how quick and easy it is to make each person in your group shine! Read more –>
I decided to go through the orders today to find a sports design that could use a makeover. Our customers have come up with really creative names for their teams. Some of the names are more family-oriented than others, but all of them are important. When it comes to sports, the name defines the team!
I’ve noticed, though, that a lot of people are falling into a t-shirt rut with the very popular line-clipart-line design (seen above as the before). There are others ways to add clipart to a design without putting it smack dab in the center of the shirt between two lines of text. Don’t get me wrong, sometimes this style can be just what you need for your shirts but I thought I would show another option. Here is my makeover with clipart supporting the team name so they both stand out. I mean, when you’ve taken the time to come up with a great name, don’t you want it to look like you spent the same amount of effort on your shirts?
Customize the featured design in the CustomInk Lab: scared hitless