Ink of the Week

Each week, we reward the CustomInk customer whose photo shows the most group spirit through our photo contest. Help pick this week's winning photo by voting for your favorites.

Submit your own photo for a chance to win $100 off your next order!

Part of the Gang! by Teachers for the Cure - over 3 years ago

Part Of The Gang! T-Shirt Photo

"This was four of our teachers that walked in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure on Sunday. We had a blast and loved our shirts too!!!"

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James Family by James Family - over 3 years ago

James Family T-Shirt Photo

"Shedd Aquarium in Chicago on Oct 23, 2010. Everyone loved the sweatshirts including people at the aquarium. We also went to dinner after the hoddies were a big hit. The hoddies were done early and the service people who called me were nice and extra helpful. They had the print made smaller to fit our little family members."

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Making Strides Against Breast Cancer by RL Orlando - over 3 years ago

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer T-Shirt Photo

"Our entire Central Florida team got together at 6 am to support this wonderful cause."

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Ship Rugby takes over HOMECOMING! by Shippensburg Women's Rugby - over 3 years ago

Ship Rugby Takes Over Homecoming! T-Shirt Photo

"We had the BEST homecoming design on our tshirts! The theme was Anchored with Tradition and we decided to put on the back "getting shipwrecked since 1983". They're fun, hysterical and perfect! CustomInk WAS FANTASTIC. I couldnt have asked for a better company to work with. A+ customer service and we got our order 5 days before the expected delivery date. THANKS AGAIN!"

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Running for Freedom, One Mile at a Time-Army Ten Miler by Mizuno & Garmin Girls - over 3 years ago

Running For Freedom, One Mile At A Time Army Ten Miler  T-Shirt Photo

"Running for freedom, one mile at a time- Army Ten Miler. Surving for the best country in the world, proud to serve and proud to run for all our fellow bothers and sister than are no longer with us. In behave of C/426th BSB, 1BCT 101st ABN DIV (AASLT) Afghanistan, we want to thank CustomInk for their awesome service. "

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Team Lenny by Jenn LeBlanc - over 3 years ago

Team Lenny T-Shirt Photo

"We did a fundraising event in Boston, MA in October for the American Diabetes Association with our company, Medtronic! We created team Lenny, because Lenny is a strong lion (who has diabetes) and is healthy, happy, and extremely courageous!"

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Light the Night Walk 2010 by Caroline - over 3 years ago

Light The Night Walk 2010 T-Shirt Photo

"On Sunday, we walked the Light the Night walk to help cure Leukemia and Lymphoma! Our CustomInk experiences was great, they made sure we had our shirts on time. "

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Team Sylvie - Race for the Cure 2010 by Tracy - over 3 years ago

Team Sylvie   Race For The Cure 2010 T-Shirt Photo

"We had a wonderful time this year at Susan G. Komen's Race for the Cure. Our team is named after my late mother-in-law, Sylvie-Anne LeGuen, who we lost to breast cancer in August 2009. We miss her very much but enjoy this chance to honor her memory each year. This year we also raced in memory of Maggie Russell, my brother-in-law's late aunt, and Patti Crowe, a close family friend we lost when my sisters and I were kids."

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Walk to Cure Diabetes by Eric's Pals - over 3 years ago

Walk To Cure Diabetes T-Shirt Photo

"Eric's Pals Walk to Cure Diabetes 10/24/2010"

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Elks give back by 2010 Kyler Coed Softball - over 3 years ago

Elks Give Back T-Shirt Photo

"Recently the DeKalb Elks #765 Softball Team made a donation to The Cancer Center at Kishwaukee Community Hospital. The money was raised through the team members paying $50 for their jerseys, $30 of which was donated to the center. Desiring to keep the donation local, the team chose to donate to The Cancer Center since several of the team members have family members who are survivors of cancer, are currently battling cancer, or have died of cancer. The team asked that the money go to The Cancer Center to be used for oncology support programs for patients and their families. Custom Ink, the company that made the t-shirts, donated $20 to the National Breast Cancer Foundation in support of the team."

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