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!

Cheer Team Photo by Kaylee - over 3 years ago

Cheer Team Photo T-Shirt Photo

"We wore our new sweatshirts the first day they came and took a team photo! They look great and we love them! "

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Wedding Kickball Face-Off by jessicanels - over 3 years ago

Wedding Kickball Face Off T-Shirt Photo

"Following our wedding reception, my new husband and I had a kickball face-off. Moustaches versus Veils!!! CustomInk made the t-shirts for our event, and they came out great!"

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Rehersal Dinner by Adrianne W ORTIZ - over 3 years ago

Rehersal Dinner T-Shirt Photo

"Everyone wore their t-shirt to the dinner! My groom, myself, and my parents had label t-shirts (bride, groom, mother/father of the ...etc) and everyone else wore the RED! 2/3 of the guests came from Mexico City, everyone else from DC, and we met in Texas. The t-shirts helped everyone blend together and increased conversations tenfold! Custom ink was awesome, very quick and the quality is amazing. I can't wait til our 1st anniversary - I'm gonna make t-shirts for my husband and I every anniversary!"

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Team Piper by Team Piper - over 3 years ago

Team Piper T-Shirt Photo

"We wore our Team Piper shirts in the Buddy Walk 2010 in honor of Piper Estelle Slattery. "Thankfully, life is measured in joy and not in chromosomes.""

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Senioritis began in August by Seniors 2011! - over 3 years ago

Senioritis Began In August  T-Shirt Photo

"The students voted for the first shirt of the year to be pink because real men wear pink and the seniors are "real men"! The students had a blast designing the shirts and they came out exactly as we hoped- pink and fun! On a scale from 1-10, THEY are an 11!"

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Norwich Firefighters wear pink to raise awareness by Jason - over 3 years ago

Norwich Firefighters Wear Pink To Raise Awareness T-Shirt Photo

"The Norwich Career Fire Fighters Association Local 1404 is doing its part in the fight against breast cancer this year, opting to sport pink “Keep A Breast” T-shirts throughout the month of October. The local firefighters association will also be taking orders for anyone interested in purchasing one of the $20 shirts, with all proceeds benefiting the Keep A Breast Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to the elimination of breast cancer through the education of today’s youth. "

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Turtle Lake High School Digs Pink by Turtle Lake Volleyball - over 3 years ago

Win Turtle Lake High School Digs Pink T-Shirt Photo

"In celebration of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Turtle Lake Volleyball team designed and sold custom t-shirts created by CustomInk. We also had a raffle table with donated items. The money raised for the event will go to the Sideout Foundation and their "Dig Pink" program to help with cancer research and awareness. For more information, you can go to the following link: http://side-out.org/ The event was held during a recent volleyball match and there were many fans (all dressed in pink) in attendance. Thanks to all who donated time and money, including CustomInk for their kind donation! "

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Oktoberfest fun by Oktoberfest fun - over 3 years ago

Oktoberfest Fun T-Shirt Photo

"A few members of the SVPA Architects Team having fun at our annual Oktoberfest"

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Harry's Care-eez JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes by Georgine Donovan - over 3 years ago

Harry's Care Eez Jdrf Walk To Cure Diabetes T-Shirt Photo

"This is some of our team posing on the walk route by Lake Michigan in Chicago"

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2010 Breastival! by Women's Initiative - over 3 years ago

2010 Breastival! T-Shirt Photo

"The 2010 Breastival was American University's 6th annual festival to raise awareness for breast cancer and other women's health issues. Women's Initiative, a department within Student Government, organizes the event each year, and the event draws around 2,000 students to the quad for fun games, food, and information from 60 area and campus organizations. This year, despite it being cold and windy, the event was a success yet again!"

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