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 rating your favorites.

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

Team Molly's Mayhem by Molly's Mayhem - JDRF 2011 - almost 3 years ago

Team Molly's Mayhem T-Shirt Photo

"My daughter, Molly, was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes this past January. Our family and friends gathered together for our first JDRF Ron Santo Walk to Cure Diabetes. We had a beautiful day and raised over $5000 for the cause. Thank you CustomInk for the fabulous t-shirts and contribution to a worthy cause. Oh, and Molly is the one holding the sign!"

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JOPA Pride by FoxMXRacer27 - almost 3 years ago

Jopa Pride T-Shirt Photo

"So, I was finishing up my first tour in the Navy onboard the USS Bunker Hill. Being a first tour division officer, things can get rough and stressful. It is super important to rely on your fellow first tour officers to get through deployments and strenuous underways. My first year on my ship wasn't great because the junior officers weren't close. However, my second year onboard we got 11 new Ensigns. This made a huge difference. We all became really close and looked out for each other. They were really bring back the core of JOPA (Junior Officer's Protection Association): To look out for one another and protect each other from the senior officers' line of fire. These officers really made my last tour memorable so I decided to give them something that would bond them even further and they could wear with pride on the ship. At the hail and farewell party, they each received a JOPA t-shirt with their "call signs" (nicknames) on the back so that they were even more personal. They absolutely loved them as you can see in the photo. Working with CustomInk was amazing. The quality of the shirts were awesome and even the officers commented on how great they were. It's been 2 days since they received them and they can't stop talking about them still. Thank you so much for being so flexible in terms of working with my design because I know it can be hard to work with someone who's underway at sea. You really made this experience easy and fun. The USS Bunker Hill JOPA can't thank you enough =)"

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Unity Day at Downsville Central School by - almost 3 years ago

Unity Day At Downsville Central School T-Shirt Photo

"The National Bullying Prevention Center has designated October 12 as "Unity Day" a day when we unite, in part by wearing orange, to stand up for those being bullied. Our school teachers and staff decided to have CustomInk make shirts for us to further show our support. Our shirts read "STOP BULLYING" "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words last forever" on the front and "DCS -peacesign in the middle- Builders on the back. If we helped one of our 300 students, we've done our part....something tells me we touched more than one life on Wednesday though! Thank you CustomInk!"

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Breast Cancer Pink out Football Game!! by Jessica - almost 3 years ago

Breast Cancer Pink Out Football Game!! T-Shirt Photo

"I ordered these shirts for the seniors at Waubonsie Valley High school. The neuqua game was coming up, and that is our number one rival. So I thought that it would look really cool to design shirts and give them to all the seniors for the game. We have a theme every football game, and this theme for pink out for breast cancer. One of the football couches wife was diagnosed so we dedicated these shirts and the pink colors to him. We ended up winning the game and everyone loved the shirts. Unfortunately not everyone could fit in the photo but about 40 people ended up wearing them and it looked amazing. Everyone who bought the shirt loved it. Im glad I decided to make the shirts and I will definitely be making more soon! Thank you so much, it was a very late notice to make all those shirts and you guys did it perfectly! :) "

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Brown University Advancement Office bowling party by The 2012 U.S. Olympic Bowling Team - almost 3 years ago

Brown University Advancement Office Bowling Party T-Shirt Photo

"We were the winning team (versus 25 others) at the annual Brown University Advancement Office bowling party in September. (I'm second from the right.) I came up with the name since no one else can claim it, i.e., bowling is not an Olympic sport! "

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Peepstoberfest 13 by Tom Dougherty - almost 3 years ago

Peepstoberfest 13 T-Shirt Photo

"A bunch of old high school friends celebrating Peepstoberfest since 1999. We ordered a total 33 shirts. Everyone who received a shirt was thrilled. The folks who missed the deadline were bummed. But, the beer was cold, and the food was amazing."

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Men in a Salon by The Fall of Byron - Bachelor Party! - almost 3 years ago

Men In A Salon T-Shirt Photo

"I made these shirts for my buddy Byron's bachelor party. It was so easy to make on the CustomInk.com website! We had our event at the American Male salon in Las Vegas - basically we rented out the salon for 2 hours and got whatever services we wanted - we got haircuts, shaves, manicures, etc. Yes, it was very manly!"

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Senior girls 2012 by esther - almost 3 years ago

Senior Girls 2012 T-Shirt Photo

"85 girls ordered this shirt and we wore them for our senior photos. These are just some of the people who ordered. Customink is super efficient and has excellent customer service. They came right on time!"

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Team Andrew's Pirates by kerri plourde - almost 3 years ago

Team Andrew's Pirates T-Shirt Photo

"This is a picture of our team Andrew's Pirates....we took part in Autism Speaks Greater Waterbury Walk, on June 4, 2011, in Ct. My nephew was diagnosed with autism in January and my family and friends walked in honor of Andrew.....It truly was an amazing experience and will continue this walk every year....Our t- shirts won 1st prize and we have Customink to thank!"

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ANNUAL ALS WALK by TEAM SCHMITTY - almost 3 years ago

Annual Als Walk T-Shirt Photo

"This event was the Annual ALS Walk. We walk to fight Lou Gehrig's Disease. My brother Jeff was diagnosed with ALS in Oct. '09. It is a fatal disease with no cure or treatment. This year the event was at Greenfield Park in Milwaukee, and it was beautiful! I surprised Jeff with his very own team this year! We actually had about 50 team members, 40 of them in TEAM SCHMITTY shirts, but the day was so hectic that I forgot to get an actual team photo with the whole team!! My experience with CustomInk was amazing - from start to finish! They made everything super easy and I will definitely be spreading the word, and using them in the future. Thank you!!"

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