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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!
Captain's Last Flight after 25 Years by AngelaC - about 4 years ago
"It is tradition for retiring commercial airline pilots to bring their whole family on their last flight. We ordered shirts congratulating Dad as a surprise. He was definitely surprised to see us at the gate with our shirts! Everyone on the plane knew us by our shirts, and we received lots of well wishes. Customer service at CustomInk was TOP NOTCH! Thanks!"
We Exist...Timmer Sophomore Community. by TimmerGirls - about 4 years ago
"Here is a picture from our floor (1st and 2nd Timmer) Christmas party. We are a unique dorm community in which two floors are actually one community. Not many people on campus know about us, the Timmer Sophomore Community, so we thought we'd make shirts to show that We Exist. The back of our shirts simple say "Timmer Sophomore Community. Great memories and great shirts!"
Naval Academy Football by Frankg - about 4 years ago
California Environmental Semester Fall 2009 by CES2009 - about 4 years ago
"We are all freshmen in college, who just spent our first semester going on field trips to Yosemite, Monterey Bay, and Death Valley. We built such a strong bond with our peers and profs, that as the semester began close we needed a way to remember what fun we had. We turned to the pictures that we took on the first day and arranged them on a shirt!"
Survivor Saturday by Barbies - about 4 years ago
"Survivor Saturday is a day at Elmira where a group of students does a bar-crawl before the Holiday Semi Formal. This yea it was on December 5th, 2009. CustomInk was so wonderful when designing out T shirts and making sure they were exactly how we wanted them !! They were awesome and everyone else loved them."
Wagner College Theatre 2013 by CaitlinBeckman - about 4 years ago
"We are the freshman theatre majors at Wagner College. This photograph was taken on the last day of our semester one acting class. We all sported our department name, school colors and our own last names on our new sweatshirts. We love our sweatshirts, you can always spot the theatre majors on campus because we're always wearing them everywhere. We would like to thank CustomInk for making these sweatshirts possible for us. They look amazing and the company was so helpful throughout the whole process. We're planning on purchasing sweatpants next!"
HonoringtheDecades1920sthru1970s by BigFourReunion - about 4 years ago
"Big 4 All School Reunion in Kingfisher OK. Our little country school was only open from 1920 to 1978. Picture is of the Class of 1964. Yes that is the whole class - 6 of us. We hosted the reunion as a class and dressed honoring the 6 decades Big 4 was open. Roaring 20s Flapper - Conservative Drepression years of the 30s - Rosie the Riveter of WWII in the 40s - the Poodle skirt Rock and Roll 50s - the Hippie 60s and the Disco 70s. We are holding our beautiful ornaments from CustomInk. The ornaments were a huge success. We had 120 folks in attendance and each one received a Big 4 ornament. Wish you could have heard the comments and seen the delight on their faces when they saw the ornament. Thank You - Thank You - Thank You CustomInk. Because of you the Class of 1964 are heros. Working with CustomInk was probably the easiest custom order I have ever placed. The personal contact - delightful staff and attention to detail were top notch - absolutely incredible experience. Claudia Kirk. I am the one on the right end - Disco 70s."
Beach Totes w/Xmas Gift - Family Dinner by GMcNally - over 4 years ago
"A good time and the monogrammed totes were a wonderful addition.wish the photo was a bit clearer but the presentation was so much fun. Thanks again to all of you for your help in filling this order. CustomInk is one great company!! Regards, Gail"