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!
5 Grilled Cheese by Team5 - almost 5 years ago
"Team 5 Grilled Cheese was formed to participate in the Sacramento 2009 Walk Now for Autism to raise awareness and funds for autism research. After overwhelming participation, we had to order additional team shirts. CustimInk handled the order on very short notice and lived up to all of their promises!"
Cure Leukemia! by Eryne - almost 5 years ago
KayLee's Friends Walk to support JDRF by bobbi - almost 5 years ago
Ducks Softball '09 by JoeN - almost 5 years ago
Bass Divas by BassDivas - almost 5 years ago
"These are 3 of the fabulous Pediatric Oncology Nurses from the Bass Center at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital that are part of the group we named ourselves the Bass Divas. We love our new shirts because we are proud of what we do and the families and children that we help. The biohazard logo fits us perfectly because we give chemo all day to our patients, and it's the same logo on our chemotherapy disposal bins you see on the wall next to the nurses. The shirts really boosted our unit morale."
Team Bust a Move Busting a Move to BEAT CANCER by Guest - almost 5 years ago
who needs class when your a perfect '10 by Maggie44 - almost 5 years ago
"Each year Springfield Township High School has a homecoming. Usually only a select group of friends make shirts on their own, normally saying "Senior Girls." This year I decided to let all senior girls participate in getting shirts ordered. Since we are graduating in 2010, our front of our shirts say "Senior Girls: Homecoming" and on the back it says "Who needs class...when you're a perfect '10" Everyone loved them! Teachers even wanted them!"
Savannah's A1c Squad - JDRF Walk For A Cure by SavannahJohnson - almost 5 years ago
"Savannah's A1c Squad dressed up with an army theme, and did some warm up stretches with Bob the Builder to prep for the 4-mile JDRF Walk For a Cure (for Juvenile Diabetes) in Chicago on October 4. The team of 13 teenagers raised over $10,000 and we're extremely excited to be part of a great cause..with GREAT shirts too. Working with CustomInk was a great experience - they were so helpful and generous, easy to communicate with, and fashioned us the best looking shirts at the event! Thank you CustomInk!"