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!
The 1st annual Ciliberty Family Reunion by Ciliberti - almost 5 years ago
The 1st annual Ciliberti Family Reunion by Lizabeth - almost 5 years ago
Bride totes bridal tote bag by Chloe - almost 5 years ago
"Here's Chloe in her wedding dress, carrying one of the tote bags we made up as thank you gifts for our generous wedding helpers. (Tree graphic by our artistic friend Bill.) CustomInk improved the result by suggesting we match the artwork color to the bag color, AFTER the order was placed -- they cared about the results, not just the order."
Scuba Slammers by Scuba - almost 5 years ago
Whistler Family Round Up by Whistler - almost 5 years ago
"Fifteen of us got together this summer in Whistler, B.C. for an awesome week of adventure. The picture was taken at Lost Lake where we swam, had a picnic, and rode bikes. They were having a heat wave so our youngest, age 2, didn't really want to put his shirt back on for the picture. He's standing proudly behind it though."
There's a hot crew! by Smithfield_Fire_Dept - almost 5 years ago
50 Miler 2009 - At The Mine by BSA_222_50Miler_2009 - almost 5 years ago
"This is 5 of the 6 Scouts and 4 adults who proudly wore their new commemorative Badger Sports wicking t-shirt on our 50 Miler hike this year. This picture was taken 3 days and 22 miles into the 6 day hike and was taken at an old abandoned tungsten mine in the Okanogan National Forest in Washington State."
We Spin While You Sleep by TLHH - almost 5 years ago
"Team Lipstick and High Heels 1 & 2--- composed of the girls from the 530 a.m. spin class at the gym.... This is from the Great Urban Race in Chicago and then our team wore them again in the Muddy Buddy Ride n Run race the next day (but we liked the shirts too much to wear into the mud pit at the end of the race so we took them off before diving in to save them for our next race!). The whole point of the bright shirts was to be seen and to give ourselves a funny name (ie if people thought we were a "girly" team, they wouldnt be "threatened" by us and we'd come out of nowhere to beat them!!). We found the right combination of color, designs, and help at CustomInk. It was easy to create online and call for help if needed. I felt confident that if I somehow managed to screw up, Id still be taken care of! Thanks guys!"