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.
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TVSC 11 and 12 year old boys at Open Water Chaampionships by CoachPeter - about 5 years ago
10 and Under Iron Men at Open Water Champs by CoachPeter - about 5 years ago
Amanda's last weekend single! by Mingle - about 5 years ago
"Us 6 ladies went on a 4 day backcountry mule packtrip to celebrate our best friend Amanda's last weekend single. Since most of us have done multiple trips into the backcountry I wanted to host a unique bacherlorette like one on has ever attended. it was a totally surprise to all the girls, I gave them their shirts when we got into camp and we wore them out on our ride back to the trailhead!!!It was great fun, amazing weather, but pretty unforgiving mosquitos...we all are planning another trip next year so more t-shirts will be in the works!!! Custom Ink was great, I received my t-shirts right on time, and it was so much fun putting the idea for the shirts together,"
Ready, Aim, Fire by Fire - about 5 years ago
Dussy & Tina Reunion 2009 by Geri - about 5 years ago
"This photo was our group picture in the hotel lobby in the Rose Hall Resort in Jamaica W.I. This was our first reunion with 23 in attendance from all over the USA. We also used this event as a community service project, where we donated clothing, shoes, and school supplies to the people in the village of Diamond District in Clarendon, Jamaica. This is in a remote area on the island of Jamaica where the people have no indoor plumbing, thier cooking is still done on wood fires outside in the yard of the homes and the people are extremely poor but rich in spirit. Our family traveled 3 hours from the hotel through the mountains, on unpaaved roads to host a celebration for the people of the village which included food, activities, sharing of stories, and the donations. Our family is from this village dating back to 1898. We haven't forgotten from where we have come and wanted to give back to those that are still there."