Custom T-Shirts for aunt
Walker Family Reunion by Patricia Polite - 23 days ago
"We were having our family reunion during the week of July 4th following my aunt's funeral in McCaskill, Arkansas. On the back of our t-shirts is a beautiful picture of my aunt Lenora in rememberance. If I could submit more than one pic then I would gladly show it. It was a great ending wearing these shirts for our bittersweet reunion. "
Dashin' for DeeDee by Kristin Wielert - about 1 month ago
Grey matters to the Highs by Team Cynthia - about 1 month ago
"This was taken after the charity event that was put on for my aunt who was diagnosed with anaplastic astrocytoma grade 3 back in October 2013 which is terminal brain cancer! The reason for the event was to help raise awareness for Brain cancer! The experience i had with customink was amazing they were professional and very helpful throughout the entire process and as a bonus they even donated to our cause!! "
Your battle is our battle by TEAM JANET - 3 months ago
"My aunt was diagnosed with stage for cancer. We held a fundraiser event at TGIFRIDAYS In oldbridge New Jersey. I decided to order shirts through custom ink and was beyond pleased with the finished product. Not only were the shirts amazing and shipped so fast but a rep from custom ink also reached out to me and donated money towards my aunts fundraiser.. This company is amazing and I will definitely be using you guys from now on!!!"
Elephant Shirt by Annie McCarthy - 4 months ago
"Working a 8-5 desk job can be boring, very boring. Especially when the job involves no creative whatsoever. On one of these 8-5 days (probably a Monday...) I got so bored at work that I decided to start sketching an elephant. It turned into a very intricate elephant with a Tribal design. After showing it to my mom she insisted that we must put it on a t-shirt. I brushed her off and thought that it wouldn't be possible, and even if it would, there was no chance it would come out looking any good. She was not convinced though, and after doing some research, she found customink.com. She sent the site to me and I immediately started playing around with the design and placed an order shortly after. My family is extremely important to me and I was born, raised, and still live in Chicago. My oldest brother married an awesome young lady and much to mine and my parents chagrin, moved off to California, which is, for the most part, the farthest location you can get from Chicago and still be in the United States. Shortly after their move, they had the two cutest, blondest, blue eyed children you will ever meet. Since they are SO far away, I always try to do little special things for them, especially so my nephews can remember who their favorite "Auntie" is. Once I saw how great the design looked on my shirt, I knew I had to order shirts for their whole family. After shipping them out to California, I received the Selfie you see with this entry from the whole family, brother, sister-in-law and 2 adorable nephews all wearing the elephant t-shirts. I also received a video with the oldest nephew running around with his elephant shirt on screaming "ELEPHANT SHIRT AUNTIE! ELEPHANT SHIRT AUNTIE! THANKS!" I may be biased, but I think this elephant shirt family selfie is one of the cutest things there is and it couldn't have happened without Customink.com"
LLS Walk for a Cure 2013 by Team Maryann - 9 months ago
"This was taken before the Leukemia Lymphoma Society's Walk for a Cure Event in Bethpage Long Island on October 19th. My family and I walked in memory of my Aunt Maryann who passed last year from this terrible disease. The devastation of losing a loved one is life changing. By coming together and walking to find a cure makes us feel hopeful. We plan on doing this every year until we don't have to anymore because that means there is a cure! TEAM MARYANN was the number ONE friends and family team (not corporate) raising over $13, 700!! We were the number 3 overall team!! Amazing accomplishment! Custom Ink was an awesome company with great customer service. They even donated towards our cause. Thank you!! I would definitely use them again, even without the $100 prize!"