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Omega Photo Workshop by ToddShapera - almost 4 years ago
Camp My Life by Peggy - almost 4 years ago
"We ordered shirts for our Kids Camp. The title of camp was "My Life", which is what's on the front of the shirts. The back has a verse on it. Kids learned how to handle things in "My Life" like anger, fairness, etc. and that God will be with you and help you through it all! This picture was at our nightly campfire. Camp was in Annville, KY, June 22-25. CustomInk was awesome! I have always ordered our shirts through a local company and thought I would try CustomInk this year. They did a fabulous job and will definitely get my business every year!"
Camperpalooza Group Shot by Camperpalooza2008 - about 4 years ago
"We are a homeschool co-op that meets in Georgia. We do unit studies. Our current study is on the Titanic. The kids love the classes and the moms enjoy teaching. We have had only great experiences with CustomInk. We are repeat customers and will definitely come back for our next t-shirt order."
OCW Middle School Presents Cinderella Confidential by OCW_Drama - about 4 years ago
"These are the drama kids from Oak Creek West Middle School. We spent approximately 100 hours rehearsing for our spring show, Cinderella Confidential, and it turned out great! We have gotten our shirts from Custom Ink for three years now, and as usual, the customer service was outstanding. We know that whatever design we submit, the Custom Ink crew will make it look amazing, and we appreciate that so much!"
Justice DTS 2008 by YWAM-UMW - about 4 years ago
"A rare picture where all of the six students from our last Discipleship Training School (Oct. '08 - Feb. '09) look relatively normal. We all love our hoodies... not only did they help us combat the bitter cold of Winterpeg, Manitoba, but the design was amazing, and we couldn't have done it without the professionals at CustomInk.com. Some of us liked the hoodies so much we brought them to Uganda for the second phase of our program, and let's face it - you don't really need a sweater in a country so close to the equator!"