Custom T-Shirts for estes park
"Find them in the pines" Orange by Culver Crew - about 1 year ago
"Papa and Grammy had bright orange shirts made for our family camping vacation in Estes Park, CO and Rocky Mountain National Park in June, 2013. We picked the bright color because we thought it would help us keep track of six kids between the ages of 5 and 10.... and we were right. Lots of fun comments from the other vacationers. "Vacation wear" will become an annual tradition. It was a fun activity to design the shirts, and with all the choices each year can be unique. Thanks, CustomInk."
Grannerpalooza 2011 by Grannerpalooza 2011 - almost 3 years ago
"This was the second family reunion to honor the matriarch of the family "Granner". The reunion was held in Estes Park, CO and included family from across the U.S. The t-shirts were a hit with the entire family. Customink was great to work with and the web tools made it incredibly easy to create a design that fit our theme. Thanks Customink! Michele B"
Estes Park by Torrence Family Reunion- Estes Park CO - about 3 years ago
Brolra Family Reunion 2009 in Estes Park, Co. by Brolra - almost 5 years ago
"This was our family reunion that we do once every 3 years. We are kind of scattered out around the country so this is how we keep seeing each other. We pick a different part of the country for each Reunion. This one was in Estes Park, Co. from July 23, 2009 to July 27, 2009. The photo was taken at Fall River Hydroplant Museum at The Rocky Mountain National Park. In this photo there are 55 of us. We range from 8 months old to 70 years old. Custom Ink did an Awesome job on our T-shirts. The finished and shipped them ahead of schedule. I designed the shirts myself on their web site and I will recommend them to friends. You can bet I will use them again."
Sweatshirts that stand out by Juniper - over 5 years ago
"The Living Village is composed of six houses. Our house is called "Juniper". The word house is intentionally used because it connotes a warm, intimate family setting (the word dormitory describes a more institutional setting). Each house is designed to accommodate up to sixteen students (eight males, eight females) in two separate sleeping quarters. In addition to the sleeping quarters, each house has a common room, a laundry room, and a small workroom which all residents are welcome to use. A studentÂ¹s immediate living area (with bed, desk, and wardrobe) has a tackable surface and a bulletin board for personal posters and pictures. All houses have wireless internet access and at least two computers for student use. Houseparents live in apartments attached to each house. The culture of each house varies according to the personalities of the houseparent(s) and students; however, members of each house strive to create a family atmosphere in which students feel safe, emotionally nourished and comfortable sharing the issues they encounter throughout the day. The family atmosphere is enhanced because students work together on house chores, cooking special meals (otherwise students eat in the Lodge), house activities, house meetings, house retreats, and intramurals. Students have ongoing conversations, both formal and casual, with their houseparent(s) and peers. Within each house there are opportunities to learn from different cultures and experiences. Houseparents, all of whom are Eagle Rock staff, have a variety of responsibilities. These include the following: * Provide guidance to students within the house using 8 + 5 = 10 as a foundation. * Maintain contact with students families. * Provide daily opportunities for students to check-in. * Create an atmosphere that encourages student voice and shared decision- making. * Coordinate an adult support team, consisting of 4 to 6 ERS colleagues. Residential life increases the capacity of staff and students to form close relationships with each other. These relationships help students attend to dynamics that can enhance personal and academic growth. The residential setting offers a safe communal environment for developing life skills and communication skills, working in teams, developing mediation and conflict resolution skills, and understanding different cultures. It also provides many opportunities for leadership. All of this is within the context of the ERS value system of 8 + 5 = 10."