T-Shirt Design Ideas For Your Friends

Celebrate your friendships with custom t-shirts or custom hoodies from CustomInk! As you can see from the customer photos below, custom t-shirts, hoodies and other items make get-togethers with friends more fun and memorable. Design and order custom t-shirts and more online for your college friends, sorority sisters, camp buddies, and more!


Group pic by Jourden Conductor's at St. Louis Autism walk - almost 4 years ago

Group Pic T-Shirt Photo

"This is a group photo from the Autism Walk that was held on oct. 9 in St. Louis, Mo. We were walking in honor of my son Jourden who has Autism"

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Senior Powder Puff! by Hannah - almost 4 years ago

Senior Powder Puff! T-Shirt Photo

"On Wednesday October 6th 168 girls gather to play Powder Puff football on the varsity football field and raise $1642 to local charity, Hastings Family Service. Shown here is some of the senior class!"

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Susan G.Komen 3 Day Walk, D.C-2010 by Sister of the Heart - almost 4 years ago

Susan G.Komen 3 Day Walk, D.C 2010 T-Shirt Photo

"My two best friends committed to walking 60 miles in 3 days for the Susan G. Komen Foundation in October in Washington,D.C. We have been lifelong friends and although we all only have brothers, we consider ourselves like sisters, therefore, "Sisters of the Heart". They live in Boston, I live in California but we kept each other motivated for about 6 months while we trained. My Aunt is currently in remission and we were inspired by her strength and courage and walked for her and so many others. 2,900 walkers raised $5.3 million in our walk last weekend, truly amazing! Custom Ink helped me create a memorable shirt for us to wear. We got so many lovely comments. I made 3 extra, one for each of our daughters so they can walk hand in hand with us when they are all old enough! Thank you Custom Ink, we loved the shirts!"

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Birthday Girl & her Ladies by Mikayla - almost 4 years ago

Birthday Girl & Her Ladies T-Shirt Photo

"The event was my 18th birthday at a blacklight indoor miniture golf place that i turned into a dance hall with 300 guests! it was amazing! I had 6 girls with matching tanks as me only on their lower back its said "MC's Ladies" and on mine it said "Birthday Princess." Everything went perfect it was the best birthday I could ask for. CustomInk you really pulled through!!!!!!"

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I BELIEVE IN MIRACLES! by DEBBIE ALLEN - almost 4 years ago

I Believe In Miracles! T-Shirt Photo

"My friends daughter (Shannon) had cancer as a toddler. For many years she was great. Shannon has a 2 year old and a 7 year old. The cancer returned again, but not the same kind. After fighting a courageous baattle she was able to come home. Not long after when went for a scan, it showed the cancer was back again. At this time I decided that we needed to show our support for Shannon by creating a T Shirt that represented her faith in God and Miracles. This is how the shirt came to be called "I Believe In Miracles" We formed a small group (Team Shannon) and wore our shirts to the hospital to support her while she was in surgery. At this time we are waiting to see what the doctors have to say, but we will continue to wear our shirts for a very long time! We love you Shannon! Thank you CustomInk. for making your web page so easy. It helped me find the perfect pictures and the printing on the shirts were great. We were so pleased with the out come."

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I BELIEVE IN MIRACLES! by DEBBIE ALLEN - almost 4 years ago

I Believe In Miracles! T-Shirt Photo

"THIS IS SHANNON BEFORE SHE WENT INTO SURGERY. SHE WAS WEARING HER "TEAM SHANNON" SHIRT"

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Team Dylan by 2010 Rochester Walk for Autism - almost 4 years ago

Team Dylan T-Shirt Photo

"CustomInk helped make the event what it was....an opportunity for friends and family of our son Dylan to get together and support an amazing cause."

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I BELIEVE IN MIRACLES! by DEBBIE ALLEN - almost 4 years ago

I Believe In Miracles! T-Shirt Photo

"My friends daughter (Shannon) had cancer as a toddler. For many years she was great. Shannon has a 2 year old and a 7 year old. The cancer returned again, but not the same kind. After fighting a courageous battle, she was able to come home. Not long after when she went for a scan, it showed the cancer was back again. At this time I decided that we needed to show our support for Shannon by creating a T Shirt that represented her faith in God and Miracles. This is how the shirt came to be called "I Believe In Miracles". We formed a small group (Team Shannon) and wore our shirts to the hospital to support her while she was in surgery. At this time we are waiting to see what the doctors have to say, but we will continue to wear our shirts for a very long time! We love you Shannon. "

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Camp Bananas 2010 by Sarah Heintzman - almost 4 years ago

Camp Bananas 2010 T-Shirt Photo

"We've been friends since our freshman year of college (1998), when we branded our group the "Bananas” (a long story). We travel from all over the country to meet in Minnesota for annual Christmas parties, baby showers, birthday parties, and lots more. We went on our first camping trip EVER was this past August, and such an event had to be commemorated with a t-shirt. Another friend recommended CustomInk, and I couldn’t have been happier with how the shirts turned out. The drawings were done by our group’s artists (who live in NY and sent me their drawings), and the CustomInk artists polished the designs to make everything look fantastic. After I gave my friends their shirts, no one took them off the rest of the weekend. The two of us who couldn’t attend (they live in TX and NC) received their shirts by mail. Everyone was delighted by our new group shirts, the first we’ve made since we were sophomores. We’ll surely be ordering again. Thanks for making our gathering even more of a success!"

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Las Vegas 2010! by Sal F - almost 4 years ago

Las Vegas 2010! T-Shirt Photo

"Best friend's Bachelor Party in Las Vegas!! Custom Ink Rocks!!"

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