Custom T-Shirts for hobby recreation individual
Olds Gym by Fred Drexel - 6 months ago
Friends Who Lift Together, Stay Together by Team AAB - 6 months ago
"We are a group of individuals who met at the gym and share a passion for powerlifting. We created the tank tops at custom ink to have sort of a team attire to wear while working out at the gym; in hopes of raising awareness and bringing more people into the sport. Recently our friend James became very ill and was hospitalized for Aplastic Anemia. When we caught wind of the news, we left the gym to visit in our custom ink tanks! As much as James hates being away from the gym, we brought a bit of that gym spirit to him with a tank with his name on it. Our experience with custom ink has been nothing short of extraordinary, and we look forward to ordering more apparel with new designs."
AARP magazine, a cup of tea, and a new t-shirt by Beth - 6 months ago
"My husband is going through a challenging time and has a few guys that are really supportive. I bought these fine t-shirts for them all to wear as part of the Save Dave team. But as guys sometimes do, a few balked at wearing their t-shirts (testosterone poisoning, obviously). But my husband LOVES his and has worn it 2 days straight. And my sweet far flung family wants me to send each of them a shirt so they can send back a photo of it from all over the country."
R?J3KT KIDZ by Zach - 6 months ago
Family Fantasy Football Fun by Pop-Pop's Heroes - 7 months ago
"Our family had great fun with a fantasy football league. We decided to top it off by giving each person a shirt for Christmas. Our League is named after the senior member of our family, Pop-Pop. His joy is driving his John Deere tractor so that was on our design of the shirt. Everyone loved the gift and we had a fun time designing it. "
Oma & Her Boys by Lisa Holmes - 7 months ago
"I created individualized "My Oma Loves Me" shirts for each of my 3 grandsons, ages 3, 5 and 6, plus an Oma shirt for myself. We wore them to Chuck E. Cheese's for the 5 year old's birthday celebration, and everyone loved them! I used CustomInk to design the shirts because I could never find any "Oma" shirts for them on line that I liked. It was easy to do, and I was able to individualize each shirt with each child's name and favorite color! The boys loved their "Oma" shirts as they call them, and I was proud to see them running around all over Chuck E. Cheese's wearing their tees. The bright colors also helped me to keep up with them! Can't wait to create more tees!!"
Ready to Rock & Roll by jimhallhdg - 7 months ago
"A good story. Grandpa started giving music lessons to 4 of 7 grandsons in the picture in 2013. To offset the computer gaming time being wasted by the boys. The 13 yr old plays violin/mandolin, the 12 year old plays guitar, the twin 8 year olds play keyboard. I play guitar. I've been teaching the four the joy of making music and we can muddle through 10 songs - six popular songs from 2012-2013.. On Nov 1st we gave our first family concert and the 6 & 8 year old grandsons from my second son wanted to play too. So Christmas gifts this year were Custom Ink t-shirts, a bass guitar for the 13 yo, a distortion pedal for the 12yo, tamborine and a cajon for the twins (need som percussion) AND a keyboard and guitar for the new 6 yo & 8 yo. I gave a t-shirt to the 5 yo and we call him the singer. Band H stands either for Band Hall or if you say it fast enough Bandage which meets the 12 yo requirment for a 1 word band name. You may not notice the figure in the name has a bandaid accross his chest. I sure could use winning the contest to fund more musical stuff for the boys."