Custom T-Shirts for inspiration

Harley Sue by Harley's Fans - 3 months ago

Harley Sue T-Shirt Photo

"Harley is a wonderful sweet 13 year old diagnosed with Stage IV High Grade Glioma. She is an inspiration to her family and friends. Her strength and faith are an inspiration to us all."

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Fitness Apparel by Oscar Moscat - 11 months ago

Fitness Apparel  T-Shirt Photo

"I really wanted to create something unique and fierce for my fitness attire. This shirt didn't disappoint. Not only were folks asking where I bought it but the compliments were astronomical. Love the shirt, love the site, and will definitely order again."

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Mudslingers Getting Dirty! by Em - almost 2 years ago

Mudslingers Getting Dirty! T-Shirt Photo

"We ran the Dirty Girl Mud Run in Wisconsin on August 18th. It was a BLAST! Some of the proceeds for this race are donated to breast cancer research which is wonderful but the real reason we entered this race was because of a family friend. This courageous woman beat her breast cancer into remission at age 29 and was unfortunately diagnosed with Stage IV Metastatic Breast Cancer again at 33. She is an inspiration to all of us. Working with CustomInk has been fantastic. They were timely, did great work, and even made a small donation ($20) to our family friend. Every little bit helps! We will definitely return here again for our future needs. "

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Kickbutt Cancer Crew by Team Kickbutt - about 2 years ago

Win Kickbutt Cancer Crew T-Shirt Photo

"These t-shirts don't represent an event, but rather a journey ... one that I am making with the help of my amazing friends. These women are scattered across North America, and have come together to support me as I wage war against Stage IV ovarian cancer. I was diagnosed in 2010 and then had a recurrence in March of this year. The first time around I was upset; the second time I was MAD! Hence, the slogan on the shirts (the back reads CHEMO SUCKS!). I think they accurately reflect the fighter in me - and also some truths about dealing with this disease. I have a lot of living left to do, and am determined to get through this round of treatment and get on with my plans! I sent my girlfriends these shirts and asked them to pose with their city name. I have them surrounding me in the photo because that's exactly how I feel - surrounded by their support, their friendship, and their love. They wear their shirts on the days I have chemo and knowing that makes me feel less alone as I take my place in my 'chemo chair'. It's no surprise to me that when all the other patients in the clinic see my shirt, they first have a good laugh and then soon admit to feeling the same way. It's amazing how a t-shirt can inspire conversation and bring people together. It's the same with my friends. Although they're not physically present with me, my 'team' is with me in thought and in spirit and as always, in my heart. I could not do this without them. The Customink experience was pleasantly easy - and the emails from Laney (including a charitable donation on my behalf) demonstrated the spirit of this company. I have so many requests for more shirts from friends, family, and complete strangers, I have no doubt that my 'Kickbutt" design isn't finished just yet!"

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