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K12 T-Shirt Design Ideas And Clipart
Put the cool in your school with custom K12 t-shirts! As you can see from the customer photos below, custom class t-shirts are the perfect way to show your school spirit and promote the clubs and teams closest to your heart. CustomInk makes it easy to design the perfect tees online in just a few clicks. Simply pick a product and add text, add art or upload a photo. For ideas and inspiration, check out our K-12 design ideas.
Olmsted Shooting Sports by Olmsted Zombie Defense Team - 7 months ago
"This photo was taken during a break I had with my staff. All of us work with Boy Scouts of America teaching the Rifle, Shotgun and Archery Merit Badges. CustomInk was wonderful about getting us our shirts and it was a very easy and hassle free process and I would definitely use them again! "
2013 MHS Marching Band Clarinet Section by Felicia Baer - 7 months ago
"Every year, it is a tradition in our marching band to make t-shirts for each section. After designing the t-shirt, I presented it to my clarinet section. They all loved it! There was one problem though. Three of us wanted red and the rest wanted black shirts. I was stressed and very sad because, with the type of shirt we wanted, there was a minimum of 6 you had to order. So, I was not able to order the three red. Then I saw the call or email for help sign. I called in, and I recieved amazing service! The man on the phone helped me order my shirts with only three red and the rest black. I was no longer stressed, and he even told me that our shirts would be in before we went off to band camp! This picture is of our section at band camp. We were so happy with the shirts and I am so amazed at the service I received. I will definitely be ordering more from Custom Inc. Thank you Custom Inc!"
TWHS Band Officers by Jason H. - 7 months ago
Marching Saxophones by Jessica Nagel - 7 months ago
TechHatch by TechHatchers - 7 months ago
"This is a photo that was taken at the office of INM United in Richmond, VA. We run a program called TechHatch, which is a technology incubator program for high school students. The students are given the skills and mentorship to take an idea to a working prototype over the course of 8 weeks. More info on our website."
Troop 361 Knows How To Have FUN! by Happy Campers - 7 months ago
"We took this photo at our weekly troop meeting especially for this contest. We did a couple of 'normal ones' first, but THIS one shows the REAL SPIRIT behind the awesome tees and the amazing girls who wear them! We love our CustomInk tees & had fun designing them. It was so easy. We know we will be re-ordering soon though because active girls grow fast! "
We're Classy. by Piccs2013 - 7 months ago
"We are with the Corona del Sol Marching Band and this photo was taken last week right before we left for band camp. It's tradition to wear our section shirt that day and one of the moms wanted a photo before we left :) We represent the piccolo section which is like a flute but smaller and higher pitched. The section leaders before me have used CustomInk so that was the first place I turned to for section shirts. A girl decided to join our section after I already placed the order for all the shirts, when I called Heather Ann was able to help me and was extremely friendly. In the future I will definite come back because of the helpful impression I was left with."
Summer Scout Adventures by Lorelai - 7 months ago
Save Kellogg by Veronica - 7 months ago
"This photo is from the last week of school. Our favorite teach, Mr. Kellogg was losing his job and our ag department was in jeopardy. He is our ag teacher and FFA advisor which is the reason the shirts are blue and yellow. Everybody rallied together and wore keep calm and Kellogg on shirts. "Save Kellogg" was found all over campus as well as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Every body noticed our shirts and those who didn't know about the situation stopped and asked. They spread awareness as well as let our beloved teacher know how much he means to us. In the end, Kellogg is still teaching at the school, but not ag, and our ag department did not get shut down as threatened thanks to our awareness projects and attendance to board meetings. "