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.
A & P at Body Worlds! by Pitts' Kids - about 1 year ago
"My Anatomy & Physiology had these t-shirts made up to wear for a field trip that we took to the Body Worlds exhibit at a science museum. The kids were so excited to go on the field trip & to rock their shirts! We had a blast. You can't see the back, but they were very witty! We had pictures of a human "eye", human "heart", and bones on the back.....thus stating that WE LOVE BONES!! Custom ink was so easy to work with & I designed everything online at my convenience. I'll certainly use them again! Thanks!"
Commit to be fit! by Excel's first health expo! - about 1 year ago
"This photo was taken at Excel Academy's first annual health expo. Excel is an all girls charter school in Washington DC. The goal is to provide high quality education in order to help break the cycle of poverty. The expo took place on May 30, 2013. Custom Ink did a great job of providing our 600 shirts in a timely manner. The shirts really helped to create a fun and unified atmosphere between the scholars, volunteers, staff and the community. "
Fun in the Garden by CHS Horticulture - about 1 year ago
WEGO AP BIO 2013 by WEGO AP Bio 2013 - about 1 year ago
"The photograph was taken in my classroom on the last day of class. Many of my students are seniors, and my class was the last class period of the year so for many of them so this was their final high school picture taken. Every year I take pictures of my students and each year the "class mascot" gets picked up by his fellow classmates. This year Alan received the honor of being chosen as our AP Biology mascot. We went through a lot of bumps in the road with our T-shirts mainly because of copyrighting issues with the images we kept choosing but Custom Ink's artists worked with us to develop a shirt we all loved. Thank you for all your help!"
Cluster B Hits up Montauk Point by Cluster B Sees the Light - about 1 year ago
"This is 1/2 of our group that attended a field trip to the Montauk Point Light House. All students wore the CutomInk t-shirts and were easily spotted by all volunteers at the lighthouse. It was a great day and the kids looked AWESOME!!! The experience with CutomInk was unbelievable; such awesome service was given during the entire process of creating and ordering the t-shirts. I never would have expected such amazing support from a website that I found with a simple Google search. You will get my business in the future as well as friends and colleagues from my school that loved your work!! Thank you!"
HSH Ditch Day Students by Sarah - about 1 year ago
Proud to be part of the puzzle by Coltsville - about 1 year ago
"We got these shirts for autism walk that is coming up on June 2nd. We do this walk every year and other years we have only sold about 30 shirts. This year we sold a total of 123 shirts! CustomInk has been fantastic throughout the process! The customer service is phenomenal and I would recommend them to anyone and I have. Everyone loves their shirt, and who wouldn't? They are adorable! A student with autism helped design the front to make this shirt even more special. It's a really great cause and CustomInk has show great support. "
Innovators Assemble by Joshua - about 1 year ago
"This is the lead planning team for an event called Crystal Innovation Day. This was a day where students formulated their own learning plan and then spent all day creating a project or presentation or performance of whatever it is they chose to spend the whole day working on and learning about. Teachers acted only as advisors and facilitators. We did this with the whole school, 950 students, sixth to eighth grades. It was the first time we'd done it, and the first time we've ever heard of it on a whole-school scale; it took about 80 man-hours to plan and implement, and it was all worth it because in the end it was brilliant."