"Champion Cowboy Church in Hockley, TX took 42 kids and 5 adults to Kids Camp in Kerrville, TX July 11-14, 2014. The theme for camp was Under the Big Top and our shirts read "Over the Top for Jesus!" Every year, we purchase shirts for all the kids going to camp so while we are traveling everyone matches and they get to keep something that reminds them of camp! Working with CustomInk was a breeze. The website was easy to use, customer service was delightful and the shirts arrived a day early! Thank you! "
Kids T-Shirt Design Ideas & Clip Art
Make your next event more fun for the little ones with custom kids t-shirts. There are so many great reasons to design your own t-shirts for kids, as you can see from the photos below. Plus we offer great products like custom tie dye shirts, toddler t-shirts, and infant t-shirts.
You can even start your kids fundraiser using our new t-shirt fundraising tool! It's fun, easy, and totally free!
Wallsapalooza 2014 by The Need For Speed - 10 days ago
"Birthday Party for my two boys Cameron and Aidan at Mario Andretti Grand Prix. The t-shirts were the party favors and the kids absolutely LOVED them! We attended events post birthday party and there would always be a kid in a Wallsapalooza T-Shirt. Thanks CustomInk!"
Art2Light Art Camp 2014! by Art2Light - 14 days ago
"Once a year the Art2Light children's fine art program (taught from a Christian perspective) has a 1-week summer arts & crafts day camp in East Texas to have fun making amazing artwork and to just enjoy being children! CustomInk was amazing - very professional, very fast & excellent quality. We've used them for our tshirts for 2 years, and I would highly recommend them."
Hidden Hollow Gang by - 20 days ago
""We ordered shirts last year for our kids. Hidden Hollow Gang. These are [my mother's] grand and great grand kids. They have a special hideout in one of the pastures on our farm that the kids dubbed The Hidden Hollow. We call the kids The Hidden Hollow Gang. When they're all together on holidays they spend almost all their time in the Hollow...We Love the shirts!! ""
Field and Fun Day at C-K Elementary by Claysburg-Kimmel Elementary - about 1 month ago
"The submitted photo shows the staff and students at Claysburg-Kimmel Elementary School in Claysburg, PA proudly displaying their tie-dye creations on Field and Fun Day this Spring! Our Field and Fun Day is an annual celebration of teamwork, sportsmanship, wellness, and of course fun! We tie-dyed our custom event shirts supplied by CustomInk in preparation for the day. This school-wide tie-dying project does a lot to add to the excitement and anticipation of the event which marks the culmination of our school year and lots of hard work throughout the year. Our school could not have been more pleased with our experience with CustomInk, including the quality and price of our shirts, as well as the excellent customer service we received! Thanks CustomInk!"
Cool Dads Rock in the park by CDRDMC - about 1 month ago
Neighborhood PlayGarden children by Alicia Greenleaf - about 1 month ago
"This photo was taken last week at Christopher playground in San Francisco during one of NPG's weekly summer field trips. The kids and parents love our newly designed T-shirts. They keep our kids looking slick and feeling comfy during all our field trip outings!"
Community ONE kids by Community ONE, Inc. - about 1 month ago
"Community ONE kids took a visit to the International Spy Museum, created fake identities and did their best SPY pose! They also got to hear about careers in preserving history! Community One is non-profit that exposes at-risk children to interesting careers. We believe better options lead to higher aspirations and better decisions."
Eye-Spy (Community ONE kids visit Spy Museum) by Community ONE, Inc. - about 1 month ago
"Community ONE kids took a visit to the International Spy Museum, created fake identities and did their best SPY pose! Community One is non-profit that exposes at-risk children to interesting careers. We believe better options lead to higher aspirations and better decisions."