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New York T-Shirt Design Ideas and Templates
2007 Champs by Stuyvesant - about 7 years ago
Legal Problems '07!! by Bridget - about 7 years ago
"So- I have been in a class with that teacher for 3 years now. Since I'm a senior I wanted to do something cool for the last day of my Legal Problems class. My classmates all pitched in and helped me design the t-shirts. they came out absolutly amazing. I couldnt have been happier with the way things turned out. (On the back of the shirts it says everyones individual name and contains a picture of a bee holding a pencial.[the teacher was also a beekeeper])"
Christmas Eve in Buffalo by ET - over 7 years ago
The Cha Cha Girls by Rosie - over 7 years ago
2007 Winter X Games Team by WinterXGames - over 7 years ago
Theta Zeta Upsilon by thelittlerivers - over 7 years ago
"As a brand new sorority on our campus, we purchased t-shirts from custom ink to really get our name out there! Our girls love the shirts and CustomInk was great about getting them to us quickly and working with us on the design. Theta Zeta is a groupd of amazing, fun-loving girls and our new t-shirts just help to show that off even more! Thanks CustomInk!"
OLMA Varisty Volleyball Seniors 2006 by Megan - over 7 years ago
SENIORS!!!! by Seniors-07 - over 7 years ago
"This a picture of my 8th graders the day they recieved theiur custom ink sweatshirts. They were so proud, they interrupted my class to take a picture! We loved working with you cutom ink; the service you gave us with those damaged sweaters was incredible! We can't wait to use you for their graduation t-shirts!"
Breast Cancer Walk, 2006 by KCCAB - over 7 years ago
"This is a picture of four of our CAB members who participated in the Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk held in Syracuse, NY. We drove almost 2 hours to participate in the walk, had a team of approximately 50 people and raised almost $2100. Our shirts read Keuka College on the front and the back read Stomping Out Breast Cancer One Stride at a time with little footprints running vertically up the shirt. The shirts were black with neon pink writing."