I love t-shirts, which is good since I work at a t-shirt company. Some of them are memories of events and groups from days past, some of them I’m not even sure are mine…but either way, I accumulate a LOT of t-shirts – too many to wear. I don’t want to be wasteful, so I set out to “go green” by finding a few great — and creative — ways to re-purpose, re-use, and recycle my old t-shirts.
So, if you clean out your drawers only to discover just how many T-shirts you’ve collected over the years, and you want to make use of them (even the ones that are on their last leg), check out these simple ideas… Read more –>
Here at the office we just had a bake sale to benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure. In an ideal world, I think there should be a system for matching donations to the number of calories consumed… but I guess there are far too many tasty things in this world for that to work. Read more –>
My mom just turned 55 and I tried my hand at throwing her a birthday bash. Have you ever planned a big party? There is a LOT to organize and even more people to coordinate with. From the caterers, to the venue, it can be confusing and overwhelming. I was so worried about all the little details and making everything perfect that I decided to just give her a great gift instead.
Which got me thinking about how our customers might feel when ordering custom t-shirts. It can be overwhelming too: it might not be something you’ve done before, and there are so many choices. I’d hate to think of anyone not ordering something from us for their party because they are worried it won’t come out perfect. You don’t have to worry. Let us be your party t-shirt planners! Read more –>