Custom Shirts Made Easy with Dress United

You may remember the post a did last year about Signs on the Cheap…they made my awesome business cards that I’m still sending out whenever I mail books:

I was contacted to review a product for a sister site they have started–Dress United.  And well, I must say I had a whole lot of fun designing my own custom t-shirt!

I’ve never really done anything like it before, but I have to say it was super easy.  The site features a very easy to use design interface, and even has clip art and tons of fonts to help you in your creative process.

As you may have noticed, fleur de lis are my blog’s signature symbol, and I have sort of a thing for the color combo of black and pink.  Here’s what my finished shirt looked like!

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This is on the front of the shirt just above the left breast.  Fun font, right?

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And this is the entire back of the shirt.

I love the way everything came out, and believe me, these designs are on there to stay! The colors are high quality and the images are crisp and clear.

I’m super thrilled with the way my shirt came out, and the fact that it was so simple to design makes it that much better!

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Dress United offers shirts in every style and a wide variety of sizes.  You are sure to find something within your budget, and that will fit your design needs!

I’m able to offer a special discount code to my readers for their first order with Dress United!

30% off at dressunited.com, use code: BLOG30OFF4U

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Posted on April 7, 2013, in product review. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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