A custom T-shirt makes its wearer stand out in a crowd, whether it displays a favorite player's name at a basketball game or a favorite janitor's name after sneaking into the locker room. Show custodial support with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$10 for a men's or women's custom shirt (up to a $25 value).
$19 for two men's or women's custom shirts (up to a $50 value).
$25 for three men's or women's custom shirts (up to a $75 value).
Customers choose to plaster the front and back of a black or white tee with an 8.5"x11" image of their choosing, such as a doodle, logo, or photo. Next, tbuki.com prints the design using eco-friendly, soy-based inks and aqueous and UV coatings.
Redtagprints.com enables customers to advertise their individuality or preserve precious memories by customizing products such as business cards, banners, and puzzles with photos, text, and logos. Their shirt division, Tbuki, equips clients with intuitive online tools for conjuring a tee emblazoned with their own design. For a one-of-a-kind gift, Puzzmuzz transforms any photograph into an individualized jigsaw puzzle of up to 300 pieces, and each jumbo card from Korokards is lovingly folded by Paul Bunyan. Redtagprints.com also maintains a healthy relationship with the environment and human community in it by employing American–made products and services, recycling all materials when possible, and working with nonprofits such as Toys for Tots and the National Wildlife Federation.
PuzzMuzz.com - Redtagprintsale.com
PuzzMuzz.com transforms personal photos into custom jigsaw puzzles of various sizes and difficulties. Printed using soy-oil-based inks and paper from dedicated lumber reserves, each eco-conscious puzzle depicts scenes culled from family snapshots, prefab pictures, or custom patterns created using the site’s simple design tools. The site’s producers also partner with local print retailers to produce their products, reducing the environmental impact of long-distance shipping and motion sickness in pieces still rattled from teary airport goodbyes with their printing presses.