When designing custom volleyball shirts, the first step is to consider the climate/environment of the games. Will your volleyball team be playing:
- outdoors on a beach in the sun?
- in a gym in the cold midwest winters?
- outdoors on a court in the summer or spring?
Pick your shirt style accordingly -- if your volleyball team will be playing/traveling in cold weather, then consider:
To start designing your custom hoodie - go to www.DesignAShirt.com
If the team is playing outdoors in warm weather (but might be traveling in the cool mornings or evenings), consider a matching volleyball tank top with the sweatpants:
If the volleyball team is mostly women, they will love getting the feminine, flattering knit t-shirts. Some design volleyball team shirt ideas:
DesignAShirt.com has seen a trend toward volleyball t-shirt design requests with a small logo of contrasting color on the right or left hip like this:
Click here to start designing a custom volleyball shirt with this template.
And don't forget to make volleyball tshirts for the parents and team fans:
Check out some design ideas for Custom sweatpants for a dance or cheer team ...made from the design studio at DesignAShirt.com. Some ideas to consider:
1. The text needs to be either very dark against a light background...or reverse.
2. Don't be afraid to be a little cheeky when coming up with your custom design for sweatpants:
3. Try a funky prison/institutional design for emphasis:
4. Try matching custom hoodie or tank top with your outfit....
5. Use some cute motifs with colors that really make the design pop....
6. Try lettering or motifs on the legs.
One of them is Michelle, who makes creative t-shirts for her site: IntentionLove.com. Here's an interview with
What was the inspiration for starting your business?
The inspiration for starting my business began with love. True love starts from the inside and expands out. I wanted to remind myself of this every day. I hand embroidered my first LOVE t-shirt. Friends asked me where I bought it which lead me to making t-shirts for them. When the website www.IntentionLove.com was created making each t-shirt by hand was taking too much time so I turned to DesignAShirt.com for help. Screen printing allows for fun and creative ideas to flow and to produce high quality t-shirts.
What have you learned about t-shirt designs during your journey as a t-shirt designer?
Inspiration for the designs come from the desire to express life from a place of love verses fear. Events occur that inspire a design or just a thought about a statement that expresses love. I was sitting around a table with my sisters when we came up with the men’s t-shirt that states, “Get Your Love On.” I think this might be my favorite t-shirt. The organic cotton, perfect blue t-shirt looks amazing on the guys.
All of the t-shirts are organic cotton. I have looked high and low for t-shirts that have style and wear well. I love what I do. I receive amazing feedback on the t-shirts and always look forward to the next design. Currently www.IntentionLove.com is small but slowly t-shirts are added.
So, I encourage everyone to check back regularly and to like our FB page www.facebook.com/intendlove. On both the website and FB page people will receive updates for the latest styles as well as inspiring quotes and stories for everyday life.
The following is an email that John, the owner of DesignAShirt.com, sent to all of his friends and family. John and his family attended the 2011 Walk Now for Autism Speaks in October, and raised more than $1,100. DesignAShirt.com is continuing its efforts to raise money for Autism research -- and welcomes donations of $20 and used cell phones for this cause. See the links below to learn how to get involved.
Dear Friends and Family,
Can you imagine hearing the words "your child has autism"? In a split second, life - as you know it - has changed. Every 20 minutes, a family is diagnosed and tomorrow will never be the same.
For my friends, Neil and Lynn Balter, that life changing second occurred in 2005 when their son, Jack, was diagnosed with autism. Since Jack's diagnosis, Neil and Lynn have been passionate about unlocking the mystery of this disorder and stopping it in its tracks. While the genie is out of the bottle for Jack, Neil and Lynn hope that through research and technology, our grandchildren will not even have to think about autism. For this reason, the Balter's have stepped up to chair the 2011 Arizona Walk Now for Autism Speaks event.
Click the following link to take a look at this short video from the Balter's' 8 year old twins: (The iBrianna Show: Guest starring Jack Balter! <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CIXFkxQqjKs> )
Please join me in my effort to support Walk Now for Autism Speaks! Because I believe in this cause, I am asking each of my friends and family to donate just $20 to the 2011 Walk Now for Autism Speaks and then forward this blog entry on to all of their contacts. My goal is to have 50 people donate $20 each.
By participating in this event, you are helping to change the future for all who struggle with autism; you are getting us one step closer to finding the cause, prevention, treatment, and cure for autism so that no family ever hears those words again.
Donating is simple. Just follow the link below to my personal webpage and donate online. If everyone donates just $20, we can make a dramatic impact on those affected by autism and help change the future for our grandchildren. Your donation is tax deductible.
Please click the following link to view my web page and make a donation:
Did you know:
. Autism now affects 1 in 110 children (1 in 70 boys)
. More children will be diagnosed with autism this year than with AIDS, diabetes & cancer combined
. Autism is the fastest-growing serious developmental disability in the U.S.
. Autism receives less than 5% of the research funding of many less prevalent childhood diseases
. There is no medical detection or cure for autism
Thank you for supporting this great cause! I don't just give my money to this, as a family the Anton's actually volunteer our time to help make the Autism Walk a success.
This is a huge deal, watching what my friends Lynn and Neil have gone through to make Jack's life better has been an inspiration and I am not sure that I could have remained so incredibly focused and positive through all of it.
My hat is off to them and I hope you will consider making a $20 donation.
Or, if you have a used cell telephone, please drop it off at our offices. It will be recycled and the monies will be collected for autism. Our address is:
905 North Scottsdale Road, Tempe, AZ (800) 594-1206