This is a sponsored review via Sverve.com. All views are my own and I tell it like I see it.
Being a jeans and t-shirt type girl, I have always loved a pretty t-shirt for casual wear. I love how Teespring makes it o so simple to start a campaign, design my t-shirt of choice for say my ladies group with our pretty image of choice or for the kids and their “secret” club! 😉
I can see Teespring coming in handy over the holidays with designs for Halloween and especially Christmas. My thoughts are to make a custom t-shirt branded with Christmas 2013 on it.
From a business prospective you could design a t-shirt very easily and have them for sale on your facebook page, with no upfront costs and no risk.
Buyers pre-order their tees online on your campaign page, so you don’t get stuck paying the bill. Teespring handle the printing & shipping, all you do is collect the profit!
The campaigns are also perfect for fundraising and by using a t-shirt you also get the word out there with people wearing the items.
With high-quality prints Teespring only use retail-quality screen printing (no digital prints) so you get a t-shirt you can be proud of.
I love the convenience of a quick register and login with social media I already use like Google Plus and Facebook (or make a Teespring account).
A quick save also lets me come back to the design window when I get distracted by the kids.
Liking what I see!
The interface is extremely easy to use with many pre-made images to use with the choice of uploading your own. You are able to print both the front and back of the tees!
There are different types of shirts to print on as well as colors. The default is set to adult sizes but a quick email to their support and they are more than happy to setup your campaign to include Kids. I don’t know about you, but a place that offers great customer support always gets my vote.
In conclusion, Teespring allows you to crowdfund awesome custom apparel. Create & Sell Custom T-Shirts with Zero Upfront Costs. Now if you will excuse me, I’m off to make a few tees!
Take a look at these awesome samples!
A couple sold this “Love makes a family shirt” to raise money to adopt: http://teespring.com/chrisandshelleyadopt
This one included children’s and toddler’s shirts to raise money for an 11-year-old to sing in a children’s choir in Hungary: https://teespring.com/bunnygirlsings
This one raised over 85k for Boston relief: http://teespring.com/staystrongboston