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Where can I find reasonably priced, blank doggie tees or tanks, or where I can make cheap custom dog

Kara FoleyKara Foley Riverside, RIPosts: 1Member
I am helping with a political campaign and we want to make doggie tees to support our candidate! Please Help!

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  • Susan yearightSusan yearight Posts: 368Member
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    Sometimes sign painters also do tee shirt silk screening. I'm sure there are a few local ones in your area. I am a personal friend of one who used to do it and he comes up with some great ideas for design etc. It's worth a try. Best of luck to you
  • Amber MarshallAmber Marshall Posts: 814Member
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    You can try www.cafepress.com They let you design your own stuff and used to be pretty reasonably priced but, Mom said she hasn't been on there in a while so doesn't know about their prices anymore. It couldn't hurt to check it out though! Hope you find what your looking for!
  • Jennifer CaldwellJennifer Caldwell Posts: 1,686Member
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    You can also buy blank doggie shirts at Hobby Lobby stores, or online from their supplier, Crafts Etc. The website is: http://www.craftsetc.com/store/search.aspx?searchTerm=dog+shirt But you might want to go to the store to look at them and get an idea of what the size is. You can buy iron-on transfers that you can print in your computer from an office supply store. I also like the idea of checking with a local screen printer - if the campaign has already worked with one to make human t-shirts, they might be able to just scale down the size for the dog shirts and not have to charge you another setup fee. One in our town prints human t-shirts for $8-$10 each - I can't imagine a dog shirt would cost much more, especially if they're using the same design. They do sell personal screen printers now at craft stores, but at ~$300, that's a little expensive for one project. Good Luck!
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