Teespring Sponsored Post - xoxo Rebecca

Teespring Sponsored Post

Do you have an event that you are hosting and need shirts for? Have you heard of Teespring? Teespring is an online apparel designer that lets you customize your events shirts at no cost while still making a profit on the ones you sell. This is great for any event where shirts are sold for any event.


There are basically three simple steps to create the perfect shirt you need.

1. Design the perfect tee

Use their online designer to create your perfect tee. You can upload your own art or work with a library of over 10,000 pieces of art and more than 50 fonts.

2. Set a goal (tipping point)

The next step is to set your sales goal, which is the minimum number of shirts you'll need to sell in order for the shirts to be printed!

3. Add a title and description

The final step is to choose a title and description for your campaign! This is where you can describe the tee, link to your website, or explain your cause.
I went ahead and tried it out for myself. Just playing around with the design elements and I must say, it was fast, easy, and a piece of cake to use. Here is how the process goes when creating a shirt:
As you can see, I just chose a Halloween themed shirt. You choose the style or shirt, the color and then add in your graphics and text. It was just that easy to do in a matter of just a couple of minutes. I would certainly use this for any event that I would be hosting that needed apparel sales

I actually made my own campaign and I hope you check it out. I call it "I Rock It OldSchool". If you like the shirt, please share with friends! Here is a preview of the shirt:


If you want to purchase a shirt just like this one, please click HERE to view the site! Very affordable and such a cute shirt.

*disclaimer: This was a paid sponsored post that I was compensated for. However, all opinions are my own.

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xoxo Rebecca