Show & Tell: More freaking shirts

by Lori Lavender Luz on October 7, 2009

in Show & Tell

For some gals, it’s shoes. For others, booze and drugs.

For me, apparently, my addiction is customized shirts.

I’d used CafePress previously, but someone on Twitter recently turned me on to Spreadshirt, which is MUCH easier to use.

So I designed these. And I *love* walking around in mine.

Admittedly, my market is small: people who (a) practice yoga; and (b) read this blog.

Which is, basically, me. And my sisters. And maybe one or two of you, who probably don’t need a new shirt anyway.

So why am I showing and telling this? Because you can make your own,* too. There are hundreds of types of shirts — men’s women’s, children’s — full range of sizes, designs galore for whatever floats your boat, and the ability to upload your own designs.

Something to think about for ALI2010 and BlogHer10. Or Christmas presents.

Or just for be-bopping around.

See what my classmates are showing and telling over at Mel’s Show & Tell. And show something yourself — everyone is welcome.

* Disclosure: If you click on the link to design your own shirt and you end up purchasing something, Spreadshirts will pay me a small finder’s fee. Take that, FTC.

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PFM April 7, 2010 at 4:59 am

I love your shirts. Thanks for the tip. I need to make some more of my shirts.

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PFM April 7, 2010 at 4:59 am

I love your shirts. Thanks for the tip. I need to make some more of my shirts.

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Jamie April 7, 2010 at 5:00 am

Very cool! If it weren’t for t-shirts, my closet would be bare . . .

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Jamie April 7, 2010 at 5:00 am

Very cool! If it weren’t for t-shirts, my closet would be bare . . .

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