Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Teespring.com: Fundraising Made Easier

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If there is one thing I have a million of, it's T-shirts. It's almost like an unofficial collection. I have concert tees, class of 2000 shirts, reunion shirts, spirit wear, events and campaign tees, team shirts...I have always been a bit sentimental and I just can't part with any of them. You'd think I'd stop there too, but no. There's always room for more and as luck would have it, recently I was introduced to Teespring.com

Teespring makes it easy for you to design your own t-shirts, but the best part? It's an easy way to fund-raise for school organizations, teams- you name it! What really sets Teespring apart though, is that you don't have to pre-order a set amount of shirts in different sizes without actually knowing how many you'll sell or what sizes are needed! 

First head over to Teespring.com and "launch your campaign." This will take you to an easy to navigate shirt designer where you can pick your shirt type and color, then add art to the front and/or back using their library of over 10,000 images OR upload your own art!


I thought it would be fun to make a t-shirt using a quote I came up with recently while blogging about my love of hot glue guns, check it out: teespring.com/glueglunlove.

Once the design is perfected, you set a sales goal. Your profit then changes depending on your goal and how much you choose to sell it for. Play with the numbers a bit to get the perfect combo of profit and price and you're ready to share your shirt with the world! One important thing? Your shirts don't ship until the goal is reached and when they do they go directly to the person who ordered it directly from your customized URL on TeespringAs a middle school yearbook adviser I know I will be making use of this awesome company to fund-raise to help lower book prices this year!

Want more info?
Check out this video or stop by their website at Teespring.com and get started! 




10 comments:

  1. Great Post Meg! I love your design!

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    1. Thanks! I kinda want to buy it! Prob gonna have to lower my goal though.

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  2. That is a seriously cool site! I definitely need to check it out for some fundraising I may be helping with soon. :)

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    1. Yeah I'm excited to try it for a school fundraiser! Let me know how it goes if you do!

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  3. Great job! Awesome work. Especially the G.G.!

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  4. I'm loving it! You are like me! I have a t-shirt for just everything- old dance groups, jobs hubby has worked for (like health clubs), family reunions....everything! haha! I've gotten rid of so many over the last few years because the school t-shirts can pile up rather easily! This sounds like a great find for people to promote a fundraiser!

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  5. That was very cute:)

    I have a award for you: http://www.jiaandthestars.com/lifestyle/nominated-liebster-award/

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  6. This would be really cool for a sports team. I need to keep it in mind for the girls soccer team next fall!

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  7. Nice designs!Crowdfunding has now become an effective and reliable way of raising funds that a lot of people who are in need are benefiting from it. You can also check http://www.plumfund.com/ and learn more about the benefits of crowdfunding.

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