We'll get to ordering info in a moment, but first, check out the look in these unisex t-shirt mockups, followed by a full view of the Orlando Informer graphics:
HOW TO ORDER - standard t-shirts
Thanks to the generosity and resourcefulness of FandomMama, we have a simple order form for you to complete. Once you've done so, an invoice will be sent to you in one business day for payment, and any major credit card will work. As soon as payment is received, orders ship within three business days.
Click here to open the order form, which includes details about ordering, shipping, and getting your name included on your shirt. Note: don't forget to include an email address on the form - that's how we contact you!
For examples of the colors that can be ordered and the customization we're offering, see the images at the top of this post.
If you have questions about an order that's already been mailed, please send a private message to FandomMama.
Finally, as you might suspect with this sort of small t-shirt operation, all sales are final. (Also, for what it's worth, our site isn't making anything from these sales, which is perfectly fine - I much rather have lower costs for you than make money from t-shirts.)
HOW TO ORDER - custom t-shirts
If you'd like to create and order a t-shirt immediately with the new design, you're welcome to download the original, full-resolution files. Right-click on these links to save...
Icon (most likely to be used on the front of a shirt): https://dl.dropboxus...n-full-1500.png
Logo (if used by itself, probably for the front - if used with the icon, probably for the back): https://dl.dropboxus...rt-embossed.png
Reminder: don't use the actual images that appear at the top of this post - those are low resolution files. Use the PNG links to download the artwork.
One option I've used myself and recommend is CustomInk.com. The downside is that they only ship to the U.S. and Canada, so if you live elsewhere, you'll have to find a different site (scroll through this thread or reply for recommendations).
Also, keep in mind that, if you order one shirt, it will likely cost between $25 and $30 with shipping. That's just the nature of ordering a single custom t-shirt.
Finally, if you decide to go with CustomInk.com, do note that you can change the t-shirt style by clicking the "Swap item" link in the design lab. Then, for single-item orders, you need to choose from the second-to-last category (no minimum), as seen here:
If you go ahead with your own order, be sure to let us know how it turns out!
As always, thanks for your support
Edited by Dan Hatfield, 22 July 2014 - 05:40 AM.