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Design Your Own Custom T Shirt With WhoopTee + Giveaway

As a blogger I am always looking for fun ways to help promote my blog. With the rules getting tighter and tighter these days on how you can obtain fans it is really important that the people who are here are here for my content and not as a reward. Recently I was given the chance to do a really fun review for a company called WhoopTee.com and was given a chance to produce my own creative marketing tool!

  As you can see that fun thing was a shirt, I spent some times thinking and wanted something fun that could be worn at any time without looking like a walking billboard, catchy yet not tacky. This wasn't my first experience with t shirt design, but their design tool was super easy to use for me I could add and remove and add again as many things as I wanted till I got what I felt like was the perfect shirt for my blog! First I started with the product, there was so many actual products I could chose from, from hoodies to dog apparel the options seemed endless. I just went with your basic t-shirt though because, well I am a t-shirt kinda girl. Next was the color, It was so cool because there was over 30 options to chose from for my color, now I did go back and forth on this a bit because well as I changed my design different colors fit best.lol With hundred of image options I ended up with a product that I have been very happy with, but you can also upload your own design if you want to take the custom-ability to a whole new level.
When your 10 year old takes your picture you lose part of your head ;)
 When the shirt arrived of course I had to throw it on right away, I was surprised how soft the shirt was. It wasn't one of those really heavy shirts which is great because it is SO HOT HERE! My experience with WhoopTee has been great and I would highly recommend them if you are looking away to promote your business or maybe just make your next event more fun. The people at WhoopTee have offered 3 custom t shirts to give away to my great readers(same design as mine) so please make sure to enter on the Rafflecopter below and GOOD LUCK!
To learn more about WhoopTee and see all the great things they have going please check out their social media sites:
Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/whoopteetv
*I received the above mentioned product in order to help facilitate this review. regardless all views expressed are those of my own and were in no way influenced*
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The fact that I can relate to it. It covers a lot of things that are of interest to me personally and I feel like I know the author which is nice.
Tricia said…
I love the different things the author talks about. I enjoy reading the blog daily to see what is new.
Live Laugh Love said…
I like your blog a lot it's my first time stopping by actually & I love that your giveaways are simple & easy. Thanks
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I am pretty new to this blog but I love the giveaways and the ease of moving around some blogs have too much clutter I also love the fact that you responded to my email so quickly
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i love the simplicity of your page and how nice to be able to read articles reviews etc without getting lost

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