You asked for T-Shirts:
Readers of my books, especially those who enjoy Understanding Cemetery Symbols, keep asking me to create T-shirts using photos I take in historic graveyards. And while it’s fun creating mock up designs in Canva.com, it’s intimidating. I’ve had no idea how to actually manufacture the T shirts – until now!
[Disclosure: I’m receiving free T-shirts for including a link to CreateAShirt in this post!]
The other day I got an email from CreateAShirt.com. They offered to print out some shirts for me in exchange for linking to their site, as I just did in the previous sentence. Pretty cool, eh?
I could use your advice
Here’s where you come in! I’ve got a TON of potential T-shirt designs, but I’m not sure which one to choose. I’ve narrowed the selection down to four of my favorite “Memento Mori” designs, but I can’t quite make up my mind…
Win one of the T-Shirts!
I could really use your opinion. Which of the following designs would you want to wear on a T-shirt? After you vote using the poll below, leave a comment on this blog post. As a thank you, on 12/16/2017 I will choose three lucky people to receive one of the finished T-shirts. How fun is that?
Vote for ONE of the following designs:
Why “Memento Mori”?
As historic cemetery buffs may know, “Memento Mori” is Latin for “Remember you must die.” This grim phrase was a common epitaph back in the day! Now, it makes an interesting conversation starter. For example, you might want to wear it when you visit a friend who has a “Live, Love, Laugh” poster in their kitchen. Times certainly have changed, haven’t they?
PLACE YOUR VOTE BELOW – deadline 12/14/17:
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