Print a t-shirt

I went to to order US Postage stamps with a photo that I choose to upload: no Elvis stamps for me.


There are also sites (like that will print/frame and deliver a customer photograph to any address: a great way to send framed pictures to relatives.


Printing a photo on a t-shirt is a great gift idea too. My loving wife gave me a photo t-shirt of our daughter for Father’s day many moons ago.


We’ve tried printing our own photos on t-shirt transfer paper, but that is a rather involved process: print, iron, press, hope it’s straight, package it, put the right postage, etc.


Also, of the t-shirts we’ve made, the ones done professionally by Kinkos seem to have lasted the most launderings.


A while ago, I heard that Kinkos was bought by FedEx. So it occurred to me that I should be able to go to Kinkos web site, upload a picture and have it delivered anywhere. No fuss. No muss.


Alas, that site doesn’t seem to have this service.


So I Google for “photo print t-shirt” and found several sites like


Amazing how easy it is!

Comments (6)
  1. Rick Strahl says:

    Yeah, I’ve been using CafePress for a while for this as well. Works for small quantity promototional shirts. I still get a handful of Web Connection shirts from them from time to time to give away at trade shows.

    The main problem is that you need to order a minimum quantity with most of these so one off shirts are not an option I think.

    +++ Rick —

  2. Looks like Zazzle ( doesn’t have that limitation, if I’m reading properly.

  3. Mauritius says:

    Great info , thx lots

  4. It takes a lot of work to create the blog posts and code samples that I put in my blog, and I was curious

  5. billc1 says:

    I have 5 grand-kids, a photo of them on a t-shirt sounds like a cool idea.


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