Let Your Kids Make Their Own Christmas Presents

Parents, your kids love you. There's no two ways about that. Chances are the most generous of your young ones insist on getting Christmas presents for you or others every year. You know what that means: mommy, can I buy this? Or worse: those ripoff gift caravans at school that get your kids to drop $5 on a keychain or pencil. If you're going to end up paying for a gift either way, why not point your kids in the direction of a gift that allows them to flex their creativity AND is something you can actually use. Simply sit them down on WhoopTee.com and let them design a custom t-shirt Christmas present for anyone on their list. 

 

Back in the day, kids made ash trays, macaroni pictures, and coffee cups for their parents. This is 2016, we're in the heart of the digital age! It's never too early to get your kids started on technology, to get them used to the every changing tech landscape and prepare them for jobs that don't even exist yet. You also should take any opportunity to nurture their creativity. Designing a custom t-shirt online with WhoopTee serves both of those goals.

 

Our designer tool is user friendly. Your child will have no problem creating a on-of-a-kind gift for you. They have a wide variety of clip art at their disposal, as well as plenty of fun fonts and colors to play with. If you're looking to keep the cost down, consider limiting them to a black and white t-shirt. You don't have to worry about ordering an entire case of shirts, either. WhoopTee has several options that don't require a minimum order. You also don't have to worry about your kid's design once you place the order: our customer service staff eyeballs every design submitted to make sure there are no issues before we print them. 

 

Designing shirts can also be a great family activity that you and your kids can do together. That's a lot less messy than a gingerbread house, is it not> granted you can't eat your shirts, but you can wear them over, and over, and over again.

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