Teespring allows you to create & sell custom apparel withZERO Hassle, ZERO upfront costs, and ZERO risk.
Teespring is the best way to design and sell custom apparel online. You design a product and sell it. The sales money pays for the production of your design and we ship it to all of your buyers. When you use Teespring you don't have to pay a dollar upfront, guess how many shirts you'll need, or have to chase anyone down for cash.
It only takes a couple of minutes to launch a campaign and start selling awesome merchandise on Teespring.
Use our online designer to create your perfect item. You can upload your own design or work with our library of over 10,000 pieces of clip art and more than 50 fonts.
Decide the number of shirts you plan on selling. This is the minimum you need to sell for the shirts to be printed.
This is where you can describe the tee, link to your website, or explain your cause.
Share your campaign page with supporters and collect pre-orders towards your goal. There is no risk for a buyer to pre-order: they will only be charged if the goal is reached.
You can continue to sell shirts past your goal until your campaign ends. Once it does, we handle printing & shipping and you get a check for the profit!
In memory of the Granite Mountain Hotshots
Crew who lost their lives on June 30th, 2013, Arizona firefighters launched a campaign to raise money for the Wildland Firefighter Foundation. The shirt quickly went viral among firefighter communities and other supporters across the country.
28,000 shirts sold
3,800 shirts sold
With the help of a friend, Shelley Russel and her husband Chris designed their “Love makes a Family” t-shirts to raise money to adopt a child. The campaign was promoted on Shelley's blog and reached its goal within 12 hours of launching. Because of the success, Chris and Shelley later relaunched the same campaign and gathered an additional 75 sales.
219 shirts sold
A Facebook page dedicated to Engineers and Engineering students put together a campaign to create their own custom apparel. A member of the community created the design and it is now worn by thousands of its followers.
2,500 shirts sold
After the 2013 Boston Marathon attack, a Facebook fanpage for Boston launched a campaign to raise money for The One Fund Boston. The campaign was shared across Facebook and other social media for two weeks gathering tremendous support and inspiring others to launch campaigns for the same cause.
6,300 shirts sold
On May 31, 2013 an air ambulance helicopter went down in northern Ontairo, Canada, killing 2 pilots and 2 paramedics. A co-worker of paramedics set up a campaign to raise money for the families of those affected. In just 9 days it rallied thousands of supporters across paramedics communities.
6,900 shirts sold