- Blank Tee Brand: Bella + Canvas 3001
- Tee Color: Ash
- Design: Direct-to-Garment Printing
- 99% Combed and Ring-Spun Cotton, 1% Polyester
- Shoulder-to-Shoulder Taping
- Cover Stitched and Hemmed Sleeves
- Fabric Weight 4.2oz
Don’t see your size in this product? We recommend checking out our options via our ‘Style Upgrades‘ section where we can offer a wider range of styles & sizes in limited color options. This shirt is our “Boyfriend Tee” style.
In celebration of the season, 50% of the profits of each Christmas shirt will be donated to the Pajama Program. Every $10 donated gives a child in need one pair of pajamas and one book – creating a cozy bedtime ritual when they may be feeling scared or in need of hope and encouragement.
Holiday Shipping Deadlines
To give your item the highest chance of arriving by December 25th please adhere to the holiday deadlines. Please note we HIGHLY recommend planning ahead and shopping early (especially if you’re international) due to anticipated delays during the shipping process.
|Country||Holiday Deadline – Made-to-Order Items||Holiday Deadline – In-Stock Limited Edition Items|
|United States||December 8th||December 14th|
|Canada||November 28th||December 4th|
|Australia & New Zealand||November 24th||December 4th|
From A Court of Thorns and Roses, by Sarah J. Maas, © 2015. Artwork by Blissfully Bookish Company LLC. Created with permission of Writers House LLC acting as agent for the author.
Care Instructions for Printed ItemsWith the proper care, your new shirt can last for many years! Just please keep in mind that the original manufacturer’s care instructions found on the inside of the tee don’t take into consideration the printing process. Printed apparel can be machine-washed cold, inside-out on a gentle cycle with a mild detergent and like colors. Use non-chlorine bleach only when necessary. You shouldn’t use any fabric softeners or dry-clean the items.
We recommend hanging your new shirt to dry or laying it flat to dry. If you choose to use a dryer, please dry inside out on the lowest setting as continued exposure to heat can degrade the print.