It’s a requirement of Briggs & Al’s Run that you have to have at least ten members before you can submit a custom design, which they will print on the backs of the adult shirts.
We only have seven people on our team this year, but we weren’t about to let that stop us from putting a custom design on the backs of our shirts. My mom got some printable iron-on paper, so Jessica, Namine, and I made our own.
Namine came up with the slogan and picked the font, and I drew the art. (Namine has become enamored lately with the idea of cursive fonts.)
Jessica did the ironing after I printed the sheets. In retrospect, I probably should have made the drawing’s lines thicker, but all told, we think they turned out really well.