SOURCE: CafePress


November 23, 2010 11:38 ET

Just for Baby: CafePress Introduces Customizable Kids T-Shirts and Gifts

New Line of Baby Wear Proves We're Never Too Young for Self-Expression

SAN MATEO, CA--(Marketwire - November 23, 2010) - Future rocket scientist. Musician in training. Proud parents can declare their aspirations for their little ones, or help baby express his or her individuality, with new personalized baby gear from CafePress, the online source for custom-printed merchandise.

The new product line of baby gifts includes shirts, baby bodysuits, bibs, blankets and hats, which are available in the classic baby colors -- pink, blue, green, white and yellow -- in sizes from newborn through 24 months.

Personalizing baby gifts is easy and quick: first, the shopper selects a clothing item and color. Then, using the CafePress online designer, the shopper can create a one-of-a-kind design by uploading a favorite image and/or text. There's also a library of pre-loaded graphics, logos and shapes that can be added for free. 

Pricing for these new baby gifts ranges from $10 for a custom infant T-shirt to $24.50 for a personalized baby blanket

CafePress also offers customizable clothing for older children and adults so the whole family can sport the same or one-of-a-kind designs. For more information, visit

About CafePress

CafePress is the world's biggest destination for self-expression through merchandise. Each month over 11 million shoppers visit CafePress to buy or create custom t-shirts, mugs, posters and other unique gifts that reflect their interests, passions, beliefs and affiliations. Launched in 1999, CafePress has empowered individuals, non-profits and businesses to create, buy and sell customized merchandise online using the company's unique print-on-demand and e-commerce services. Today, CafePress is a growing network of over 6.5 million members who have unleashed their creativity to transform their artwork and ideas into an impressive catalog of over 250 million unique gifts.

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