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Recently, I wrote about the cool customised gift website called Printcious and how easy it is to shop for custom made mugs, tshirts, pillows, puzzles and more. Well, I decided to buy 4 T-shirts for John and just received them recently.

The T-shirt was couriered by Skynet after a couple of days making payment using credit card. Payment can also be made by bank transfer.

I decided to just buy Tshirts this time for John’s CNY clothes, so now his shopping is ‘kautim’ done already. His usual sizing is M (Medium) so the Tshirts from Printcious are true to size, fits as it should. Also Tshirts are priced from RM29 onwards, but I decided to print the logo at the back as that will take RM5 off each shirt price.

Every shirt is packed nicely in a clear plastic with a paper detailing how to wash them correctly. It says to wash them inside out, maybe so the printing won’t come off? To avoid using bleach and tumble dry or dry cleaning. I think it is quite standard practice for washing any clothes.

This is the tag of the tshirt, made in Bangladesh and the material is actually quite good. Well, it needs to be worn and washed a few times to know how good the real quality is too, but for the first look, I’ll say it looks good.


Modeled by John MTB Rider of

So I forced John into modeling the shirts, well since they are for him anyways. Now he has a lot of profile pics he can use. I love this design of the musical instruments the most, since Jordan really loves it. Too bad there is no sizing for little kids.


John doesn’t have any pink shirts so let’s get this one, Think Positive, why not?


He chose this design I can and I will by himself, and it’s not meant to be a boastful verse, but it’s meant to be for sportmen, a motivation to push on when you are tired.

So if you’re looking for a gift, try Printcious, one of a kind design you can’t get elsewhere and you can also upload your own design to make your own gifts.

For more info or make orders at Shipping is free with orders over RM75, else a min RM10applies. I will be making some T-shirts later and writing more in this blog about that.