Gift Guide Pick is a great website, with fantastic t-shirts and more.  Bargain hunters looking for economical, personalized gifts for friends and family will find more than 50 products priced at less than $30. can take your family name and produce an article of clothing with it, making your shirt a unique statement.  Higher education “fan” clothing is always a well received and practical gift, now take it one step further and have your name become an institution of fashion!

Check out the Ladies Grey T-shirt that I had made with my family name.


At just $18.99 it’s a fun gift that’s affordable!  The t-shirt is quality weight, and the graphic is screened on, so you don’t have to worry about it flaking off in the wash.  The shirts are true to size and maybe actually a little roomy.  I’m modeling a Ladies XS, and as you can see I’ve even got a layered look going on with another long sleeved shirt underneath it.  For your comparison I’m 4’9″ tall and about 100 lbs.

The personalization isn’t just limited to just Family Names either.  If you have someone who is proud of their car brand “Jeep” or “Ford” University are options!  New Baby arriving in the family?  How about “Maternity” or “Tater Tot” University?  There’s lots of fun ones too, like “Bald”, “Tree Hugger” and my favorite “Blogger” University!

Of course they also offer festive designs for the holidays too!

Gift Ideas are available at:  Remember to order by December 6th for ground shipping to arrive by Christmas Eve, or by December 13th for expedited shipping options.

This holiday season they are also offering a special 20% discount for my readers.  You will receive a 20% discount on ALL products on by entering the promo code “YNUHoliday20” during the checkout process until 12/31/10.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I wrote this post as part of a blog campaign by and was supplied with samples and  information through them, the review and opinions are my own.

var disqus_identifier=’D-54′;
(function() {
var dsq = document.createElement(‘script’); dsq.type = ‘text/javascript’; dsq.async = true;
dsq.src = ‘’;
(document.getElementsByTagName(‘head’)[0] || document.getElementsByTagName(‘body’)[0]).appendChild(dsq);
Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by
blog comments powered by Disqus