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Crazy Dog T-Shirts

When we're hanging out in the great outdoors or in the backyard, we rarely wear anything but jeans and t-shirts.  Honestly, my kids and my husband pretty much only wear jeans and t-shirts.  Have you heard of Crazy Dog T-Shirts?  If you want to laugh, you really need to check out their Funny T-Shirts

Crazy Dog T-Shirts sent this uber-cool Next Life Zombie T-Shirt to try out.  I love how vibrant the colors of the screen print are, they just make the whole design stand out.  Zombies are pretty cool anyway and you can find this tee in the Zombie T-Shirt Section with a bunch of other awesome zombie designs. 

The practical side of purchasing tees from Crazy Dog T-Shirts means great value for the price and exceptional durability.  This tee has been washed a handful of times in the regular wash and has not shrunk, faded, or lost its soft feel.  They often run incredible specials too including a $6.99 t-shirt every day. Sign up for their weekly t-shirt drawing and newsletter so you don't miss anything! 

And remember, if you're looking for something to do with your old worn out tees, try our Camp Blanket TutorialThanks for stopping by!


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