Heather and Heather make gifts together.

Heather and Heather make gifts together.

Whether you’ve lost your shirt, or just want to make a statement with what your wearing you’ll find the custom gift, shirt or jacket that you’ve always wanted at Heather & Heather’s new location on K-Beach Rd where the pet store use to be. The partnership of “BFF’s” Heather Lawson and Heather Dukowitz, Heather & Heather can make original graphic designs in house, “Screen printing is the main part of our business and if you don’t need 100 shirts for your great idea, we can make it happen in whatever quantity you like,” says graphic designer Heather Dukowitz, “or maybe you just have the perfect photo, phrase or scripture for yourself or someone you know. Want that on coffee mug, or maybe a metal photo panel, or even a mousepad? Using sublimation we can do that for you too. With sublimation we can also create full color award plaques,” she said.

Heather & Heather also have their own line of clothing known as Living H2O, “Our product is a brand of clothing that helps people share their faith. It’s all good. That’s where we began, five years ago when my best friend, Heather Lawson returned from a trip to Oregon with a new hoody, across the back of the hoody were the words ‘It’s All Good!’ Her motto. One of her favorite phrases and answers to everything. This is where I came in, it’s not enough that the hoody says it’s All Good, she wanted a hoody that says It’s All Good and that Jesus is why. So she asked me if I could design one. So we sat down to design a shirt. The more we worked on it, the more ideas we had for shirts that would allow us to share our faith. This is when we went from the idea of having someone put our design on a shirt to making our own. You know what we discovered? We love screen printing! We love that we are continually learning new techniques for design, printing and decorating apparel and products. Most of all, we love that while we create our Christian apparel we can also serve our community. Whether you need a shirt, an award plaque or just want a place to sit down and have a cup of coffee…let us serve you,” explained Dukowitz.

Top celebrate their new location though the rest of the year if you bring in their card or this article you’ll get $5.00 off any printed H2O apparel, 20% off in stock blank apparel and $10.00 off 1-color, 1 location custom shirt. Just be sure to ask for Heather. Call 262-1025 or visit their website at of course www.heatherandheather.net.

Heather and Heather make gifts together.
Heather and Heather make gifts together.

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