Only 12 hours left for $12 tees, tanks and burnouts

Our biggest $12 Flash Sale ends at Midnight tonight. Hop on over to StoryvilleApparel.com to get your online-only $12 items before the sale ends. Please allow two weeks for us to ship you your Flash Sale order.

Biggest. Flash. Sale. Ever.

Click here to see 26 different adult items for only $12. This is our biggest Flash Sale to date, and it includes adult unisex crew tees, female v-neck tees, female burnout tank tops and unisex tanks. The online-only sale runs through this Friday (April 18) at Midnight. Please allow two weeks for your Flash Sale order to ship.

And the winner of “Let the Music Move You” is…

She did it again. Congratulations to Ali Becnel Solino, who won her second Storyville tee shirt design contest in a row with her fun “Let’s Get Festive” design. She also won our last contest, “Erin Geaux Bragh,” for her St. Patrick’s Day themed “Irish Roses.” This is Ali’s third grand-prize win.

Coming in second was a Facebook fan favorite, “NOLA Live Band” by Storyville all-star Brian Cvejanovich. This is Brian’s fifteenth Top 5 finish. Y’all loved this design on Facebook (and we love it, too!).

Third place goes to Storyville design contest newcomer Kristy Oustaletfor her entirely hand-drawn “Follow Me to the Fest.” We are super-impressed with her talent, and think that a version of this design would look really good on a tank top. We hope to see more of Kristy’s designs in the future.

Sam Varela won fourth place for another Facebook fan favorite, “Trumpet Fleur de Lis,” and fifth place goes to the always impressive Valerie Strecker for “Bass of the Mississippi.” This is Sam’s third and Valerie’s sixth Top 5 finish.

Honorable Mention goes to Taryn Pusateri, who brought back that adorable little bird for “Street Music.” This is Taryn’s second Honorable Mention, but she has also been in the Top 5 twice. Taryn designed all of the iterations of our “Nola Love” tees.

Did you feel the warm sun on your face today after the clouds moved out? Get ready: summer is almost here. It’s time to Spring into Summer. Give us your best, most creative summer-themed designs. These designs can have anything to do with summer: sun, water, heat, oppressive humidity. You probably have seen the winning design from our last summer-themed contest — the ever-popular “Nola Seasons” by Lauren Alsop. “Spring into Summer” runs from April 21 through May 4. The winner will be announced May 9. Need inspiration? You can check out our last summer-themed contest, “Summer Lovin,” here. Good luck!!

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Next 3 Design Contest Posters Revealed

And the winner of Erin Geaux Bragh is…

Well, one designer got “lucky” in our St. Patrick’s Day contest, “Erin Geaux Bragh.” Congratulations to Ali Becnel Solino, who designed the fun “Irish Roses.” We are also going to work with Ali to create an Italian version of this same tee for all of you proud Italians out there. This is Ali’s second win, having previously won our “The Mighty Mighty BR” contest with her “Baton Rouge Saturday Night” design.

Coming in second was the super-cute  “NOLA Fence” by Taryn Pusateri. You guys adored this design on Facebook. Taryn has been in the Top 5 once before, and was Honorable Mention in our last contest, “Carnival 2014.”

Third place goes to Laci Roth for another fan favorite, “Fleur de Lis au Gratin.” We think that this simple design would translate really well on a tee shirt. This makes Laci’s tenth Top 5 Finish.

Cindy Strecker and Valerie Strecker won fourth place for their creative combo design “Sham de Lis,” and fifth place goes to Phil Trammel for “Southern Gaelic.” This is Valerie’s fifth, Cindy’s first, and Phil’s second Top 5 finish.

Honorable Mention goes to Christy Gonzalez for “Fleur de Luck.” This is Christy’s fourth Honorable Mention, but she has also been in the Top 5 seven times. She was the winner of our last contest, “Carnival 2014.”

It’s almost Festival season, y’all! It’s time to Let the Music Move You. Give us your best, most creative music-themed designs. These designs can have anything to do with music, but please, don’t use the images of specific musicians. “Let the Music Move You” runs from March 17 through March 30. The winner will be announced April 4. Need inspiration? You can check out last year’s “Feel Good Music” contest here, and our very first contest, “Musicality,” right here. Good luck!!

The Next 3 Design Contests

Here’s the road ahead for upcoming Storyville tee shirt design contests. As always, enter your design at storyvilleapparel.com/contest.

$12 St. Patrick’s Day Flash Sale. Boom.

Hurry and get your $12 tees before the Storyville Flash Sale ends.

Hurry and get your $12 tees before the Flash Sale ends.

Liked our $12 Mardi Gras Flash Sale? You’re going to love our St. Patrick’s Day Flash Sale, which is live right now and runs through Monday, February 24 at Midnight. Click here to see the Flash Sale. Also, submissions for our $500 “Erin Geaux Bragh” tee shirt design contest will be accepted through Sunday at Midnight. The winner of the contest will be announced on Friday, February 28, at 8 pm right here on the Storyville blog.

And the winner of Carnival 2014 is…

Our 21-month-old son woke up from his nap today a little cranky. So what did we do? We let him eat king cake.

Congratulations to Christy Gonzalez for her whimsical “A Royal Decree.” This is Christy’s first win, but her sixth Top 5 finish. She is also the 19th different winner of our 35 design contests. We celebrated today’s winner at Storyville HQ by eating little bit of king cake, I’m not gonna lie.

Coming in second was the lovely  “If Ever I Cease to Love” by contest first-timer, the talented Julia Lavigne. We hope to see more of Julia’s designs in future contests!

Third place goes to another design contest first timer, Victor  Betancourt, for the fan favorite, “Mardi Gras Food Pyramid.” Y’all loved this design on Facebook. We also hope to see more of Victor’s designs in the future.

Lindsay Black won fourth place for the downright silly “Pardi Animal,” and fifth place goes to Christy Gonzalez (again!) for “Return of Bacchasaurus.” This is Lindsay’s first and Christy’s seventh Top 5 finish.

Honorable Mention goes to Taryn Pusateri for “Do Whatcha Wanna.” This is Taryn’s first Honorable Mention, but she has also been in the Top 5 once before.

It’s not easy being green, but that’s what we need you to do for our next contest. Give us your best, most creative St. Patrick’s Day designs. “Erin Geaux Braugh” runs from Feb. 10 through Feb. 23. The winner will be announced Feb. 28. Need inspiration? You can check out last year’s “St. Patrick’s Day” contest here. Good luck and kiss me, I’m Irish!

And the winner of Oliver is…

Pop! It’s a Jackson in a Box! Laci Roth won her second first-place prize with this clever take on a Jack in the Box toy.  We loved that she incorporated both Andrew Jackson and the St. Louis Cathedral in the design. Plus, there are a whole lot of kids running around named Jackson, and I’m sure they will absolutely need this tee. Congrats, Laci!

Coming in second was the fan favorite on Facebook, “Southern Vowels” by Sam Varela.  Y’all REALLY loved this design, so we hope to bring it to Storyville shops very soon. This is Sam’s second Top 5 finish.

Third place goes to Jordan Kieff for “Drinkin’ Shirt.” This design was solid — we loved the simplicity of this design (yet actually designing something this well isn’t so simple). This is Jordan’s second Top 5 finish.

Leslie Jeannet captured both fourth and fifth place with her designs “Vroom Vroom” and “Little Dat.” This is Leslie’s third (and fourth) Top 5 finish.

Honorable Mention goes to Christy Gonzalez for “ABCs.” This is Christy’s third Honorable Mention, but she has also made the Top 5 six times.

Finally. It’s Carnival Time. We want that hot new Mardi Gras design you’ve been thinking about ever since you took your first bite of King Cake this season. We’re accepting submissions now through February 2, and the winner will be announced February 7.  Need inspiration? You can check out last year’s “Mardi Gras” contest here. Good luck and throw me something, mister!