Custom Ugly Sweaters with a Thanksgiving Theme

Custom Ugly Sweaters with a Thanksgiving Theme

September 30, 2016

Thanksgiving themed custom ugly sweaters are great for marketing campaigns around the Thanksgiving period. Here are a few things to keep in mind if you're opting for a Thanksgiving theme:

1. Incorporate a Turkey

The one thing that will give that instant Thanksgiving vibe is a turkey on the sweater. If you want to just use a turkey and no other symbols, then you can opt for a large turkey design on the front and middle of the sweater or opt for a turkey body (and leave it below the neckline so that when the sweater is worn the head will act as turkey's head).

2. Corn

For a more subtle touch of Thanksgiving , the use of corn is great. The corn can be in bands or lines on the sweater or corn on the sleeves.

3. Pumpkin

You can choose the color of pumpkin for the actual solid color of the custom ugly christmas sweater or a large pumpkin on the front. If you're opting for a large pumpkin on the front, then a good idea for the sweater color is black as the pumpkin itself will really stand out. Another option is to incorporate mini pumpkins.

The three above symbols are mainly used for the Thanksgiving sweater. They can be used individually or together and can also be used with other designs that are non Thanksgiving related but related to the marketing campaign.

 This article was co-authored by Ross Culliton. Ross is the founder of Roody Originals, creators of original custom sweaters for brands

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