Very nice. I have two suggestions for both sites.
1. Take the logo or the most significant portion of the logo and convert it into an ico file and put it on the server. The browser will recognize this and use it just to the left of the URL. If you look up now, you will see the t-shirt forums logo there. That's what I mean. It adds a nice touch. You can use a site like Online ICO converter
or any other site you find to convert another type of file to ico. I found that site through Google.
2. You should look into the meta tag for keywords so you can add keywords for both sites.
--- specifically for www.brinkleyink
You are using the <title> tag like the meta keywords instead of a title tag. You currently have "brinkley ink , brinkley inc., screen printing, embroidery, t-shirts, athens al". The title is what shows up on the top of the browser window and is the default when adding to the browser favorites. I recommended changing the title to "Brinkley Ink, your source for screen printing and embroidery in Athens, Alabama". This way it has the important terms in it, but it is more human friendly when people view it.