When it comes to decorating apparel, numerous options are available today, and the accessibility of newer processes is continuing to grow. Some styles work well for large-run orders, while others work well for smaller quantities. Getting a full-color, personalized image printed on a shirt today is a lot easier and less expensive than in the past. But with all the different types of applications to choose from, how do you know which process is the right one to get your desired result?
Explore the many options we have available for garment decorations.
The industry standard! Screen printing is often preferred over other processes such as dye sublimation or inkjet printing because of its low cost and ability to print on many types of media. Best for large runs.
Dye sublimation is THE process for printing on all things polyester. That’s because the gaseous state of the ink results in a completely washable, smooth image that’s fully embedded into the material. Plus, the quality is high resolution consisting of vivid, vibrant colors. Best image quality but limited to polyester fabric only.
Heat transfer vinyl, or HTV for short, is a specialty vinyl that can be used on certain fabrics and materials to create designs and promotional products. It comes in a roll with an adhesive backing so it can be cut, weeded, and placed on a substrate for heat application. Heat transfer vinyl is made in single colors and also has special options such as patterned, glitter, flocked, holographic, glow-in-the-dark, reflective and 3D puff. Different colors and types of HTV can be combined together to create your next masterpiece. Best for small runs.
Embroidery brings a depth and dimension to your logo that is impossible to achieve in printing. Upon viewing your embroidered logo for the first time, we hope you'll be amazed by the beauty and luster of the different color threads, and genuinely impressed with how the light reflects your logo's details.
Add a bit of sparkle to your next garment design with custom rhinestones, rhinestuds, or nail heads. Good for small runs or one of a kind creations.