Decoration Methods

Whether it's a single-color screen print on a t-shirt or a full-wrap imprint on a water bottle, we ensure the decoration method perfectly complements your artwork.

Screen Printing

Screen printing, also known as silk screening is a printing technique where a mesh screen is used to transfer ink onto an object. A stencil is created on the screen, and ink is pushed through the mesh openings using a squeegee. This method is the most commonly used for printing on T-shirts, as the colors remain bright for a long time.

Screen Printed Items

Embroidery

Embroidery is a technique that involves stitching designs onto fabric using a needle and thread. This method creates detailed and durable patterns, making it popular for customizing apparel like hats, jackets, and shirts.

Embroidered Items

Sublimation

Sublimation is a printing process where heat is used to transfer dye onto materials like fabric, metal, or ceramic. The dye turns into a gas without becoming liquid, bonding with the material to create vibrant, long-lasting designs. This technique is commonly used for producing high-quality, full-color prints on items such as t-shirts, mugs, and phone cases.

Sublimated Items

Deboss

Deboss is the decoration of a product through the use of a magnesium die. The artwork is pressed onto the material surface utilizing heat and pressure.

Embossed/Debossed Items

DTF - Direct to Film

DTF (Direct-to-Film) printing is a process where designs are printed onto a special film and then transferred to fabric using heat and pressure. This method allows for high-quality, detailed prints on various fabrics and is particularly effective for producing vibrant, durable designs. DTF printing is popular for customizing garments like t-shirts, hoodies, and tote bags.

DTF Items

Patches

Patches are a trending way to decorate clothing. they are available in woven, embroidered, leather, sumlimated and pvc plastic.

Patches

Woven Labels

Woven labels are a great addition to any apparel item, they can be applied to caps, sweaters, t-shirts etc.

Button label

Heat Transfer Print

Heat transfer printing is a technique where a design is printed onto a special transfer paper and then applied to a material, like fabric, using heat and pressure. The heat activates the adhesive on the transfer paper, bonding the design to the fabric. This method is widely used for creating custom apparel, such as t-shirts and hats, and is known for its ability to produce vibrant, detailed prints.

Decorating with a heat transfer is ideal for complex artwork or photographs.

Heat Transfer items

Pad Printing

Pad printing begins with the artwork being etched onto a base plate. The etched area of the base plate is filled with ink.

Next, a flexible silicone pad is pressed onto the base plate, and the inked artwork transfers onto the pad. Finally, the pad is pressed onto the material being printed. 

Pad Printed Items

Laser Engraving

Laser engraving is a process that uses a laser beam to etch designs, text, or images onto the surface of materials such as wood, metal, glass, or plastic. The laser removes a precise amount of material to create a permanent, high-quality mark. This method is popular for customizing items like trophies, drink ware and personalization.

Laser Etched Items