With the holiday season approaching, we want to make sure our customers understand what method of printing they’re ordering for their customized t-shirts, and how to best use each to their advantage on future orders…
For any order we print, we use one of two methods: traditional screen-printing or digital printing. We use these two methods because each has its own strengths, and we can better work with a customer’s design when we have more tools in our toolbox.
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As 2010 comes to a close I wanted to show off some designs our Sales/Service reps have made this past year. When people find out that we work at a t-shirt company we’re always hearing “you must have some great t-shirts yourself!” That we do! Here is a quick Top 5 that I pulled together. Read more –>
Did I just hear a collective groan at the thought of family Christmas card photos? Oh, that was just me? Shoot. Here’s the thing. I’m allergic to Christmas – well, the trees anyway. But my family insists on having one each year. So our Christmas morning photo stars me playing the role of Rudolph, completely red-nosed. (Bet you’ll have no problem picking me out of the above photo!)
Our customers, on the other hand, have taken the Christmas card to a whole new level…with custom apparel. Here are some customer photos featuring holiday group shots. Enjoy! Read more –>
Everyone’s looking for that perfect gift for the holidays – to give and to receive. You know, the one that won’t get thrown in the back of the dresser or closet; the one that won’t be put away and only brought out on “special occasions” (i.e. when the gift giver is around); the one followed by the heart-breaking, slow-motion response of “oh…wow…thanks…I never would have thought to ask for this…thanks.” Well I’m here to save you this holiday. Save you from yourself and save you from your friends. Here are some great gift ideas that everyone will love to wear. Read more –>
I trick or treated right up to the very end, right to that cusp where homeowners started to worry about whether they should open the door to the 6-foot-tall Care Bear standing on their stoop. Last year, I didn’t go…but I did have fun! My friends and I banded together to re-create childhood glee with what is now an annual Halloween Block Party.
We have bobbing for apples, a great costume contest, and spook-tacular treats. So I don’t have to give up wearing costumes after all…which works out well because I don’t know where else I would wear my faux fur bunny suit…and Halloween can continue to be one of my favorite holidays.
If you’re considering a Halloween party, try your hand at branding your soiree with a scary t-shirt for your guests. I suggest using fonts from the scary section for a gothic look, and keywords like “skeleton,” “zombie,” or “ghosts” to find lots of great clipart.
Still need a costume? Check out Amanda’s upcoming post for a few quick and easy ideas.