35,10,0,50,1
25,600,60,0,3000,5000,25,800
90,150,1,50,12,30,50,1,70,12,1,50,1,1,1,5000
0,2,1,0,2,40,15,5,2,1,0,20,0,1
Custom Printed Mugs
Custom Printed Mugs
Custom Printed Mugs
Matching Sets
Matching Sets
Matching Sets
Bachelorette T-shirts
Bachelorette T-shirts
Bachelorette T-shirts
Matching Garments
Matching Garments
Matching Garments
Random Custom Garments
Random Custom Garments
Random Custom Garments
Satin Labels
Satin Labels
Satin Labels
Scattered Cushions
Scattered Cushions
Scattered Cushions

All about Printing Garments

Difference between:

DTG

  • Loads of colour options
  • Super fine detail
  • Best for small orders
  • Easy to customize your design

Screen Printing

  • Cost effective for large orders
  • Design can be placed virtually anywhere
  • Usually cheaper the more you order

DTG Process:

  • DTG is a fairly new method of printing.
  • The ink is safe and soaks into white garments and becomes part of the garment.
  • The art does not crack, peel or wash away over time.
  • Coloured garments are prepared with a pre-treat fluid that allows the ink to sit on top of the garment and not soak away into the fibres. This method is used for coloured garments only.
  • It cures the white ink so that colour ink can be applied onto the white ink.

Heat Transfer Vinyl: (HTV)

  • A common method to transfer an image to a garment.
  • Quick and high quality.
  • You cut the art out of heat transfer vinyl and weed out the unwanted parts.
  • A heat press is used to transfer the image onto a garment.
  • Heat transfer vinyl is available in a variety of colours and textures. (eg. glitter, flock, neon)