After you submit your order, our design team gets to work fast! They spend a meticulous amount of time creating the best high-res digital mock up for your approval. The custom screen printed t shirt mock up includes all the finite details, so you will know exactly what your shirt will look like once it’s printed. Here are 5 steps you don't want to miss when prepping your t-shirt design files to send to our team.
Let's imagine you’ve had an idea brewing in your mind about starting a clothing line. You’ve come up with a fun company name and maybe even started sketching out some design ideas. It can be easy to sell t-shirts online, but it’s important to set yourself up for success so you can make money doing so. Here are a few pointers that will send you in the right direction.
There are a lot of decisions that go into building the best shirt: what shirt style to use, what colors to pick, the print results to expect, how many shirts to order and the list can go on. Ordering t-shirts online can feel tricky when you can't physically try on, see or feel each t-shirt. So, we decided to put together a list of 8 pro tips that will hopefully help prepare you prior to your next order and make it a much more delightful experience.
Lets face it, it can seem expensive to pay for custom printed t-shirts. However, it’s even more expensive to pay for shirts that no one is going to wear. Unfortunately, most custom shirts don’t get the love they deserve, but if you just made one decision differently, that could all change.
Want to stand out? Include custom printed labels in your next t-shirt design! They are a great way to go the extra mile for your customers, clients and fans. Here's some information that you need to know in order to create the best custom printed tags. Plus, we've included 10 examples of custom printed tags to pull inspiration from.
Negative space in design, is the space that surrounds certain elements of the object. The negative space draws attention to the positive space, or the design elements, of the subject. Here’s why using negative space in design is so effective:
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