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The art or process of forming decorative designs with machine needlework and color threads. Embroidery is best used for thicker fabrics like cotton, canvas and denim.

screen printing

The technique where a mesh is used to transfer ink or dye onto a textile through a stenciled design. Screen printing is best used for soft apparel and accessories made of poly and cotton or thicker fabrics like canvas and denim.


These can be embroidered, chenille or leather. Patches are made and then subsequently sewn onto products. Patches are best used for a unique, craft, collegiate or outdoor look.

sewn tags

Custom woven tags are made of comfortable durable fabrics to make your products look custom to your brand. Sewn tags are best used for woven labels for your retail ready products. These can be sewn on the interior or exterior of your products.

embossing / debossing

Embossing involves creating a three-dimensional raised-up image or design, while debossed materials have the required design pressed into them, so that the resulting image is indented below the surface.

leather debossing

A special stamping technique that registers a design pressed into leather, which usually has no color or ink applied.

dye sublimation

A digital computer printing technique which uses heat to transfer dye onto materials such as a plastic, card, paper, or fabric. Dye sublimation is best used for full color, edge-to-edge printing on apparel, lanyards, handkerchiefs and more.

laser etching

This is a process that creates marks on parts and products by melting or etching their surface. Laser etching is best used for harder surfaces like glass, metal and leather.


paper goods

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Pair your packages and gifts with quality paper goods. Print everything from cards and newsprint to custom tape and tissue paper. You know what they say--the devil is in the details.




We suggest printing a pre-production sample of your swag or merch if you're producing a high volume. That way, you'll be able to see your customized products IRL. No surprises here!