Branding on Gifts

Screen print on bag

Screen printing can have up to 4 colours. This bag has a one colour print and works out cheaper than 4 colours. Screen printing is a printing technique whereby a mesh is used to transfer ink onto a substrate, except in areas made impermeable to the ink by a blocking stencil. It is very effective in producing large and bold logos. This process can be used on bags, folders, umbrellas, coolers, notebooks etc.

Domed sticker

This diary has a domed sticker together with debossed logo. Domed labels or stickers are printed pressure sensitive labels that have a thick dome shaped clear polyurethane coating. This gives the sticker a glossy appearance. The sticker is initially digitally printed and then applied to the surface. These can be sold separately and can be applied to product you have manufactured or want to gift.

Debossing

Debossing is an easy way to add any logo, name or design to your gift and is perfect for personalised items, seating headrests or for creating intriguing patterns on your furniture. Debossing leather is the process of pushing the chosen design into leather, resulting in an imprinted design. This leather bag was laser debossed with bosses Initial as a gift.

Digital Print

Digital printing refers to methods of printing from a digital-based image directly to a variety of media. It usually refers to professional printing where small-run jobs from desktop publishing and other digital sources are printed using large-format and/or high-volume laser or inkjet printers. The image is an exact replica of the design and multi colours are used. This design was printed onto a pencil bag as a gift. The design was first printed and then heat pressed onto the bag.

Sublimation branding

This mug has a full colour wrap around Sublimation. This type of branding works on manmade fabrics such as polyester , Nylon and white ceramic. Also on white umbrellas and white nylon bags

Embroidery

Embroidery of face of doll. Embroidery is a popular way to brand gifts that are made from fabric.We use high tech embroidery machines to create the designs.Embroidery is the craft of decorating fabric or other materials using a needle to apply thread or yarn. Embroidery may also incorporate other materials such as pearls, beads, quills, sequins and beads.

Foiling

A thin foil is pressed into a product to create a silver or gold colour. This process works best on PU or Koskin material such as diaries. This diary has a combo of a digital print globe added on.

Heat Transfer onto Headrest

This is a digital print done as one sticker and is heat pressed onto the cushion. Common kinds of heat transfer printing include vinyl heat transfer and digital print heat transfer. With the vinyl heat transfer process, a machine is used to cut out designs and letters in pieces of coloured vinyl. A heat press is then used to transfer each vinyl colour of the design onto the object being printed.

Engraving

This is glass award that has been engraved. A logo or lettering is cut or carved either by hand or laser on the surface of a hard object. Wood, metal, glass, leather or hard plastics can be engraved. These are done on objects that have a flat surface. Grooves are create for the effect of an indentation or the grooves can be dyed so that engraving is more prominent.

Pad Printing

Pad printing is ideal for pens. Pad printing is a printing method that allows the transfer of a 2-dimensional image onto a 3-dimensional object. This process is used for printing on products that are difficult to print on such as rigid and concaved surfaces. The image is transferred via a silicone pad onto the item. It allows for up to 4 colours. This process is used on small items such as pens, calculators, keyrings, bottles, watch dials etc. It is ideal for hi volume work.