As the school year continues to march on, so does the need for some school spirit in the winter months. Apparel is the one of the best ways to get your group viewed by many and look great doing so. Allow us to show some successful projects to spark ideas of your own.
We start off strong with the 100+ shirts we printed in-house for a local marathon. For this project, we were asked to screen print the front and backs of tees. With red and white being the school colors it only made sense to print as such, whites t-shirts with red ink. The front of the tee is a design the church gave for us to use while the back compilation was ultimately up to us. When dealing with a multitude of different images, it’s important to give a pleasing look while displaying all sponsors correctly. Our shirts were then printed with the utmost care, scrutinizing each shirts position and ink quality (with maybe a few having to be done again). This is again a great way for a team, group, or organization to look unified and professional.
Another project we completed for the school were custom pencils. This red pencil with white text combo is meant to represent the school with a matching white eraser. But it’s no fun to go “super simple” so we spiced it up with some shimmer. The picture may not catch all the shine this pencil has but it certainly draws attention (not to mention that red is always a great color as a attraction getter) With everything and almost everyone going online, having your website or email when selecting what to put on smaller surfaces is always the best way to go. Using everyday items as outlets can go a long way when promoting a brand or company.
School spirit resides in us all and when creating apparel we try to imagine what we would want to wear. In addition to our screen printing ability, we can also do full color digital printing, rhinestone apparel, vinyl, and even more in the future.
Our past project shows a combination of a digitally printed front and vinyl printed back to create field trip shirts the kids can’t stop wearing. This was done on a scale of 650+ t-shirts, one of our largest printed projects (so far). For a smaller group of 10 or so tees, moms showed their love for their kids’ school team with a little rhinestone glam thanks to our jewel printer. We pride ourselves in saying that we have no minimum quantity when you order our in-house services. We can’t wait to create some clothing for you!