We calculate the number of different items in your order to assess the accumulative total when quoting your project.
By adding your own tag, you give the impression to your customers that you manufactured your merch from the ground-up. This means you can often charge more when it comes to selling your product online.
We recommend 1.5-2.5 inches in width. The height would be proportionate to that.
We recommend fonts that are no less than 8 pts. Remember, tags are typically 1.5-2.5 inches in width which isn't a ton of space
We recommend printing your tags in grey as it would look best on any colored garments. It also prevents bleeding through the backside. However, we can print any color you request.
If you bring black tags on a white t shirt, you'll find the labels bleeding through the backside of the shirt. A muted color like grey helps prevent this.
Avoid small details when printing on fleece as legibility is more difficult to achieve with small letters.
Tags are the perfect place to add your logo, slogan of choice, size of garment, and care instructions. Make it fun in your own way.
You can design them exactly how you want them to be.
If there is something we missed, please let us know by e-mail: email@example.com
Yes, but it's not recommended. Other colors have a tendency to bleed through the garment and/or don't print as crisp as our default medium gray ink.
Yes, and you'll make sure you want to include that in your design. This is how we'll distinguish what each size the t shirt is. You can either abbreviate using "M" for medium or you can spell out the entire word.
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Screen printing tags have very little feel to it and almost feel like it's part of the garment itself. This is because screen printed tags use very little ink when transferred onto the garment. This means there is no itchiness to the print and often why brands prefer this method over woven labels.
If you have multiple fabrics, then we suggest to exclude the fabric content. This is because we have to create an additional screen for each fabric. Thus, the costs add-up. We recommend using other phrases to describe your product to fill in the space like:
You can include as much or as little details into your tag design as you'd like.
Yes, but fleece is tricky. This is because fleece has nappy "hairs" that prevent a smooth printing surface. As a result, very small letters may not be as crisp.
It's simple, we remove it.
Yes, it's assumed you will be replacing the manufacturer's tag with your own. The reason these blank companies exist is for brands, like yours, to purchase and re-sell them with your logo printed and labeled on the inside neck tag.
It only takes 10 seconds.
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