Posts Tagged ‘screen printing’

Screen Printing classes have arrived!

Friday, December 6th, 2013

Have you ever wanted to learn how to print t-shirts? Are you crafty or creative? Well, guess what – we’ve got just the thing for you!

Screen printing classes are now available for purchase at our online boutique!!

Two levels of classes are being offered, and scheduled for weekdays and evenings at the end of January and in mid February, 2014. All who register will be notified of available dates come January.

Want to register a friend of loved one for a class as a gift? No problem! We’ll email you a certificate to give to the recipient of your awesome gift.

Register today, classes are filling up quickly!


Spooktacular T-Shirts Now Available at Our Online Boutique

Tuesday, October 1st, 2013

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Halloween is swiftly approaching and we are happy to announce that we’ve just released a line of spooky and boo-tiful t-shirt at our online boutique.

Whether you like the unique and hand-drawn, or classic, true and tired we’ve got something for everyone!

Come on by the boutique to check out all the goodies!


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End of Year Specials 2010

Monday, November 8th, 2010


We’re wrapping up the year with some great T-shirt screen printing specials.

Contact us today to take advantage of this special. Don’t forget to mention that you’d like the end of year special pricing!

How to get your artwork ready for screen printing

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

The best way to make your artwork is to create it in Adobe Illustrator (.ai file extension). Most jobs involving one or two colour prints, if a file is given to us in Illustrator we will not need to charge an artwork fee. If multicolour artwork is not in a vector file (such as .ai, .pdf or .eps), there is quite a bit of work to make it screen print ready.

If you are unable to supply us with a vector file, it’s not the end of the world. In the case of non vector files, the artwork must be 300dpi. If your file is in Photoshop, please leave it in layers. For files over 10 megs, please send them to us using a program such as

Now for the fun stuff – in order to get your file ready for printing just follow these steps:

First, leave your artwork in layers so that we can more easily separate the artwork. Also outline your fonts by following these steps:

  1. Open your art file in Adobe Illustrator
  2. Unlock all layers and objects
  3. Select everything
  4. Go to the “Type” menu and select “Create Outlines”

To simplify the process, we would ask that you please submit all artwork in final print size.

The following is an example of an ideal submitted design (built in Adobe Illustrator) that leaves no questions as to how it should be printed.

Image for print ready artwork file