So many options to choose from to make YOUR promotional product, stand out from the crowd.
NOTE TO SARAH: The text below is directly copied from Orangepeel creative site. I do not want to plagiarize, can we massage the content to be ours.
Also, we can add a link from the types of decoration to the item you want to link to on our promotional site and then I can change the IMAGE TO BE the same as the one they are linked to.
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Sometimes referred to as "Puff" embroidery, this breakthrough process gives artwork and typography a high-impact, multi-dimensional look and can be used to update existing logos. The most common application is on headwear.
A process wherein ink is pressed through a fine screen leaving a painted imprint on the surface of the material. This process is the most frequently used method of imprinting products in the promotional marketing business. A variety of products can be imprinted either on the traditional flat press or performed by pad printing. Multi-color imprints are available as well as half tones and four-color process.
A similar process to a "color stamp", a foil stamp uses colored foil to leave an imprint. The most common colors are gold, silver and bronze.
The most common format uses a metal template and fine etching powder under light air pressure to create a very thin surface etch. Other methods include deep etch, laser etch, and multiple etch. Fine crystal and glassware are the most common materials
A process wherein a machine stitches threads into a design on the surface of the material. The most common application is on knit shirts and headwear; however, a wide range of fabrics and material can be embroidered.
A process wherein a machine presses a die into the surface to form a raised design above the surrounding surface. This process can be used on fabrics (apparel), leather, or vinyl.
A process wherein a machine presses a die into the surface of the material, resulting in a depressed imprint. The most common application is on leather.
A process where heat is used to leave an imprint of the design on the surface. A variety of colors and materials may be used.
Color Fill Deboss
A two-step process wherein the same dies is used to first hot stamp the color onto the surface, and then to deboss the design into the material. The most common applications is on vinyl patches or trim.
A process to enclose a graphic within a material. The most common use is for acrylic awards.
A method of making castings in permanent molds.