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Decoration Methods

Make it POP!

Looking for a decoration method unique to your business? From embossing to laser engraving, make sure your identity will stand out in the crowd. If you are unsure of how your logo will look with one of our decoration methods, let us create a sample proof for your review. Hit the streets with impact – choose a visual that people will remember.




  • Mixed Media

    Mixed Media combines two decoration methods creating a high-impact look that uses laser beneath an embroidery, transfer or PhotoGrafixx overlay.

  • Epoxy Dome

    Add dimension and shine to a one-, multi- or four-color logo by placing it under a clear, high-gloss polyurethane dome. Epoxy dome decoration also offers great durability.

  • 4-Color Process

    Make a bold impact with a photo or four-color process artwork. Our methods use fine halftones and an expanded color range to capture the sharpness of the design.

  • Color Stamp

    Achieve a striking 3-D effect and
    sophisticated look on a wide
    range of products.

  • Embroidery

    With thread colors to match any
    logo, our embroidery reproduces
    your logo in fine detail.

  • Laser

    By etching artwork onto a surface, laser brings detailed decoration to virtually any product. An inexpensive way to achieve a high-end look.

  • Color Imprint

    Available in single- or multi-color, color imprint is a cost-effective way to display a logo.

  • Deboss

    The opposite of embossing; the
    area around the image is pressed
    so that the image is pushed down
    into the material rather than
    raised. This process also creates
    a three-dimensional design.

  • Emboss

    A method of pressing an image
    into a variety of materials (leather/
    vinyl/metal/cardstock) to create
    a three-dimensional design.
    Text, logos and other images can
    all be formed by the embossing
    method. Embossing results in a
    raised surface with the design
    higher than the surrounding paper
    area.

  • Sublimation

    The method of applying an image
    to specially coated materials
    (polyester/ceramics/metals/
    leathers/vinyls, etc.) using three
    main ingredients: sublimation ink,
    heat and pressure. Sublimation
    ink is unique in its ability to convert
    from a solid to a gas without
    going through a liquid form.

  • Digital Print

    Mixed Media combines two decoration methods creating a high-impact look that uses laser beneath an embroidery, transfer or PhotoGrafixx overlay.

  • Applique

    Is a sewing technique that involves
    stitching a small piece of
    fabric onto a larger one to make
    a pattern or design.

  • Hot Foil Stamp

    The process of using heat and
    pressure to apply metallic foil to
    materials such as cardstock/leather/
    vinyl, etc. The term hot foil
    stamping encompasses: simple
    flat foil stamping.

  • Custom Mold

    Is a manufacturing process for producing parts by injecting material into a mould. Injection moulding can be performed with a host of materials, including metals (for which the process is called diecasting). Material for the part is fed into a heated barrel, mixed and forced into a mould cavity where it cools and hardens to the configuration of the cavity