Minimum Order Quantities

Minimum order quantities will depend on the supplier and on the product being ordered. Some suppliers do allow small order however they then charge a surcharge which is passed on. 

How to Decorate?

There are many decoration methods available, however not all listed below will suit every item offered. Let our experts guide you on which type will be the most cost effective and dynamic way to brand and enhance your item.

Pad Printing: A popular and cost-effective option for decorating almost any product with a flat, smooth surface. 

Screen Printing: A process that works well with 100% cotton fabrics, poly/cotton blends, most nylons, vinyl, calico, transfer papers, corflute and metal sheeting. This method has the ability to produce strong vibrant spot or process prints on woven textiles and is very cost efficient for large quantities. 

Heat Transfer Vinyl: Vinyl is an ideal solution for colourful logos and artwork or photo-realistic designs.

It also works well when you need to print a design on a garment or substrate that doesn’t lend itself to being screen printed due to placement or type of fabric.

Direct To Garment or Digital Print: This is a process by which a digital image is printed directly onto your apparel using cutting edge printing technology and inks.

Supacolour: This method offers ultra-high detail and unlimited colours with high resolution.

Debossing, Embossing: This is the process of giving a 2-D look to a material or product. Heat, Time and Pressure is applied to the surface of the material and results in an image remaining on the surface of the material. 

Foil Stamping: The modern processing of gold and silver decoration is by use of metallic foils. The decoration is applied with the use of printing machine. The machine presses the image onto a product and the foil which has an adhesive on the back is bonded to the product. 

Laser Engraving: This is the practice of using lasers to engrave an object. Laser engraving is permanent and lasts for the life of the product.

Embroidery: This method process is a lasting, colourfast quality finish on the majority of fabric and clothing items. 

What Artwork Do I Need?

The preferred file format is an EPS file. This is a vector file format.

If embroidering sometimes PDF can be utilised.

We can assist you in converting other file formats to an EPS format if not on hand.

In order to reproduce your preferred colours’ we will require your Pantone or PMS colour codes.


Freight costs are incurred and charged accordingly from suppliers to decorators and then to you the client. 

Other Things To Consider

What are you wanting to achieve? Who are you targeting? What is your budget?

When do you need the goods by? Are there any OH&S requirements?