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T-shirt Printing Denver: The Process

T-shirt Printing Denver: The Process

Custom t-shirts are a great way to show the love to your customers, add another easy revenue stream to your business, and increase brand awareness. If you’re a business owner and haven’t considered making t-shirts yet, now’s the time to start thinking about it. Your efforts will go a long way and only require a moderate investment. Here’s everything you need to know about the process of t-shirt printing Denver

Find a design

One of the first steps along the way when it comes to t-shirt printing Denver is to identify what will go on those shirts. Some businesses opt for a business name, or a well-placed logo. Some businesses get little more creative than that and actually have a talented graphic designer design a line of custom t-shirts for them. Whichever way you decide to go, establishing a design will be the first order of business when it comes to finalizing your shirt order. 

Pick the shirts 

All t-shirts are not created equal. Some shrink in half after the first washing, some are heavy and hot, and still others become see through after just a few wears. The company that helps you create your custom t-shirt can probably help you pick a brand and style of shirt that will work best for your needs.   

The printing process

Once you’ve finalized your design and chosen your blank shirts, the t-shirt maker will get to work applying said design to shirts. The first step is for them to take the design that you chose and create layers for the printer to apply to the shirt. Dark shirts usually require an underlayer so that the colors really pop off of the shirt. Once the print file is created, the design is applied to all of your shirts pretty quickly.   

Now what

Now that you have boxes of great looking t-shirts, you’ll need to decide what to do with them. If the shirt cost you less than $10 each to create them, you can sell them for double that and make an easy profit. You can also use them for social media giveaways to increase followers and engagement on your businesses social channels. Either way, your business and your brand will be walking all over town by way of a cool t-shirt before you know it.

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