Having your artwork correctly prepared can greatly speed up your turnaround and improve the final results of your decorated garments. Below are guidelines for preparing your artwork
Preparing Artwork for Screen Printing
Preparing Artwork for Embroidery
Preparing Art for Woven Labels
Getting Your Woven Labels Manufactured
We can manufacture your custom woven labels for you. Below you will find downloadable templates, information on what art is appropriate and where to place it on the label. It’s a good idea to get label artwork to us and processed as early as possible, to ensure it doesn’t hold up your main order.
For information on how your artwork may affect the pricing and turnaround of your order, visit our relabeling & finishing page.
Already have your own labels?
If you are providing your own woven labels, it’s important we receive them in good time to avoid any delays on completing your order. We recommend sending them as soon as you pay and approve for your order, to the address below:
Download Label Templates
We have pre-prepared templates available for you to use, which include common label types and sizes. You can download these as Photoshop .psd files.
Custom Label Dimensions
If you require custom dimensions for your woven labels, feel free to use the templates as reference for how we would like them provided, or adapt them to your requirements.
Minimum Margins / Small Details
When designing for labels, it’s important to keep your art safe from any edges and folds, and that small details (such as text) are not lost due to their size. To help avoid most complications, we recommend sticking to the below:
You should keep all artwork at least 2mm away from all edges or any folds on the label.
Minimum Font Size
Any type should be no smaller than 9pt font size. This may even be larger for finer fonts.
Lines within your art should be no thinner than 1pt. Should also be considered for negative space.
Rasterize All Type
Ensure all type has been Rasterized. See screen printing preparation for more info.
If we are unsure about an element within your design once you’ve supplied it, we will advise you before proceeding with the order. Feel free to contact us if you need some guidance.
Incorporating Garment Information
If you’re adding your own woven labels, you may want to remove the existing garment labels. If this is the case, you will want to consider what garment information should be incorporated into your woven label design (for example, the UK has a law requiring that the fibre composition is stated somewhere on your product). There are also sizing and wash instructions to consider.
We also advise keeping the garment size indication near the top to increase visibility.