Ink to Tees

Watch as these fraternity shirts go from plain to printed!

When clients stop by our office, we like to take them on a little tour of our workshop. We show them the screen printing process, explain what these giant machines do and how the shirts are actually made. By doing this, we’ve learned that people really love screen printing!

Our clients love to see the process and we love to share it with them. Since we can’t bring the whole world into our shop, we wanted to bring it to you. Check out this video and watch as these fraternity T-shirts make their way from plain to printed!

Of course, this video only includes a small part of the screen printing process. We’ll call this the “ink to tee” portion. There’s much more to see, and we are happy to show you. Shoot us an email to let us know what you want us to feature next on Just Inkin’ Around! In the meantime, check us out on social media here:

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Author: Just Inkin' Around

Once upon a time (in 2002), a couple of guys started screen printing T-shirts in a garage. They had no idea making a few shirts would be the project that spurred an entire company. After all, they were just inkin' around. (GET IT?) Now, we are Cornerstone Impressions. We are the ultimate one-stop shop for screen printing, embroidery, digital printing, graphic design, promotional items and custom woodwork. We produce high quality merchandise our clients can be proud to wear. The purpose of our blog is to help you understand a little bit more about who we are and what we do. With that in mind, please feel free to email any questions or topics you'd like to see featured on our blog to hannah@csimpressions.com.

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