Your Cart

Printing & Embroidery

Customized Printing & Embroidery

Create your own printing & embroidery clothing with ease.
Add your logo, make your unique designs, or ask an expert.


Different Types

Printing Methods

Durable & Sustainable & Fully Customized

Hundreds of Brands Trust Brand Stuff to deliver comfortable and stylish custom apparel that has unique printing and embroidery designs.


Start Your Journey of Make Your Own Clothing Design Today!


Water Base Printing

Water-based printing is a kind of silk screen printing; it features inks that are soft, breathable and able to soak into the fabric of the garment, rather than sitting on top.
Tips: The color of water-base printing must be darker than fabric’s color.


Plastisol Base Printing

Plastisol base printing belongs to silk screen printing too. The ink sits on top of the fabric and feel like soft plastic layer. This ink can be used on any fabric and very durable. It is one of the most widely used printing methods.


Puff Printing

Puff printing is a screen printing ink additive that once the heat is applied to the ink, it slightly raises from the fabric like a freshly baked loaf of bread. 


3D Printing

3D printing, also called high-density printing, is the process in which we use a thick layer of emulsion to create a raised print.


Gold Printing

It is a silk screen printing with gold ink.


Silver Printing

It is a silk screen printing with silver ink.


Reflective Printing

Reflective ink is a specialty option for screen printing. It requires another light source to reflect the light.


Flock Printing

Flock printing is we adhesive many small fiber particles (called flock) onto the surface of clothing. It gives your designs velour, fluffy-like texture.


DTG Printing

DTG printing uses a printer to spray the ink into a garment. It can print whatever graphic you want and carry any details. You can think of it like a giant inkjet printer, but for clothing.
Tips: DTG printing can only print on fabric without silicon oil or ink will fade very soon.


Discharge Printing

Discharge printing is method of applying your design to dyed fabric by printing a color-destroying agent to bleach out a white or light pattern on the darker colored fabric. In this way, water printing can apply on dark color fabric and make the graphic more breathable.


Sublimation Printing

Sublimation shirt printing is a printing process that first involves printing onto a special sheet of paper, then transferring the graphic onto the fabric by using pressure and heat. It is vivid and color can last forever no matter how you wash it.
Tip: Sublimation printing can only apply on polyester fabric or color will fade very soon. (The more polyester, the better printing effect.)


Embroidery Words


Embroidery Logo


3D Embroidery Words

3d embroidery has an additional piece of foam under the embroidery to give it a raised or 3D appearance.


3D Embroidery Logo

Tips: 3d embroidery is better to apply on the heavyweight fabric. At least 250gsm or thicker. 


Appliqué (cotton patch, with finished edge)

Appliqué, sewing technique in which fabric patches are layered on a foundation fabric, then stitched with the raw edges turned under or covered with decorative stitching.


Applique (non-wovan patch, with raw edge)

Non-woven patch applique is more stand out than cotton patch applique. The raw edge bring a vintage feeling to your logo.


Embroidery Patch (raw edge)


Embroidery Patch (finish edge)