Whether you are a halloween lover or hater, the October holiday is extremely fast approaching. So, it is time to start thinking about your Halloween prints. Maybe you own your own clothing line or are expecting some rush Halloween orders. Either way, we want to help you get prepared.
Let’s Talk About Designs
If your customers are asking you to design the shirt for them or if you own your own clothing brand, you are going to need to get creative when it comes to Halloween designs. While we all love a good pumpkin shirt, think about how you can jazz up the norm. Can you add different colors or a design? Can you spook it up a little bit? Or maybe even add some fun colored foil? The more creative you can get, the more you will stand out, and the better success you will have! Do some research, get those creative juices flowing, and start brainstorming. Everyone at Ryonet is loving all the spooky and fall vibe clothing happening on Instagram. Tag us with #ryonet so we can see your awesome designs and show you some love! Some of the best prints will get featured on our Instagram account.
What Supplies do you Need?
You probably already have your screen printing press (if not check out some options here), so let’s talk about ink. When it comes to Halloween, people automatically think orange, which is great! Orange is the color of some of our favorite things, pumpkins, candy corn, etc… But it doesn’t have to be your only staple for your Halloween prints. Blacks, silvers, and even discharge look awesome for a spooky print! Even adding some glitter ink can jazz up your design.
Don’t just limit yourself to just ink though, think about adding some foil to add an artistic flair. Orange, black, and grey foil will be sure to catch your potential customers attention!
Most ImportantlyThe most important part of this process is to have some fun. We would love to hear about what prints you are doing this halloween season. Drop your thoughts in the comments below.
If you need more information on Screen Printing, check out Get Your Prints Lit with Gold Foil Transfers and A How to for Screen Printing T-shirts.