Decoration techniques

To help understand how we can decorate promotional products with your logo, here is a brief overview of the main terms and popular ways to brand all kinds of products:

Digital transfer

Transfer process optimized for digital printing of small quantities, without color limits. Used on: folders, backpacks, non-woven bags, cork products, soccer balls.

Direct to garment

Textile direct printing is a full colour digital printing technique for textiles, ideal for small quantities.


Doming consists of applying a clear resin (epoxy) on a printed slip. This layer of resin produces the effect of depth and protection and results in a 3D effect. The end result is shiny, resistant and durable. Used on: Usb flash drives, key rings, tools and lids.


The well-known embroidery technique allows customisation on good quality fabrics with great quality and perfection. Embroidery replicates designs with a large variety of colours and distinct lines. Used on: clothing, towels, blankets, caps, conference bags.


Diamond engraving, also known as diamond etching, uses a diamond-tipped tool to scratch the surface of glass and metalware. The tool is guided by a computer, which allows for precise control of the design and is suited to crystal and trophies.

Hot stamping

Hot stamping consists of reproducing designs by means of a hot press on leather or imitation leather products. Furthermore, this technique allows transferring a metallic or pigment finish, adding colour to the branding. Used on: leather and PU key rings, diaries, notebooks, wallets.


Laser engraving is a precise and long-lasting method. The laser beams engrave the design on hard surfaces. Besides metal, it can also be used on wood, leather/PU and glass with exquisite and elegant results. Used on: metal pens and key rings, wooden containers, card holders, cork products.

Screen printing

Screen printing is a printing technique which provides trustworthy and long-lasting results. This method can be used on smooth surfaces; printing in high definition even with more than one colour. Used on: notepads, rulers, umbrellas, bags.


Sublimation offers the advantage of being able to be used on concave surfaces, producing well-defined designs. It also results in a design highly resistant to extreme temperatures. Used on: mugs.

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