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Common Places to Put Your Graphics on Custom T-Shirts or Beanies

So you have an event coming up and you want to have custom made t-shirts. Of course, you know how important custom t-shirts can be which is why you’re getting them in the first place is. You have chosen the best supplier and colors for the custom t-shirts. What's left is deciding where to place your graphics or company logo on the custom t-shirts.

Many people often go about getting custom made t-shirts or beanies with brilliant ideas in mind. Well, that's until the finished product is ready and the graphics are a tad to the left or too small. Unfortunately, such an error in the placement of graphics will stand out. While you want to stand out at your next event, you don't want to stand out for the wrong reasons. This is why you need to know how to choose the right placement for the graphics on your custom t-shirts or beanies.

Luckily for you, there are a few standard tips that you can use to ensure that your custom t-shirts or beanies are perfect.

Here are some of those useful graphics placement ideas that you can use.


Foot Print


This is the best way to capture the attention of people who don't focus on reading the back of a custom t-shirt. When putting your graphics or logo on the front of a custom t-shirt, you need to know the size of the t-shirt. Placing the graphics at least 4" to 6" below the neckline will have it in the top third of the t-shirt.

Having any graphics in the second or last third of the custom t-shirt will leave it looking off. No one would want to wear a custom made t-shirt with graphics on their stomach. Think about it, would you want to walk around looking like you ate your brand? Yeah, neither would anyone else.


Front Left Print


When it comes to having prints on the left side of your premium custom t-shirts, you need to look at two things. First, will the custom t-shirt have pockets or not? Then, you'll need to measure the distance from the left shoulder seam. Anything from 7" to 9" from the seam will place the logo or graphics in a good location.

After considering the distance from the seam you should also measure at least 4" to 6" from the centre of the t-shirt. The centre of your custom made t-shirt forms the anchor point for all placement options.

If your custom made t-shirt has pockets then the choice of where the graphics or logos go is easy. This is because you can either place the logo right on top of the pocket or even above it. This also applies when it comes to polo shirts or even Gildan custom t-shirts.


Back Print


In some cases, you may want to get custom made t-shirts with the logo or graphics at the back of the t-shirt. This is a good way to catch the attention of anyone that will walk behind you. And if they walk behind you for a long-distance then you have a great chance to keep your brand in their view longer. So where on the back of your custom t-shirts should your graphics or logo go?

The simple answer to this question is at least 5" below the t-shirt's collar. The graphics should also follow the anchor rule that you use to place graphics on the back of the custom t-shirt. So ensure you place the graphics at the centre of the top third of the t-shirt. 


Sleeve Print


The sleeves on a custom t-shirt can also be a great place to put a logo or graphics. When putting graphics on the sleeves, you can either place them 2" above the hem. You should also resize the graphics to ensure that it fits well on the sleeve.

You wouldn't want your custom t-shirts to end up with busy sleeves that are not easy to understand with one look. This way you'll have missed out on an opportunity to put your brand out there with a quick glance.


Other Unique Placement Ideas for T-Shirts or Beanie Logo Branding


There are also other ideas that you can explore when looking for custom t-shirt printing. For instance, you can place your logo or graphics on the bottom left part of the t-shirt. A good custom t-shirts supplier in Australia can help you create the designs. This way, you can be sure that you like the end result before the final product is finished.

You should also try to be flexible with your placement ideas. This will help you to get the perfect proportions for an amazing custom printed t-shirts or beanies. Don't be afraid to move a few things around for the perfect design.

Take for example, if you want to put your logo and the business tagline on the custom t-shirt. If the two together come across as busy, you can move them around a little. The idea is to have a tasteful custom made t-shirt that any wearer would love. Remember no one wants to walk around with a custom t-shirt that seems off.

Another thing that you should consider is the size of the custom t-shirts that you're working with. The size of the t-shirts should also be proportional to the size of the graphics and logos. You don't want to cover an entire small t-shirt with your logo.

Different people wear different sizes of t-shirts. So, get custom made t-shirts with the graphics adjusted to fit all the different sizes. That's the beauty of custom made t-shirts; you can play around with everything until you get it right.

The most common place to decorate a beanie is centered on the front, or centered on the back. Alternatively, you can also custom embroidered a beanie on left and right hand sides (2 position prints). The 2 positon prints cost slightly more than 1 position print. By doing so, your brand name gets exposed more.

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M & M Professionals Has 20+ Years Experience


At M&M Professionals, we have dedicated ourselves to help you stand out at your next event. Our catalogue of premium custom t-shirts provides a variety of choices, all of which you'll love. As a plus, we have been creating custom t-shirt magic for many of our clients. This is why you can trust us to help you choose the best designs and placements for you.


Contact us here or call us today in Australia 1300-665-256. Our team will be eager to help you.