Also known as silk screen printing.
A process that uses liquid ink pushed through a mesh screen to apply colour in the shape of your logo to the surface of the gift box.
Screen printing enables specific Pantone colour matching.
It is a good option if your logo or design covers a large surface area of the box lid, or your logo colour is very important to your brand.
Screen printing uses matt finish inks. Metallic Pantone inks can be used but they do not achieve a true metallic finish in the same way foil does.
The colour of the box can affect the outcome colour of the print, true colour matching is best achieved on lighter colour boxes.
Your design must be solid colour, no shades, graduations or tints.
The colours must not be touching and ideally not overlapping.
Some designs are not suitable for 2 colour screen printing due to tight registration and we may recommend digital printing instead once we see your artwork.