Screen Printing

Screen Printing Overview

Screen Printing is the highest quality and longest lasting printing option that we have to offer here at Bayside.

Once we receive your artwork, our graphic designer will work with you to confirm that the design is the correct size and color. We can accommodate up to 6 colors in your design. Once approved, the final design moves onto our printer, who separates your design by color and creates a unique screen for each one. There are no rush services available for screen printing, so plan ahead for a standard two week turn-around for your project!


What is Spot Color Printing?

All screen printing projects are in spot color. This method uses screens to apply the exact color directly to the material. This method is good for simple logos with text and basic shapes that do not require gradients or excessive colors. For every different color in your design, another screen is made to print that specific color. We use Pantone colors for our printing. Pantone colors have specific formulas that will guarantee the same color is printed each time.


Minimums and Materials

You can bring in your own materials, or we can order for you via our wholesalers, which you can find here. When we quote your project, just mention whether or not you will be providing materials and we will factor it into the pricing.

The minimum amount of items depend on the amount of colors that are in your design.

1 – 2 Color – 24

3 Color – 36

4+ Colors – 48



For screen printing, there is a set up charge of $25 per screen. Application fees depend on the amount of material that you will be ordering, where we will be printing, and the total number of colors in the print. Contact us for the most accurate pricing via the form on this site or by emailing us directly.


Frequently Asked Questions

Can I have a sample printed before we continue with a larger order?
Can I request a rush on my screen printing order?
I have an existing design that I had done elsewhere. Can you copy the same design?


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