Colormaker Industries are the manufacturers of Permaset eco-friendly inks located on the Northern Beaches of Sydney, Australia. Colormaker is committed to supporting the environment and to the continual improvement of its environmental performance, recognising its obligations both locally and globally.
It’s amazing to think that in a few weeks time all our Permaset inks will be made using power that we’ve generated from the sun ☀️ ☀️
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The 2019 school year is upon us– it’s time again to get your kids ready with all the school supplies they’ll need. While you can always buy them generic school supplies, this year why not start the school year right by printing some personalised school notebooks, backpacks, lunch bags, pencil cases and calendars for them?
Printing school items is not only a great way to get kids pumped up and excited for school, it’s also a fun and affordable back to school project you can do with your kids that lets them express their personality and creativity. All you’ll need is a few water-based fabric paints, printing stencils and stamps, and a whole lot of imagination and creativity!
Looking for a fun and practical DYI project? Why not make your own custom shopping bags and tote bags?
Reusable shopping bags and tote bags are wonderful items in that they’re very versatile—you can use them for shopping, for going to the beach, as promotional items, giveaways or gift bags. They’re also environment-friendly because unlike plastic or paper bags you can use them again and again.
Making custom shopping bags and tote bags is easy, and requires only a few materials to start.
What’s neither glitter nor pure gold but gives off a brilliant, breathtaking sheen to prints on your shirt? It’s none other than metallic ink, and it gives off just enough shine to make any printed design stand out without being too loud or ostentatious.
Metallic inks are distinct printing inks that have been around for a while but aren’t as commonly used as other water-based inks for printing. There are a few possible reasons for this, one being that people often get intimidated by the boldness of these colours, and are unsure how to use them.
Using metallic inks for screen printing however is not that complicated, and they produce sensational, shining results that are well worth the try.