Decoration Methods

Screen Print

Whether you want to say something simple or complex, Screen Print is a popular way to express yourself! Check our selection of Neon Inks in Pink, Orange, Yellow and Green.

Add mascots to your designs. Choose from our Stock Decoration Library of Mascots or send us your own. We’re happy to work with you and your teams!

We encourage you to consult our knowledgeable Customer Service Representatives about the latest specialty treatments, products and other trends in Screen Printing before finalizing project ideas.


With Embroidery, it's all in the details. Livjaxdan’s expert Embroidery department employs the latest technologies and fully controls every aspect of production. That way, you can be assured of superior products and the highest standards with every stitch, on every order.

Consider Multimedia looks by combining an Embroidery with a Laser Etch background design!

Add mascots to your designs. Choose from our library of mascots or send us your own. Customer Service Representatives are happy to work with you and your teams!  

Reverse Laser and Jersey Appliqué

Want to create that vintage look? Utilize our stock designs and our Jersey Appliqué process or add real dimension with our Reverse Laser Appliqué technique. With our state-of-the-art, laser bridge technology, you can choose from a wide variety of fabrics, 17 great colors, multiple stitches and application techniques. For even more dimension, consider adding an Etch design behind your Laser Appliqué. Cutting-edge technology at its best.

As always, we encourage you to consult our knowledgeable Customer Service Representatives about this latest specialty technique or to answer questions about any of our techniques.

Laser Etch and Tonal Etch

The Tonal Etch technique gives a dimensional feel to your garment by using two (light and dark) contrasting tones. Our Single Tone Etch designs provide a more subtle tonal look or background. Choose stand-alone designs from our stock embroidery templates for Left Chest, Full-Size or even Jumbo Size.

Also consider combining our Etch technique with other techniques for a cool Combined Techniques look. For instance, add Laser Etch to your Appliqué for an additional $2.00! Or add a Laser Etch behind a Traditional Appliqué, Reverse Laser Appliqué or Jersey Appliqué for an additional $2.00!

Etching is made directly on the surface of the garment so certain materials and garments are better suited for Laser Etch techniques. Fabric must be 100% polyester and, because Etch effects may vary with garment color, we do not recommend this technique on Black, White or dark colors. You’ll get the best results from mid-tone colors.

To find out more about this exciting addition to our decoration offerings, contact our knowledgeable Customer Service Representatives or your Sales Representative. And check out the video clip to see how we do it!

Traditional Appliqué

Achieve virtually any look with your apparel. Our fantastic Full-Size Appliqué on the front or back of a garment creates a substantial, collegiate look.

Innovate! Create truly unique looks with your Traditional Appliqué designs by printing any of our stock printed patterns on either Twill or Jersey. Or utilize our Sublimated Twill to print photographic or Hi Res images. You can even add Laser Etch to your Appliqué – either on the Twill itself or as the background of your Appliqué. And don't forget to check out our 24 Twill color options. 

As always, we encourage you to consult our knowledgeable Customer Service Representatives about the latest specialty treatments or to answer questions about any of our techniques.

Dye Sublimation

Dye-sublimation printing is a digital printing technology using full color artwork that works with polyester and polymer-coated substrates. Also referred to as digital sublimation, the process is commonly used for decorating apparel, signs and banners, as well as novelty items such as cell phone covers, plaques, coffee mugs, and other items with sublimation-friendly surfaces. The process uses the science of sublimation, in which heat and pressure are applied to a solid, turning it into a gas through an endothermic reaction without passing through the liquid phase.

In sublimation printing, unique sublimation dyes are transferred to sheets of "transfer" paper via liquid gel ink through a piezoelectric print head. The ink is deposited on these high-release inkjet papers, which are used for the next step of the sublimation printing process. After the digital design is printed onto sublimation transfer sheets, it is placed on a heat press along with the substrate to be sublimated.

Discharge Printing

This process can be used on its own to achieve a nice, natural imprint. Discharge printing is the process where we print a chemical that removes the die from the garment, returning it to its original cotton color. More commonly, discharge printing is used in order to print water-based inks on dark garments. When combined with water-based inks, you can achieve a soft hand with a multi-color print on most dark garments.

Combined Techniques

Get the biggest bang for your buck. Create your own designs and give your customers custom looks at incredible value – and we’re continually coming up with more and more options. Choose from six new unique designs that combine our latest techniques including Screen Print, Laser Etch, Embroidery and Reverse Laser Appliqué. The sky’s really the limit.

Best values? Combine a surface Laser Etch with Embroidery or Appliqué over top. These are just some of the ways you can add interest to your designs. Our experts are ready to help with suggestions – just ask us and we'll help you develop virtually anything you can think of.