New Zazzle Product: Screen Printing for T-Shirts


Say hello to Zazzle’s newest product, screen printing! We’ve figured out how to make the best screen printed t-shirts EVER thanks to state-of-art equipment, premium ink, and an out-of-this-world bulk ordering tool designed by awesome Zazzle Engineers. Want to learn what we’ve done? Check out this fun video we put together and learn the magic of our alien/future/awesome technology.

Screen printing now becomes one of three amazing options to customize apparel, joining digital t-shirt printing, and custom embroidery. It’s the trifecta of t-shirt customization on Zazzle!

While screen printing isn’t available as a public product, Sellers can still earn 15% referral for linking to screen printing from his/her website. So build those links and build those referrals! Learn more about becoming a Zazzle referrer.

Also, if you’re interested in grabbing one of those great t-shirts from the video, look no further than!

22 Responses to “New Zazzle Product: Screen Printing for T-Shirts”

  1. Seida Bacon Says:

    Woo Hoo! I’ve been waiting for this & wondering about it!

    Now, if we can just get a Zazzle iPhone app….

  2. Anonymous Says:

    We applaud the effort.

  3. Teresa Says:

    It is cool but, could you expain a little more, about this and can us zazzle stores and website, etc., creat designs with this? It sounds like mabe not?

    • Patrick Briggs, Zazzle Maniac Says:

      While Sellers cannot create screen printing apparel for Zazzle’s public marketplace, they can create off-Zazzle websites, blogs, and portals to link to Zazzle and earn a 15% referral fee on any screen printing order generated by their marketing efforts.

  4. Kat Says:

    Totally AWESOME! Way to go ZAZZLE…YEAH : ) So now if I can build the links and build the referrals!, I will be a happy camper!
    Thanks Zazzle

  5. Todd Says:

    I’d be a lot happier if this new product were available for us to customize and sell ourselves.

  6. Andrea Says:

    YAAAY!! I am still trying to figure out how to work this me+graphics= good, me+understanding how things work= BAD

  7. Kat Says:

    I agree with you Todd, would be great for us sellers to use also!

  8. Damon Says:

    Holy niceness! This kicks a@#!!!!!

  9. dorothydumond Says:

    I’m with Todd! I want to design and sell :-(

  10. Becky Says:

    I’m interested in what the differences of quality are between the screen printing vs. the digital printing Zazzle has done previously?

  11. Kat Says:

    Good question Becky! If you find out, please let me know…thanks…me too! I would like to design & sell also : (

  12. Bethany Says:

    The questions I’d like to add to the ones already posted is; exactly HOW are they pulling this off? What is the state-of-the-art equipment they are using and why is this process ‘top secret?’
    As far as I could tell, there isn’t much difference between digital and screen printing shirts, screen printing is cheaper in bulk, but digital is softer to the touch and much more flexible and dynamic, at least in my humble opinion.

    • Patrick Briggs, Zazzle Maniac Says:

      Hi Bethany, Zazzle’s screen printing design tool, with fully-integrated image conversion process, is a game-changing technology for screen printing. For the first time customers can upload a design and see it converted into a screen printing file instantaneously. Zazzle’s patent-pending technologies separates the design and shows the customers exactly what their product will look like when produced. Users can choose the separation method (spot or halftone), the number of separations, the detail, and the exact colors.

  13. [ZAZZLE] Zazzle's new screen print technology - T-Shirt Forums Says:

    [...] can find some info here: New Zazzle Product: Screen Printing for T-Shirts Zazzle Blog It's pretty new, and as it has been mentioned earlier – most of Zazzlers are not very familiar [...]

  14. Teresa Says:

    Does this mean designed pictures we save, what can a store or website do (zazzler)

  15. car2 Says:

    OK now I am confused…says not available to the public…as in only commercial designs have it? So, what is with the reply to Bethany from Zazzle’s Patricks Briggs detailing how a customer CAN upload a design? hum….so…does that mean that as a customer we can use the technique but not as a selle???r…OK I am here to sell…so, how is this a good thing for my store? Anyhow….would like to see this available to us…and it sounds cool !

  16. Kattie Says:

    Thanks fr sharing!!!! I dont like the way fabric paint looks on fabric and I’ve never tried acrylic paint mixed with a txtile medium, though I know people have gotten results to their liking with both. Mod Podge is a non-water-soluble glue. It cannot be washed out once it has dried. I buy both at Hobby Lobby and have no idea where else they are carried.

  17. Promotional T shirts Says:

    Really funny video Patrick, Zazzle.. I like your way.. Thanks for sharing..

  18. Innovative Ink Says:

    Nice video! keep up the great work!

  19. Chokas Filmer Says:

    Nice Video, one thing … Do you sell these shirts online?

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