Stadri Emblems Blog
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You don’t need to be a professional artist or designer to get your own amazing looking custom patches. Stadri's staff of artists will work with you to create your perfect patch design.
Crowdfunding is a great way to fund projects that have a significant up-front cost. Many independent artists have used crowdfunding to generate the funds for their pins and patches. It may seem intimidating to start a campaign, but it doesn’t need to be. As long as you are prepared, it can be a great experience.
Everyone loves getting a great deal on a high quality product. Luckily for you, we have amazing quality patches and low prices. But, how can you make sure you’re getting the best deal possible? When you place your next patch order, keep these simple tips in mind.
Recently, pins have gained massive popularity. Not only do they continue to be used in a business setting, but they have also expanded into the world of artists and designers. Now more than ever, artists are turning their designs into pins and patches. If you need pins for an organization, or you want to turn your original design into a pin, this guide will get you started!
While Stadri has a special knack for fitting tremendous amounts of detail into small spaces, due to physical limitations of thread, larger sizes look better. Get all the tips you need for the most optimal patch design.
Instantly recognizable to all who see it, designers have been creating emblems and logos for years and even those with a limited fashion knowledge can differentiate between the main brands. Establishing a logo is a key part of a business’ development but not all brands are able to project the prestige which they desire. So what is the secret?
>Because ARTacles bags are often bursting with vivid colors and elaborate patterns, designing a very simple, minimalist woven label for these bags was a very smart move. Sometimes less is more, and in this case, a simple, solid-colored woven label stands out more on these bags than a multi-colored, detailed label would.
When it comes to sports jerseys and uniforms, many organizations opt to have their logo or insignia embroidered directly onto their garments in an attempt to avoid affixing dozens of embroidered patches themselves. But could buying embroidered patches separately be more cost effective?