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Xiaxue’s Guide To Life Video is finally out!
This exclusive video features Xiaxue at Ministry of Print where she learns how to professionally print her T-shirt. Clicknetwork.tv did a great job putting this together
check out http://www.clicknetwork.tv/watch.aspx?c=1&p=8&v=813 for more details. You stand to win a T-Shirt personally printed by Xiaxue and $50 Ministry of Print voucher!
Part 1 of the video: Comparison between Silkscreen printing and Digital Transfer
Part 2 of the video: The process of creating the Silkscreen Template which involves:
1) coating of emulsion on silkscreen board
2) Burning of Silkscreen Board
3)Washing of silkscreen board
Part 3 of the video: The process of printing the T-Shirt using Silkscreen Ink
Part 4: Competition Details
Our Valentine’s Day “Why Do You Love Your Partner?” event has officially ended. We are please to announced Karen Tan has won herself a $50 dining voucher to PS. Cafe. Thank you all who participated! And of course to those who liked their friends’ comments! Please stay tuned for more competitions with attractive prizes. Feel free to suggest what kind of prizes you would like to receive. You’ll never know we just might give out some vouchers to your favourite shopping stores or dining places!
Valentine’s Day 2012 Competition: “Why you love your partner?”
Ministry of Print would like to know the reasons why you love your partner. Post it on this comment through our facebook wall and get your friends to like your comment. The person with the most number of ‘likes’ & with most creative comment (voted by us) wins a $50 dining voucher at PS. Café! So what are you waiting for, visit our facebook page to comment now at www.facebook.com/ministryofprint
*current update from our facebook wall event*
**Terms & conditions**:
-Event is valid from 6th February 2012 – 12th February 2012.
-Winner will be notified via e-mail or phone. The prize must be collected in person at Ministry Of Print office by 13th February 3pm.
-Ministry Of Print Management decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
-Ministry Of Print reserves the right to alter the Terms and Conditions at any time