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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

*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

Check out how your t-shirts are printed!

1. Your design submitted will be converted into a negative transparency which will then be placed on our silkscreen frame.

How a silkscreen frame looks like


Creating the stencil

2. A layer of photosensitive emulsion will be applied on the silkscreen frame.

Applying a layer of emulsion on the silkscreen frame


3. The silkscreen frame will be exposed to light, where the desired printed areas on the screen will be dissolved.

4. Next, water is sprayed onto the silkscreen to wash off the excess emulsion left.

Spraying water on the silkscreen frame


Printing on the t-shirt

5. The silkscreen frame is placed over a t-shirt.

6. Ink is applied on the silkscreen

Ink applied on the screen

7. Then, the ink is swiped throughout the screen by a squeegee (a smooth rubber tool) on the t-shirt.

Running the squeege on the silkscreen

8. The printed t-shirt is left to dry and heat-pressed on so that the ink is embedded into the t-shirt.

9.  TADA! Your t-shirt is now ready to be packed and be delivered to your doorstep!


Silkscreen printing is no easy feat! It takes time and effort to master the skills of silkscreen printing. But fret not, our professional printers at Ministry of Print are highly skilled and experienced in their forte. At Ministry of Print, we provide the best T-shirts in the shortest amount of time available. So choose us as your number oneT-shirt printer today!


For more detailed information about silkscreen printing, check out this video:


Hello all! If you don’t already know, Ministry of Print is now a proud dealer of Hanes T-shirts. With a European headquarter in Aachen (Germany) and a central dispatching center in Ghent (Belgium), Hanes is a leader in the European printables market, offering the industry an impressive collection of quality apparel. Ministry of Print carries Hanes T-shirts, Hanes Polos, Hanes sweats and pullovers.

Here are some pictures of Hanes taken by Ministry of Print in America!


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Please feel free to browse through the Hanes catalogue over at

Have a great week ahead!


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