How to Print on Non Woven-Polypropylene Bags

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How to Print on Non Woven-Polypropylene Bags
Polypropylene bags are easily printed with a business name or logo image. (Reusable jute bag background (seamless repeat tile) image by Sophia Winters from Fotolia.com)

Many people have a home business, such as artisans who make things like jewellery, ceramics, soap and candles and sell them at fairs, festivals or stores. Professionalism is important, as is attention to detail. Part of a professional look is polypropylene or plastic bags for customers to take home their items. Polypropylene bags are cost effective, come in many sizes, colours and easily personalised easily with a store logo, brand or name. Finding a printer for these bags takes just a few keystrokes on a computer and an idea for a logo. Most are recyclable, adding to their professional look.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Select a source online for the purchase and printing of the polypropylene bags you want. A few excellent online sources are freedomplasticbags.com, antoniarose.com and printglobe.com.

  2. 2

    Create a logo design with the graphics program of your choice. You may already have a logo for your business, if you do, you simply will need a JPG of the image or the image saved in whatever format the company who will print your plastic bags require. You can also use a photograph if you only desire a photo on the bag and not a logo.

  3. 3

    Follow the website directions for placing a bag order, payment and photo or graphics submission.

  4. 4

    Approve or decline the proof that will be e-mailed to you by the bag printer. This will be the time for you to make changes to text or image. Usually once the design is approved, your bags are printed and sent to the buyer.

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