First-time orders require a one-time only $40 artwork file creation fee.
All our images are printed with commercial grade Eco inks that dry/cure with ultraviolet light and use no volatile solvents!
And perfect high-resolution prints – every time!
How to Calculate the COST of your order
1.) Wands costs are calculated separately from printing. First, consider blank wands (with discounts), then add the printing cost.
Under 224 pieces ~ $1.94 wand + $0.80 for printing = $2.74 each
225 to 504 pieces ~ $1.88 each + $0.70 for printing = $2.58 each
504 and more ~ $1.84 each + $0.60 for printing = $2.44 each
1.) 280 Teeny Wands (at $1.88 each)= $526.40.
2.) Add printing. Qty 280 at $0.70 each = $196.00
Combined amounts = $722.40 – Cost each = $2.58.
* Plus shipping.
We no longer make the larger wands (5/8″ x 11″), we CAN print on them however. We now only sell the smaller 6″ inch Teeny (3/8″ x 6″) wands through this website in ‘Smooth’ a and ‘Twisted’ versions.
If you need the Large Wands (5/8″ x 11″) ONLY, they can now be ordered out of Texas through;
3404 Rock Hill Dr
Lago Vista, Tx. 78645
Regarding the $40 first time artwork fee – most all art created by a service does NOT include vector elements for printing WHITE INK which is a required under-layer to print on a transparent item like our wands. Further, I find often that the original art file supplied to you as a client often does not include the fonts and elements as separate graphic pieces. In some cases, I then must recreate many graphic elements. in this situation, artwork creation is charged at $40 per hour.
* Image above does not show all color and is only representative.
Lime Green (light green)
Emerald Green (Medium green)
A slightly black outline around the yellow letters makes them stand out more clearly.
The following is an example of problems that art & color can have when printing on transparent products. With most artwork the white color you see is not printed because it is the preexisting paper color. We must modify the art to add white layers or zones, as well as ‘under’ all colors. The example bear below had only black in the art. The white had to be added. Medium to dark color logos/artworks can be hard to read.
Above is the original art as it appears on paper.
The original blue text does not show up against the blue sand color background. * This is the most common issue when using colors on a transparent product.
Printed all in White, the bear is not detailed well. It needs modification to add black.
Meh, this is not working either. Tried a heavier white outline around the text, but looks visually busy and distracts from the bear.
Above is the FINAL version. All white areas had to be independently added to the artwork. Additionally, we made the bear visible from the opposite/inside of the wand as well. So we had to print 3 times; the black layer – the white layer – and black layer again.