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Ellen’s Silkscreening is a medium sized apparel printing and embroidery company based in South Pasadena, California. We regularly handle printed and embroidered orders of between 24 and 5,000 units in-house on a 7-10 working day turnaround. Our knowledgeable sales team also sources out printed promotional product orders to a large network of vendors on a daily basis.
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Join Us For The South Pasadena Arts Crawl!

We will be celebrating the South Pasadena Arts Crawl this upcoming Saturday, October 21st. Ellen’s Silkscreening will be sponsoring performances by local musical favorites David Plenn and the Mission Street Players, Kelly Kidd & Co., Redd Carter, and Taylor Plenn.

The Arts Crawl starts at 5 p.m., and the music will start at 8 p.m.

We hope to see you there in the parking lot of Ellen’s Silkscreening, directly behind Dinosaur Farm!

Ellen’s is Team AYSO

For the past 30 years, Ellen’s has been working with area AYSO regions on everything from coach shirts to warm up gear to All Star sweatshirts.

This season we are happy to have worked with regions with players from Pasadena, Altadena, South Pasadena, and La Cañada.

Thank you, AYSO, for the wonderful opportunity to serve the community and our youth!

 

Jump For Joy!

 

Are you in need of fall school or sports apparel? Look no further than Ellen’s! Give us a call today for more information on how we can fulfill all of your spirit wear needs.

Karmic Came To Ellen’s Before Hitting The Road

When the band Karmic needed shirts to take on their European tour, they decided to check out Ellen’s! The band needed to make three shirts; two of them requiring a complex simulated process printing technique, where a small number of colors are layered together to achieve a wide range of shades and hues.

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Ellen’s Honors Sheldon Epps at the Pasadena Playhouse

On September 17th over 550 guests and patrons gathered at the Pasadena Playhouse to honor long time Artistic Director, Sheldon Epps; Epps is leaving his post after an illustrious 20 years of service at the Playhouse.

Everyone went home with a commemorative bag printed by Ellen’s as a reminder of the event.

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Please Join Ellen’s at the Pasadena Playhouse!

 

Ellen’s Silkscreening is excited to support this wonderful upcoming event. Join us and host Wayne Brady on Sunday, September 17 in celebration of Sheldon Epps’ 20 years as Artistic Director of Pasadena Playhouse. Sheldon at the Playhouse will feature artists, stories, songs, and tributes.

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Ellen’s is very proud to supply Villa Esperanza with their ‘Hope is Hard at Work’ Tees!

Ellen’s recently screen printed t-shirts for Villa Esperanza Services, a Pasadena based non-profit serving 600 disabled children, adults, and seniors living with different developmental and intellectual challenges. The shirts will be given as gifts to Villa Esperanza clients, celebrating their accomplishments at an annual awards event. Founded in 1961, Villa Esperanza serves people in 49 cities across the country. To learn more about Villa Esperanza’s amazing work, visit their website.

The Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market Stays Fresh With Ellen’s Silkscreening

Every Sunday, rain or shine, the city of Beverly Hills hosts more than 60 farmers and vendors at the Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market.

Here you can see the way colors are layered to make the print: first yellow on a white base, then red, blue, and black.

A mainstay of the Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market is their classic farmer mascot. Market manager Greta Dunlap contacted illustrator and Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market volunteer Gary Baseman to create something special, and in 2004 their mascot was born.

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Chubby Chipmunk Shows Us The Sweeter Side Of Deadwood

See how we dig in to making full color shirts for this South Dakota icon

Since 2005, Chubby Chipmunk Hand-Dipped Chocolates has been keeping Deadwood’s sweet tooth satisfied with delicious hand made delicacies. When they found themselves in need of custom printed apparel, they reached across state lines to us here at Ellen’s! We immediately recognized them as kindred spirits, dedicated just as we were to producing the best hand made goods possible.

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