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.
Don’t get caught out and about without a mask- these essential pieces of PPE are great opportunities to showcase a message or branding, like these masks we recently printed for The Last Bookstore and San Antonio Winery.
Ellen’s Silkscreening operations manager Howard recently attended the Museum Store Association Western Chapter’s latest conference in Phoenix, AZ. Conference attendees had the opportunity to visit some of Phoenix’s top museums, including the Phoenix Art Museum, Heard Museum, Taliesin West, and the Musical Instrument Museum.
The South Pasadena Woman’s Club honored Ellen’s Silkscreening founder Ellen Daigle by presenting her with their Shining Star Award at their recent Fall Fashion Show and Luncheon. Ellen is only the second person to receive the Shining Star Award from the Woman’s Club.
“The Shining Star Award isn’t presented annually — it’s when we find someone who is deserving, and that person is Ellen,” said Woman’s Club Committee Member Sherry Plotkin. “She is persistent, driven and consistently helps others in so many ways.”
“I’m thrilled to be a Shining Star,” said Ellen. “The joy of building a business has been creative, exciting and very hard work. It’s been a wonderful and amazing journey. I’m so honored and happy to see my friends and so many women who have contributed so much to this community and to the world. Thank you all for making this amazing day possible.”
When Lark Seeds and Admiral Seeds had a big event on the horizon that needed some sophisticated promotional items, they came to Ellen’s Silkscreening.
Ellen’s was able to put together a suite of custom and coordinating items for both companies that put their logos front and center on beautiful, handy items, such as mugs, water bottles, notebooks, and pens.
Exciting things are happening at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles (an Ellen’s customer since 2013). They recently began a full renovation of the museum which will add over 40,000 square feet of galleries and exhibition space, as well as public spaces, more offices, and a brand new museum store. The Hammer Museum plans to have their renovations complete by 2020, just in time for their 30th anniversary.
Every year we are honored to print apparel for the incredibly talented Loter, Inc. ahead of their visit to San Diego Comic Con. Each shirt design features a different member of their cartoon family, from devilish cuties to superhero cats and space exploring gorillas.