Screen printing is a printing system millennium. While no exact figures are believed to date back to ancient China, where according to legend intertwined women’s hair used to beat them roles, with designs that are then lacquered so they were waterproof. Later they changed the material for silk, hence its name. Its original name would sericum (silk, in Latin) graph (write in Greek).
Today, screen printing and printing technique, is used as a method of reproduction of documents and images on any material, and ink is transferred through a gauze stretched on a frame, the passage of the ink blocks in areas where no image through an emulsion or varnish, leaving open the area where the ink will.
The printing system is repetitive, this means that once the first model has been achieved, the print can be repeated hundreds or even thousands of times without losing definition.
This screen-printing technique has come to the flowers and especially roses. From now on, they can be screen printed and add a message and more traditional language of flowers. The image is applied to one of its outer petals.
Note that this technique of silkscreen on roses is used by very few companies, given the technological level necessary to achieve good results, while respecting the maximum quality of the flowers on which it is applied.
The idea of pink silk-screened, has gained wide acceptance by both individuals and businesses. Individuals found in it a nifty option to surprise those who give them away, while reinforcing the messages offered. In fact, he coined the phrase ‘screenprinted roses, roses with more messages’.
In the case of companies, screen printed with roses opens a world of possibilities aimed at adding value within the field of marketing. With the possibility of including the company logo, text or drawing, acting on reinforcing brand of opinion to the company that gives it away.
As prices rose silk-screened on the market is there for all tastes, although a value between 2.20 and 3 € per unit of pink silk screened according to the volume and complexity of the message can be a point of departure acceptable.