Print Shop in Muskegon

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  • Y-Knot Embroidery
    The friendly folks behind Y-Knot Embroidery stitch and screenprint names, logos, or favorite phrases onto a range of accessories and clothes for individuals, businesses, teams, and volunteer groups. The staff can personalize any accessory or article of attire—which can include brightly colored tees, hats, coats, and work-worthy button-ups—in their entire inventory. They can spiff up a polo shirt with an embroidered monogram, or distract potential thieves hoping to steal your beach bag with a screen-printed math problem. To give back to their community, the staffers promote cancer awareness, stocking items such as Kid’s Cancer Storys, which benefits Grand Rapids’ Van Andel Institute.
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    200 Holton Rd
    Muskegon, MI US
  • Fotohuis Photography
    Fotohuis Photography?s attendant-staffed photo booths and cadre of professional photographers capture timeless moments at weddings, birthdays, and special occasions across Michigan. During each photo-booth rental, an attendant sets up a fully automated booth and remains onsite to answer questions or poke the tiny artists inside the printer to make them work faster. During photo sessions, friendly photographers snap spontaneous images of partygoers and hosts in a natural and relaxed state. In addition to capturing customers? smiles, Fotohuis performs professional screenprinting and vinyl-graphics services for sports teams, businesses, and uniform enthusiasts.
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    406 E Colby St
    Whitehall, MI US
  • Motor City Photo Booth
    Motor City Photo Booth?s memory-preserving enclosures capture candid grins and goofy poses at weddings, corporate events, and personal parties. An experienced attendant assembles, tears down, and oversees the photo booth for the duration of the event, assisting guests with challenging tasks such as sorting through the prop box or forming a smile without the use of masking tape. Motor City Photo Booth customizes the proceedings with a throng of upgrades, including a greenscreen that replaces lackluster backgrounds or scene-stealing Eiffel Towers with any high-quality image.
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    From Home, MI US
  • School Zone
    School Zone dishes out a multitude of colorful, brain-bolstering products designed by teachers using the latest pedagogical techniques to supplement classroom education. Mathematical flash cards such as Multiplication 0–12 ($2.99) help teething minds begin to crunch numbers, and Sight Words ($2.99) packs in 110 basic words to jumpstart reading skills and early careers in auctioneering. The big pencil-pal preschool software and workbook combo ($19.99) combines 320 educational pages with accessible CD software to assist tots with scholarly basics such as alphabet, numbers, colors, and the comparative anatomy of cloven-hoofed ungulates that go baaa. The super scholar four-pack ($34.99) achieves similar aims through four CDs of educational games to appeal to varying learning styles.
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    1819 Industrial Dr
    Grand Haven, MI US
  • Patrick's Photography
    With this deal, your successful high school survival specialist will receive the one-on-one attention he or she needs to smile for once and not be so sulky. The titular Patrick will be able to coax from even the most surly schlumper the proud man, woman, or supersomeone they will someday be. The resulting photos capture the personality of the subject in a formal setting. Hand out the 56 wallet-size prints to 56 of your family members, or simply loan out the book of proofs for the neighbors to peruse.
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    4073 Lake Michigan Drive
    Grand Rapids, MI US
  • Holland
    Though they began as hobbies, art and photography had become focal points for Amanda Lindahl-Lemke by college. After six years studying both subjects stateside—with a stint at art school in Florence, Italy, in between—Amanda made the leap to the pros with A. Lindahl Creations. Whether clicking away in her studio or on location, she primarily photographs newborns and children, all adorably posed in color and black-and-white prints that subvert expectations through her use of props and surreal backdrops. Before her sessions even begin, Amanda discusses expectations and aesthetic preferences with her clients and takes time to forge bonds with each child, expectant mother, or family she photographs. The warm, hands-on approach earned her the "Friendliest Family Photographer" spot in "Red Tricycle’s" Totally Awesome Awards, which led to "Blue Tricycle’s" subsequent Even More Awesomer Than Your Awards Awards: No Tag-Backs Edition. After their shoot, clients can share a private online gallery with family and friends or peruse it for the images they want to preserve as prints.
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    948 Butternut Drive
    Holland, MI US