No need to search any further for custom recognition and award products. We invite you to browse the various tabs and “build” your very own custom product. At Moslow Wood Products, we believe these customization tools will offer you endless opportunities to create your “one-of-a-kind” award.
If you require fulfillment and drop shipments, our 75,000 square foot manufacturing space has ample room to store, fulfill and ship your custom program.
Turn to our dedicated graphic designers to assist you in drawing, laying out and creating your final proof for production of your program.
Click here and browse a sampling of the processes that we offer to personalize your unique awards…
• UV Printing
• Laser Engraving
* Custom Printed Decal
• Hot Stamping
• Silk Screening
• Glass Etching
With our 75,000 square foot manufacturing facility, MWP has plenty of room to store your items for any fulfillment project and drop ship when your program is ready to launch.
For more information regarding this service, please contact your sales representative or Kristen Moslow at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ever wonder what the difference is between softwoods and hardwoods? Contrary to their name, softwoods aren’t weaker than hardwoods. They do tend to grow quicker than hardwoods, and because of that, they are less dense. Softwood comes from coniferous trees (trees that keep their needles all year long). Some common types of softwoods are pines, spruces, cedars, and firs. These woods are also usually lighter colors.
Hardwoods, on the other hand, grow slower and produce a much denser wood, which is also heavier than softwoods. Hardwoods come from deciduous trees (trees that drop their leaves each year). Some commonly used types of hardwoods include walnut, maple, cherry, oak, and birch. We enjoy working with hardwoods because of the wide variety of colors as well as the grain patterns and textures that make for beautiful and creative wooden products. These woods tend to have darker colors than softwoods.
So are hardwoods or softwoods better? It all depends on your project!
Generally, hardwoods are the better choice, because of their more dense structure. However, another big consideration is the finished appearance. If you’re planning on painting your custom wood item, you probably won’t want to choose a high-end wood like mahogany or walnut. You could choose something less expensive; like alder, bass wood, poplar, or baltic birch plywood. If you are specifically looking for the striking patterns and charm of woods like oak, walnut, or cherry; take advantage of their grain with a clear lacquer and bring out their best.
Browse from our stock finishes to customize your promotion.
Browse from our complete image library of stock edge profiles. Custom profiles are welcome as we have the tooling to take care of your needs!
We stock many different mouldings that range from traditional to more contemporary. In addition to hardwood mouldings, we carry recycled wood, metal, budget-friendly plastic core and eco-engineered composite profiles.Browse from a few of our most popular in-stock frames to help build your customized program. If you do not see exactly what you are looking for or have a question, please contact Wouter Bolte in our Custom Framing Department @ email@example.com or 804-598-5579.
When designing your custom frame program, there are options you have for preserving the special item within the frame.
Premium Clear: 2.5mm regular clear glass.
Conservation Clear: Glass that blocks up to 99% of UV light to help protect items from fading and discoloration.
Conservation Non-Glare: Our best museum grade glass locks up to 99% of UV light to help protect from fading and discoloration & no glare.
Plexiglass: If glass is not an option, plexiglass is available. Excellent for shipping and self assembly/kit items.
Browse our most popular, in-stock mat colors to help build your customized program. We offer a variety of premium acid free mat board (with or without texture) and value paper mat board. If you do not see exactly what you are looking for, please contact Wouter Bolte in our Custom Framing Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or 804-598-5579.