Craft Closet offers three different options for printing designs on clear acrylic. Understanding these differences will help you pick the option best suited for your project!
When selecting the No White option, we print your image with a transparent background. This means that we aren't adding any additional white ink to the foreground or background of your image. This allows more light to travel through the entirety of the image, which can be a great for achieving certain backlit or stained-glass type effects. It also means that the colors won't pop the same way that they would with a white backing and can get lost in different backgrounds.
With Spot White printing, we add a layer of white in the shape of the foreground images. This allows the negative space to remain clear while allowing the colors in the image to retain their true properties, regardless of the light or color of objects behind the acrylic.
When printing with the Flood White option, we cover the entire sheet of clear acrylic with a white coat. This means that any negative space in the image you choose will be white, not clear. There is, however, a difference in printing Flood White on Clear Acrylic and White Acrylic.