Printable QUESTIONS


Printable designs are an alternative to a printed order. You will receive a digital file of the design(s) that you can then print at home, online or at a print shop in your area.

What does printable mean?

 

 

We offer a 3 business day turnaround option or a 24 hour rush option. Both of these options can be selected during checkout. Click here to learn more about our turnaround times.

What is the turnaround time for  a printable order?

 

 

Some of our printable designs are available as instant downloads, this means they are available instantly! Please note that these designs are not customized and are not editable. They will come formatted to print on full sheets of card stock with crop marks for easy trimming (Art prints will come formatted to the dimensions listed in the listing) You will be able to download the file immediately once your payment is complete.

What is an instant download?

 

 

 

 

 

The price shown on the listing is the cost of the printable.
Turnaround time will adjust the cost by an additional $15 should you select our 24 Hour Rush option, during checkout.

What is the cost for a printable order?

 

 

We offer 5 different format options depending on your print location. Please click here for a full description on our print ready file formats. For instant downloads, these will be formatted to print on full 8.5" x 11" pages and will be available as a PDF file. Your file will also include guides for easy trimming.  

What print format will my file be available in?

 

 

 

There are many different options for printing your files, we've listed below just a few of our most popular locations that our customers frequently use:

Home - By using your own printer.

Staples - You can upload your file directly to their website here.

Fedex - You can upload your file directly to their website here.

Vista Print -You can upload your file directly to their website here.

Where do you recommend I print my designs?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We recommend using bright white card stock or photo paper. If using a card stock, choosing one that is 110# in weight or heavier is best. Card stock can be purchased at your local craft shop, office supply store or online.

What type of paper do you recommend that I use?