For best results please follow our guidelines.
We accept the following file formats TIF, TIFF, JPG(Hi-Res), EPS, PNG, AI, PSD, and PDF.
Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign and Corel
All file formats must have a minimum of 350 dpi (dot per inch) resolution.
All color artwork and/or images must be provided in CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, black) color mode.
What's a bleed?
Bleed is the portion of the product that will be trimmed off when it is cut to the final size.
The purpose of a bleed is to continue a color, image, or design to the edge of the product. Due to the possibility of shifting in the trimming process, a bleed is required to ensure that a white line does not show on the edges of your product.
We require ALL files to be built to the full bleed dimension specified for each trim size.
We automatically trim the bleed off of each side, which will result in the desired trim size.
For example: business cards require a 0.1" bleed to each dimension (or 0.05" bleed on all four sides). Thus, a 2" x 3.5" business card would have a bleed size 2.1" x 3.6". Please visit our download templates page and design your files on these templates to ensure proper bleed.
Please build your print-ready digital files by adding the appropriate bleed to your file.
Add 0 .1" bleed to each dimension (or 0.05" bleed on all four sides) for the following products:
Add 0.125" (1/8") bleed to each dimension (or 0.0625" bleed on all four sides) for the following products:
Add 0.1875" bleed to each dimension for roll labels (or 0.09375" bleed on all four sides for square or rectangle roll labels) and special shapes.
Add 0.225" bleed to each dimension (or 0.1125" bleed on all four sides) for presentation folders.
Add 0.375" bleed to each dimension (or 0.1875" bleed on all four sides) for booklets, calendars, and catalogs.
Please build your press-ready digital files by adding crop marks.
a. Fonts must be embedded in PDF files.
All critical elements (text, images, logos, etc.) must be kept at least 0.125" inside the edge. Anything left close to edge may be cut off during trimming.
Please allow 1/16" cutting space around your card. No borders are recommended, as shifting in the cutting process may make borders appear uneven.
Listed below are some examples: