☆ Once you've received your files you can print yourself at home, via an online printing site, at a local print shop or send digitally via email, text or social media.
☆ It may be obvious but choosing the right paper option and making sure your printer is set to “High Quality” when printing will ensure that your files look their best. There’s a wide variety of papers available online or at any local craft store- from quality silk papers if you want a bit of a shine or lovely matt, textured cards. Cardstock is always recommended, especially if your file has a backing that you’re intending to use. If you use standard paper it’s likely you’ll be able to see through the paper and see elements of the design on the front / back. It’s suggested that a cardstock of 200gsm upward in weight is used. Using a thicker paper is also essential for printing files such as cup cake toppers and banners. If your choice of paper is too thin it’ll result in curling.
☆ If you’re looking for your files to be printed for you there are many printing services available both online or it's always worth while looking at what's available locally.
☆ If you are in the UK and would like us to help you with printing please use the contact form and let us know what design(s) you desire and the quantity of prints required. We'll then get back to you with a quote.
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