How to supply your artwork - A step by step guide

How to supply your artwork - A step by step guide

A few customers have contacted us asking how to add artwork to their order when ordering online, so for those of you who skipped the specs on the product page, here's a step by step guide to uploading your artwork. Place your order and go through the checkout process. You will receive an email conformation of your order which will include a link to upload your artwork and your order number (you'll need this in a moment). Clicking on the 'UPLOAD ARTWORK' link will take you to our upload portal. Follow t [...]  Read more
I want a product but can't order it or see a price

I want a product but can't order it or see a price

We previously wrote a blog post about the price increases we were having to enforce, and unfortunately costs have continued to rise on such a regular basis that keeping all the web shop prices up to date on all the products (and their variables such as size, quantity, paper stock etc) is almost a full time job in itself. Time much better spent printing your orders. For products where we have seen our costs change the most often (and which due to their variables have complex pricing), we have disabled the p [...]  Read more
Price Increases

Price Increases

Some of you may have noticed that a some of our prices have risen recently. We never like to raise prices, although in reality we've been on the receiving end of multiple price increases this year in our supply chains which we are unfortunately no longer able to absorb and must increase our prices. So why is everything going up? You've probably already noticed a rise in prices when doing the food shop, and unfortunately it's pretty much the same story across all industries around the world with a number o [...]  Read more
A quick guide to bleed and safe areas

A quick guide to bleed and safe areas

For the many of our products your artwork will need to include a bleed. A bleed is an additional area of background colour or image that extends the artwork beyond the size of the finished item and enables edge-to-edge print.If we only printed up to the trim line (without any bleed), a slight movement during the trimming process could result in white lines along the edges. The industry standard bleed is 3mm for most printed paper and card products. What this means is that each edge of the artwork should [...]  Read more
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