- Use bold graphics
- Leave plenty of space
- Consider location of the box
- Do not forget to think through the size
- Do not use dull colors
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NoteEstimated dates valid only if the order is approved today, Monday, January 27th, 2020 An order is considered approved only when: If you selected Straight To Production - One of our customer service reps has checked the files for any potential issues. This may take 6 to 24 hours. If you selected I Wish To See A Proof - You approve your proofs. Online proofs may take 6 to 24 hours.
"Bleed" is a printing term used to indicate the area that will be trimmed off after the job is printed and cut down to the finished size. Since the bleed extends 1/8" all around the card, your document set-up should be 1/4" taller (1/8" on top and 1/8" on the bottom) and 1/4" wider (1/8" on the left and 1/8" on the right) than the finished size of the card. The chart below indicates what the document set-up should be for a particular finished size.
Be aware that text or images too close to the TRIM LINE (shown in SOLID PINK) will be cut off. Make sure that your background image extends 1/8" past the TRIM LINE.
In the above illustration, the background image needs to extend to the BLUE LINE. Be sure to extend the background image to bleed or the white of the paper may show in the final cut down product. The chart above indicates what the document set-up should be for a particular finished size
|If Your Card Is a||Your Document Set-Up Should be|
|Business Card (2" x 3.5")||2.25" x 3.75"|
|3" x 3"||3.25" x 3.25"|
|8.5" x 11"||11.25" x 17.25"|
|13" x 19"||13.25" x 19.25"|
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