Artwork Tips

Viewing Your Imprint Here

  • Part of the customisation process is adding your text to the product. Simply type in the text you want, and you’ll see it in the on-screen preview-it’s our way of making sure you love how it looks!

Adding a Logo to Your Order

  • 1. Click the "Design it yourself" tab
    in the customisation process.

    2. Click the "Images" icon.

    3. Click the "Upload Image" button
    and select your logo.

    4. A screen will pop up.
    where you can make edits.

    Once you’re happy with it, click“Place Image”.

Accepted Logo File Types

  • We want your logo to look its best, so please upload your logo in vector format.
    Note: Changing the file name to a vector file extension will not change the file type.

    Preferred Vector File Types:

    • PDF (Adobe Acrobat)

    Embed the fonts used or export as generic .eps

    • AI or EPS (Adobe Illustrator)
    Convert text to outlines and embed any linked images

    Other Accepted File Types:

    • BITMAPS (.jpg, .tif, .pcx, .gif, .png, .bmp)

    • DOC, PPT or PUB (Microsoft Office files)

      Embed or include fonts

Raster vs Vector

  • Please send us vector files to ensure your logo looks crisp. Vector files maintain high image quality at any size, whereas raster files look pixelated.

    Raster

    Vector

How to Convert Text to Outlines

  • Converting your text to outlines prior to sending/uploading your file will ensure your artwork is printed exactly as you submitted it.
    Here''s how to convert your text to outlines in Illustrator::

    1. Select the text layer. 2. Click "Type." 3. Click "Create Outlines".

    Before

    After

Full-Colour Artwork


  • Resolution

    Please make sure your file is at least 300dpi or is vector art. If your image is below 300dpi, please do not increase the resolution, as that will result in a blurry image.

    Bleed

    Bleed is a term that describes the printing that goes beyond the edge of a document so there is no white space visible, like the blue space shown in the image example. To have a full-bleed image, extend the background all the way to the edge and slightly past it to prevent any white borders from showing.

    Web Images

    Images taken from a website are typically 72dpi and are not high enough quality to be printed. We also don’t recommend web images because you may run into copyright restrictions. Using images with a large resolution from a stock photo website is accepted.

Imprint Types

  • Laser Engraved

    A laser carefully etches your imprint onto the item.

    Screen Print Ink

    A screen is used to press the ink onto the item.

    Full Colour

    Perfect for printing full-colour photos.

    Full-Colour Inkjet

    Full-Colour Inkjet Creates a long-lasting, vibrant imprint.

    Pad Print

    A flexible pad with ink transfers your imprint.

    Sublimation

    When heat is used to transfer dye onto a surface.

    Emboss

    Your imprint is raised onto the item’s surface.

    Deboss

    Your imprint is pressed into the item’s surface.

    Embroidery

    Perfect for stitching your imprint onto cloth.

Low, factory-direct pricing

We keep the prices low so you can make a lot of impressions.

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