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Order a Sample:
Would you like to order a sample? Open the "Quantity and Price" menu, and click the "Order Samples" checkbox at the top of the menu. You cannot order printed samples, just plain samples. Type the amount of samples you would like to order into the "Custom Quantity" box, then click "Add to Cart"
**NOTE** Paperweight does not refer to the actual weight of a single piece of paper.
|Paper & Envelopes
|Cardstock & Notecards
Start From Scratch
Choose "Plain" if you would like this item without any printing, in other words, blank.
Choose the "Add Printing Now" option to design your item online, to upload files that you've already created, to reorder a printed item that you've purchased in the past and/or to add recipient addressing to your envelopes. (Recipient Addressing means pre-addressed envelopes)
Design Now: Use our easy-to-use online designer. Choose one of our ready-made templates, or start from scratch!
Use a Complete Design: Choose this option if your print files are ready to go. Uploading your own artwork allows for full creative control over your project and comes with a Free Digital Proof to ensure your satisfaction. If you've already used our printing services and would like to place a re-order, simply log into your account and re-order with the same artwork. You can also choose to make change to a past order!
Rush Production: Proofs are ready for review on the same business day. Your print order will ship 3 business days after proof approval.
One color printing means that your design contains only one ink color. Gray scale designs, contain a range of grays, and is also considered one color printing
Two color printing means that your design contains two different ink colors.
All print designs with more than two colors require an ink process called full color printing, which is also known as CMYK. CMYK stands for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Key (key means black). These four ink colors can be combined to print an unlimited number of colors. Remember, if your design contains more than two colors, select full color.
White Ink Printing:
White ink is a special, unique ink that prints best on darker colored papers and stocks. White ink can be printed with CMYK printing if the design contains white and additional color elements.
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