paperandinkdesignco

Paper & Ink Design Co.

Cleveland, Ohio · 8628 Sales

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Note from shop owner Paper & Ink will be taking a break to welcome our baby girl. If you currently have orders with us we will be in touch within the next few days with your files. Thanks for the love! Be back up and running sometime end of October! Xoxo - Dana

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Last updated on Sep 19, 2018

Paper & Ink will be taking a break to welcome our baby girl. If you currently have orders with us we will be in touch within the next few days with your files. Thanks for the love! Be back up and running sometime end of October! Xoxo - Dana

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  • Paper & Ink

    Owner, Designer

    Hello! My name is Dana and I am the owner and head designer at Paper & Ink. I am a former advertising AD turned stay-at-home mom to a beautiful one-year-old boy. I love all things design - especially typography. Thanks for stopping by, enjoy!

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Last updated on May 8, 2018
Frequently asked questions
What file is better JPEG or PDF?

I always recommend customers order PDF's. PDF's hold the quality of the work better. However, if you plan on printing with Vista Print or an online site, most of them require JPEG's. Also if you plan on printing on photo paper, then JPEG's are good to use.

What are these marks and color boxes on my PDF?

The color boxes and crop marks are called printers marks. They are guides to help assist the printer where to cut out the product. They will not appear on your final product.

Where do you recommend printing?

ONLINE OPTIONS:
1. Vistaprint: LOVE Vista. Wonderful quality, and quick turnaround. If you plan on using Vista, please put note in seller's box.

2. Zazzle

3. Shutterfly

4. MOO Printing

DIY:
1. Print from home

2. Kinko’s, Staples, UPS, Office Depot, Costco (PDF recommended)

3. CVS, Walgreens, Target (will only print on photo paper, no back will print, JPEG required)

What kind of cardstock should I use?

If you plan on printing with cardstock, I would choose one that is at least 100lbs or more. I personally like 130lb cardstock, it looks and feels professional.

As far as the finishing goes, matte or glossy, it really is a personal preference. If the piece you are printing has lots of color, it may look good to get glossy finish to really make those colors pop. But like I said, it's a personal choice.