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    What is bleed?

    In printing, bleed refers to printing that goes beyond the edge of the paper before the trimming process. This is the area that will be trimmed off to create the effect of color going to the edge of the paper.


    Can I order a size, paper or quantity not listed on your site?

    Yes, you can definitely order a size, paper, or quantity that is not listed on our site. We offer customizable options on most of our products, including size, paper stock, and quantity, as well as folding, die-cutting, and perforations, among others.

    Contact us to provide specifications on the product you want and one of our specialists will review your request.


    Do you offer design services?

    Yes, we offer design services. We have an in-house design team comprised of some of the most talented graphic designers in the industry. From simple design edits to starting from scratch, we can provide designs that will suit your style and goals.

    Contact us to provide specifications on the product you want and one of our specialists will review your request.


    What are the different paper stocks?

    Paper Stock

    Also called book or text, this type of paper is made specifically for print. This type of stock is typically used for flyers, brochures, and posters. The thickness of this stock is measured in pounds (lb.), called the basis weight. In the United States, the basis weight is defined as the weight of 500 sheets of paper in its basic production size. The higher the basis weight, the thicker the paper.

    Here are the available weights we offer for paper stock:

    60 lb. – Our thinnest available paper stock, but still durable. This paper weight is best used for letterheads, inside pages of catalogs and booklets.

    70 lb. – Thicker then our 60 lb. paper, this stock adds durability.

    100 lb. – This paper stock is the thickest available. It’s ideal for flyers and brochures, as the thickness helps it withstand increased handling.



    Also called cover stock, cardstock is thicker than paper stock but is more flexible than a paperboard. The thickness makes it ideal for business cards, postcards, and greeting cards. Cardstock is measured in points (pt.) derived from the thickness of a single piece of paper. A paper measuring .014 inch thick would have a 14 pt. measurement. Again, the larger the number, the thicker the paper.

    Here are the available thickness of our cardstock:

    14 pt. – Popularly used for business cards, presentation folders, and booklet covers.

    16 pt. – Slightly thicker cardstock option best suited for invitations.


    What is your turnaround time?

    Most items ship within 3 days 

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