Personalized thank you cards are a great way to send your thanks. Thank you cards are 3.5 x 5 inches folded and come with white envelopes. They are digitally printed on 110 pound card stock and have a smooth satin finish. Return address printing is available on the back flap of the included envelopes.
Here are some simple guidelines to follow when selecting your photo.
The higher the resolution the better. We recommend at least 300 dpi for the best print quality. Most thumbnails or smaller images that you save off of a photo storage site are not high enough resolution to provide a good quality print. As a rule of thumb, the larger the picture opens up on your screen, the better it will be for printing.
If your photo is not clear or is “rough” on your computer monitor you can expect your printed product to have the same effect.
If your picture appears dark on your monitor it will also appear dark in print. We can make minor adjustments to pictures, including red-eye reducing, converting to black and white or sepia, etc, but we cannot improve the overall quality of the image.
Please send us the original photo, uncropped and unedited, as we can make those adjustments for you. We accept the following file types: .jpg, .gif, .png, and .tiff.
We cannot accept links to photo storage sites. We will not be able to access your photo.
Some basic digital photo tips: Lighting is everything! Make sure your photo is taken with the possible lighting. As with all photography, natural lighting is the best. Most digital cameras allow you to edit the lighting setting depending on your situation. Be sure to take advantage of these settings. Make sure you or your subject remains perfectly still! Motion will cause blurriness, and this will only lead to blurred prints! Take your picture with the highest resolution setting possible on your specific camera. The higher the resolution, the larger the photo file and the better the print quality you can expect. The best tip of all? Want the best photo and print possible? Make friends with a photographer!