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(Please read over our artwork guidelines before uploading your files to prevent any delays stemming from poor artwork submissions)
  • All templates can be provided by upon request.

  • Please do not make any changes to our templates nor resize them from their original dimensions.

  • Extend all background graphics to the BLEED LINE and keep all important info inside the SAFE AREA.

  • We accept Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and Vector PDF’s. Please no InDesign files.

  • Logos should be in VECTOR format (.ai, .eps, .pdf) and all text  should be converted to outlines.

  • If you have any raster images within your artwork please insure they are at least 72 dpi at full size and that they are linked within the template. Include linked images in a separate folder.

  • Photoshop files should be flattened with no layers.

  • Opacities less than 30% will not show up when printed.

  • We can print Pantones and CMYK. Using Pantones will insure direct color matching.

  • We CANNOT print metallic or fluorescent colors.

  • Send any artwork larger than 10MB via or by clicking the link above.


RASTER images (photographs, JPG, JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF and TIFF) are pixel based images. Pixels are individual colors that comprise an entire image. When scaled, pixel images can look distorted. When designing in pixel based programs (i.e. Photoshop) please design the graphic to size so that no size adjustment is needed.

VECTOR images (logos, illustrations, AI, PDF and EPS) are images made by your program (i.e. Illustrator) mathematically defining points, lines and curves in your graphic. This allows the image to be scaled to any size and edited fairly easily.


RGB is projected against a screen using light. The use of Red, Green and Blue together produce the colors you see on your monitor. With the combination of light from the screen these colors appear bright and vibrant. Keep in mind that no two monitors are calibrated in exactly the same way. This means that an RGB color on one screen might look slightly different on another. RGB is best used for web and NOT print.


CMYK is the combination of Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black to produce printed color. CMYK colors are mixed during the printing process itself, which can sometimes cause very slight inconsistencies in color throughout a printing run. It’s usually not a particularly perceptible change, but it’s something to keep in mind when using logos with specific color branding. Note: the CMYK circle to the left is what the RGB color up-top looks like when printed.


PMS stands for Pantone Matching System, which is a universal color matching system used primarily in printing. Unlike RGB and CMYK, PMS colors are created with pre-mixed ink long before the image is actually produced, resulting in the most consistent color possible. PMS colors should be used when you need a specific color to be printed.

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