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- Use any form of standard 8.5″ x 11″ paper or cardstock.
- To save on ink/toner, set your printer setting to print the pages in grayscale or black and white. If you’d like to enjoy the printables in full color but still want to save on ink/toner, print it in draft mode.
- To print in full, beautiful color, remove any color correcting settings your printer may have and print with the highest quality setting.
- Use heavyweight, 8.5″ x 11″ matte photo paper.
- Use your printer’s highest quality settings (read its manual for details) and be sure to turn off any automatic color correction settings.
For online printing, I recommend Shutterfly; for in-person, I recommend Staples (you’ll be able to upload the printables via their website and pick them up in-store).
- Have the printer use standard 8.5″ x 11″ paper or cardstock.
- If printing in full color, remove any automatic color correction settings there may be.
- Request heavyweight, 8.5″ x 11″ matte or gloss photo paper.
- If printing in full color, remove any automatic color corrections settings there may be.
8" x 10" Frames
Some of our art prints come in an 8.5″ x 11″ print size. This means they will fit nicely in a document sized frame. If you’d like to put them in an 8″ x 10″ frame, you can do so easily in one of the following two ways.
Download and print the Cutting Border onto the front or back of your already printed art print. You probably want to do a test print of this border first to ensure that it will fit properly around your art print in case printer settings aren’t adjusted correctly.
Once you have the border printed onto the art print, simply cut along the lines.
Remove the glass from an 8″ x 10″ picture frame. Lay it atop the printed art print and place it where it looks best. Trace with a pen or pencil then cut along your trace lines.