You can go through all the work of designing something beautiful, but when it’s time to print, how can you be sure the print execution matches the beauty of the design? I’ve gotten a few requests on what the step by steps of design to print are once the design is finished, so I’m here to give answers! In this video, I describe 3 options for taking your design from the computer and placing it into your hands as a finished, fully imagined piece. Below the video, I’ve listed all of the resources mentioned in the tutorial for your convenience + confidence in making the right decisions for your specific project 🙂
How to Take Your Design to Print Resources:
Option 1: Printing at Home
Here’s the screenshot of where to select crop marks when making a pdf
You can see how to manually add score marks in this video if what you’re making needs to be folded (do not make manual crop marks for yours like what’s seen in this video! The setup for creating this greeting card is different than yours should be if you’re creating your own invite – follow instructions on setting up an invite here)
Option 2: Using an Online Printer
Brick + Mortar Printers
– find one in your area by using InkerLinker
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