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Including weekend & holidays
No shipping charge as it is digital goods
Current turnaround time is 24 hours or less
Thanks to the wonderful fast online delivery internet
All Graphics are formatted as 300 DPI Resolution
DON’T use color paper - print on white paper, white cardstock or photo paper or heavy weight matte paper
- print 1 to a page on 4x6 or 5x7 inch photo paper. You can print at a photo lab or at home on a photo printer.
- print 2 to a page on 8.5x11 inch paper. Once printed you will need to trim with scissors or a paper trimmer. You can print at home or a print shop.
Snapfish, Shutterfly, Walgreens online, Walmart, CVS, Costco, VistaPrint, Office Depot, Uprinting.com, Gotprint.com or Catprint.com or Redtagprinting.org - There are numerous places to print online and locally.
Please Note: Due to individual store policies, some print shops may not print files with trademarked characters.
Due to the nature of the products - all sales are final. If there is a problem with your order, please let me know, and I will work with you to correct the problem. Keep in mind that unless you purchase printing service from Your Main Event Print, we are only responsible for the digital file and NOT the printing aspect of your file.
Yes, As long as you give me the text as you need on your design along with the English version and any requests or instructions for your order in English.
Accidents happen, and files can be lost. Don't worry - you can download your file again through your account. There is no limit.
No, I do not put any of my designs onto Avery templates (or any other kind). My customers have not had success when printing using such templates. The labels tend to go through the printer crooked, and then the design doesn't line up properly and the labels are wasted.
All my designs are meant to be cut out by hand with scissors, a paper cutter, or with a craft punch. You can purchase the craft/scrapbook punches at Hobby Lobby, Michaels, or on Amazon.com.
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