When designing custom wrapping paper with us, it's essential to understand the difference between heavy ink coverage and light ink coverage. Simply put:
Light Ink Coverage: Your design takes up roughly half or less of the paper's area. Think of it as a sprinkling of patterns or elements across the sheet, allowing a good amount of the base paper to show through.
Heavy Ink Coverage: This refers to designs where more than 50% of the paper's area is covered in ink. It might look like a dense pattern or design where much of the background paper is obscured.
A handy rule of thumb? If you feel your design fills up about half the paper, it's likely light coverage. If it covers more than half, then it falls into the heavy coverage category. This distinction helps ensure that your wrapping paper prints perfectly and meets your design intentions!