Any important content of your design (text and graphics) should be offset from the edge by a minimum of 0.2".
Bleed is the artwork that extends past the trim line or finished size of your product. If any element of your artwork is designed to be printed to the edge, it must be extended past the trim line and into the bleed area by a minimum of 0.0625".
The addition of bleed compensates for uncontrollable shifts that occur during the printing and trimming process; and ensures that any content touching the edges does not leave unwanted gaps or borders.
Artwork can be supplied in CMYK or RGB.
By default, we offer CMYK digital printing which consists of Cyan, Yellow, Magenta and Black inks. We do not offer white printing at this time.
When supplying your print-ready (design) files or viewing the Online PDF proof we provide with your print order, please note that the white areas are considered transparent - they represent the color of the stock.