All my finished printable creations are ready for you to print, cut out, and assemble yourself. You can use scissors or paper cutter to cut out the product and if you purchase gift/hang tags you can use a hole punch for those items and tie with ribbon or raffia.
Each file prints on 8.5″ x 11″ regular or cardstock paper.
For best results print most of the printables on heavy cardstock paper. There are some printables that can be printed on regular paper if desired. It’s really up to you on what paper you want to use, cardstock paper will last longer but isn’t really needed for some of the printable items, but that’s just my opinion, if they tear, which they probably will, you can just print it again.
You receive a 300 dpi JPG in a PDF file for crisp and clear printing.
Keep in mind every monitor and printer is different so the exact colors you see on the monitor may not be the exact same when printed.
If you purchase printable items from websites the display product samples are really bold and beautiful looking but when you print that item the colors appear different than what you viewed the item from your monitor/tablet/phone, that’s because almost every printer in the world uses CMYK Colors (Cyna, Magenta, Yellow, Black). Therefore, when viewing the product in RBG (Red, Blue, Green) which is for digital web viewing on your monitor and then printing it in CMYK it will more than likely not produce the desired results.
RBG colors are brighter, so those bright colors can’t be reproduced when printing and those bright RBG colors will seem dull. There are some software programs available that you can change from RBG to CMYK before printing.
I use CMYK Colors for ALL my printables, therefore, the colors you see of my samples from your computer, tablet or phone should be close to the color that you will get when you print the item(s).
RBG (red, blue, green) colors are used for viewing on computers/phones/tablets and making digital products like page banners and anything web related, NOT for printing.
Below is the color differences between CMYK for printing and RBG for digital/web
When you purchase a PDF or ZIP file from this site it is yours forever. You may print as many copies as you want. It’s best to save them on your computer or a flash drive so you know where they are and they don’t get lost. When a printable item tears or wears out just print another one.
You may NOT sell, transfer or give away any PDF or ZIP file from this website.