Twins Birth Announcement
size: 7" x 5" (but we can customize to any size needed!)
We can also create any other coordinating pieces you need! Conversation us for details!
WANT US TO TAKE CARE OF THE PRINTING? NO PROBLEM! WE NOW OFFER PRINTING SERVICES! PLEASE CONVERSATION US FOR DETAILS AND PRICING!
HOW IT WORKS:
After an order is placed with Paper Heart Company and payment is received we'll follow up with a "conversation" requesting necessary information to get started;
Size, bleed requirements, color choice (if applicable) and text as you would like it to appear.
If your invitation requires a photo, please make sure that it is the original, high resolution photo and email it to paperheartco [!at] yahoo.com
Once all information has been received, a first proof will be sent for your review & approval within 24-48 hours.
Clients are asked to review the proof and do a test print and respond via etsy conversation with either an approval or with any requested changes needed.
Once the design has been approved, Paper Heart Company will email a SINGLE print-ready, high resolution PDFs & jpg file to the email address listed on your etsy account. This file can be printed at the printer of your choice.**
Want your invitation set up 2-to-a page to save even more on printing?! We will be happy to set this up for you for an additional $2.00.
Please use the link below to add this onto your order:
WHERE TO PRINT:**
Files can be printed with any online printer such as: vistaprint.com or overnightprints.com
Files can also be taken to your local print shop including: Staples, the UPS Store, Kinkos, and Office Depot, or even printed as a photo at Wal-mart, Target, Walgreen, and CVS.
*By forwarding a photo, you agree that you are the photographer, or you have written permission from the photographer to use the image. You also agree to take full responsibility and not hold Paper Heart Company responsible for the misuse of any copyrighted images.
**Paper Heart Company cannot be held responsible for any unauthorized altering of the file, poor print quality, or printing errors done by the outside printing source.
Photos courtesy of http://www.michaelkormos.com/