Thank you so much for your interest in purchasing one of our downloadable prints!
Once purchased, you will receive an email link where you will be directed to the printable you have chosen. This email is sent automatically from our system, and you should receive it within minutes of your purchase. (However, this may take just a little longer on holidays). If for some reason you don't receive an email within 5 minutes, please check your spam folder, then email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will take care of you!
The PDF file you will download is designed as an 8.5 x 11 inch file (created to print on traditional letter size paper) @ 300 dpi. The intended use of the file is that you print the artwork on your printer and enjoy the print yourself and/or gift additional prints as you like, but not exceeding ten prints (unless you have written consent from Lindsay Letters). You may not use the artwork in any other way than it’s original intent. For example, you may not forward the file, redistribute and/or sell the print, or use the artwork to create canvases or posters. You may not separate the artwork and use it as part of an invitation or any other piece, printed or digital. We greatly appreciate your compliance!
To enjoy, simply print on your home printer or at your local print center, such as FedEx Office or Office Max (they may ask for written consent from the creator, and you can find that note from me, included in the PDF). If you’re used to printing in this way, you can simply email them your PDF with the print specs (just call them for their email address) and they’ll let you know when it’s ready. However, if you’d like more hands-on help, I suggest putting the file on a drive of sorts and then heading in to your local print center so you can discuss with someone about the paper you’d like, etc.
People often ask me what paper is best and honestly, I’ve used everything. When I’m in a pinch and putting it in a frame, sometimes I’ll even skip the cardstock and use good ‘ole normal printer paper. No one will know! If you'd like to use fancy paper, my favorite paper to print on at home is Paper Source Luxe White 78# Cover Weight Paper. It has a slight texture which makes even inkjet prints feel fancy! People also have good luck with photo paper.