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No risk! Send us your order and we will email or post a proof to you for your approval - before we go to print. We want you to be delighted and we will make sure that you are. We want you to become one of our thousands of regular customers.
Artwork - Either you can supply the finished artwork (89mm x 139mm plus a 2mm bleed - images 300dpi please) or we can create the artwork for you.
Printed full colour, single or double sided, on a 350gsm smooth white board. From your artwork or ours* Prices are plus VAT.
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Artwork* The above prices assume that you supply finished print-ready PDF artwork with 2mm bleed. Centreprint Studio are happy to produce the artwork for you, from your supplied images and wording, to your rough layout, for a fixed fee.
Single sided QSL card artwork add £10 plus VAT - Double sided QSL card artwork adds £15 plus VAT. See below for an artwork guide.
All paper and board used by Centreprint is sourced from responsibly managed woodlands where at least two trees are planted for every one that is felled. In addition to this, every time that Centreprint buys their bulk paper and board stocks from their supplier, we also make a voluntary payment to The Woodland Trust who plant UK woodlands for leisure and wildlife use. None of these forests will EVER be used for paper production. This means that these delightful broad-leaved woodlands, planted with our native species such as beech, oak and ash, will hopefully be there for many hundreds of years, for our grandchildren and great-grandchildren to enjoy. Trees are the lungs of the planet!
We'll email or post a proof to you quickly so that you can check it. Once you are happy with the proof we will print and despatch to you within 2/3 working days - often faster.
Creating artwork for a printed QSL is simple. Just follow this guide to creating the artwork. See also making a PDF from Adobe InDesign. Don't forget to allow for bleed. ®