Sunday, June 7, 2009

Photo Design

This Christmas, give your friends and family a piece of art. Patchwork Portraits is excited to introduce a distinctively different, custom-designed holiday cards. These cards are professionally printed on 5x7 100-lb. cardstock. The pricing includes a double-sided design - perfect for displaying your family photos on one side and a personalized Christmas greeting on the reverse. Please feel free to contact me for additional information.

A sample of a design for the front...

A sample of a design for the reverse...

Minimum order is 30 cards. Prices include a guaranteed delivery of four weeks. Rush delivery available.
30-49 cards . . . $3 each
50-99 cards . . . $2.50 each
100+ cards . . . $2 each

If you are looking for something more standard, try our basic cards. Designs are printed on 4x6 photo paper. Minimum order is 25 cards. Pricing for cards is based on the quantity ordered.
$1.30/card for orders between 25-50 cards
$0.95/card for orders between 50-100 cards
$0.80/card for orders of more than 100 cards

What a great way to display photos! Using our professional photos or your candids, layouts can be designed from a previous design or it can be created using your imagination or mine – the possibilities are endless! Please include all necessary information you would like included on your order. When ready, a low-resolution proof of your layout will be sent to you for your review. Once the order has been finalized, your printed order will be available for pick-up or delivery. Scrapbook layouts are generally 12x12 or 8.5x11 but custom sizes are also available. Please feel free to email for additional information.

Information you may want to specify:
Holiday Cards: Greeting, Names, Date
Invitations: Occasion Title, Name(s), Date, Time, Place, RSVP information
Birth Announcements: Name, Family’s Name(s), Date & Time, Weight, Length

Tips for your photos:
Following these suggestions will ensure the final result to be of high-quality:

  • High resolution images: Please send your photos by email with the highest-resolution possible (do not format your photos to email-quality before sending them)

  • Lighting (if more than one photo): Outdoor photos are typically the easiest to work with; however, if you wish to have more than one photo included, it is advised to have the same lighting for all photos.

  • Backgrounds: Try to ensure that the background is not distracting to the subject of the photo. Avoid bright colors or cluttered areas.

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