Product description

Matte finish is our standard and most popular finish. If you are looking for a silky, elegant finish, then our Matte is the way to go! This finish is smooth to the touch and will complement any design. It is the most cost-effective option with the great result!  It has a touch of gloss to the paper, but not too shiny. If you are looking to no shine at all, please choose “enviro” option.

UV ( high gloss) finish - Our glossiest finish - most shine for a standout look. 

Matt lamination 95 Bright 14pt card Stock becomes smooth 16pt with double-sided lamination. Matt lamination offers more durability. The lamination protects the surface of the card and gives the card a unique feel.

Our semi-gloss AQ offers a semi-gloss finish that is not too matte and not too glossy, it is just right.

13pt Enviro Stock - very matte, uncoated. 

Gloss text - like magazine paper

60lb Offset Text - a touch thicker than plain 24 lb stock. Best choice for the letterheads

Call 1-877-367-0078 or e-mail

Here is the list of our products:

Ad mailEnvelopesPlaque Mounting
Aluminum SignsFile FoldersPlastic
AnnouncementsFlyersPlastic Cards
Art ReproductionsFoamcore mountingPolitical Printing
Backlit signsFolded Business CardsPostcards
BannersFolded Business Posters
BillboardsCardsPost-it® Notes
BindingFoldersPresentation Folders
Blueprints PrintingFoldingPricetags
Blueprints scansFormsPromotional
BookletsGift CertificatesPull up Banners
BookmarksGraphic designRack Cards
BrochuresGreeting CardsReceipt Books
Business CardsHang TagsRemittance Envelopes
CalendarsHoliday CardsReports
Campaign PrintingID CardsRestoration
Canvas printingInvitationsRoll Labels
Canvas StretchingInvoicesRuffle Tickets
Car MagnetsLabelsSandwich Boards
Carbonless FormsLaminated Business cardsScanning
CardsLaminating (up to 36" wide)Sell Sheets
CatalogsLarge format printsSigns
CD CoversLarge PostersStapling
Coil Bound BookletsLetterheadsStationary
Coroplast SignsLogosStickers
Corporate IdentityMagnetsTable Tents
Corporate PrintingMailersTags
CouponsMembership CardsTickets
Custom PrintingMenusTop laminating
CuttingNCR FormsTraining Manuals
Desktop PublishingNewslettersTypesetting
Digital File ManipulationNote PadsVariable printing
Digital PrintingNumbered InvoicesVine labels
Direct MailNumbered TicketsVinyl  prints
Door HangersPerforated TicketsVinyl Banners
DrawingsPeronalised PrintingWall Calendars
EditingPhoto EditingWedding Invitations
Engineering PrintsPhotocopiesYard Signs 

File Preparation

Save or Export In InDesign

  1. Choose File > Export.
  2. Specify a name and location for the file.
  3. For Save As Type (Windows) or Format (Mac OS), choose Adobe PDF (Print), and then click Save.
  4. Do one of the following:
    • To use a predefined set of job options, choose a preset from the Adobe PDF Preset menu.
    • To create a PDF/X file, either choose a PDF/X preset from the Adobe PDF Preset menu, or choose a predefined PDF/X format from the Standard menu.
    • To customize options, select a category from the list on the left and then set the options.
  5. For Compatibility, choose the lowest PDF version necessary to open the files you create.
  6. Specify the following Accessibility Options under the Advanced tab, if necessary:
    • Display Title: Choose what to display in the title bar of Acrobat when it opens your PDF. Available options are Document Title and File Name.
    • Language: Choose the document language for the PDF. This determines the default language for the exported PDF. If the required language is not in the list, you can also type the standard language ISO code.
  7. Click Export (Windows) or Save (Mac OS).

Prepare Layers Before Exporting a Book to PDF

When you export a book to PDF, you can show and hide InDesign layers in the PDF document. To avoid duplication of layer names in the PDF, you can merge the layers on export.

If the Merge Identically Named Layers On Export option is selected, layer names appear under the same book name in Acrobat or Reader. If this option is not selected, layer names appear separately under each document name.
  1. If you don’t want certain layers to be merged, give them unique names in each book document. Layer names are case-sensitive, so “Art” and “art” layers are not merged.
  2. In the Book panel menu, select Merge Identically Named Layers On Export.

Export a Book to PDF

  1. Do one of the following:
    • To create a PDF of the entire book, click in a blank area of the Book panel to deselect any selected documents, and choose Export Book To PDF in the Book panel menu.
    • To create a PDF of documents within a book, select the document or documents in the Book panel, and choose Export Selected Documents To PDF in the Book panel menu.
  2. Specify a name and location for the PDF file, and then click Save.
  3. Either choose a preset from the Adobe PDF Preset menu, or select a category from the list on the left of the Export Adobe PDF dialog box, and then customize the options.
  4. Click Export (Windows) or Save (Mac OS).

Reduce PDF Size

For PDF files that are intended to be distributed for viewing purposes only, you may want to reduce the size of PDF files when you export from InDesign. Here are some of the size reduction techniques you can use in the Export Adobe PDF dialog box:
  • Choose [Smallest File Size] from the Adobe PDF Preset menu.
  • In the Compression area, downsample images to 72 pixels per inch, select automatic compression, and select either low- or medium-image quality for color and grayscale images. When you work with photographic images, use Automatic (JPEG) compression; when you work with images that are mostly solid color, such as charts and graphs, use ZIP compression.
  • In the Output area, use the Ink Manager to convert spot colors to process colors.

Save in Illustrator PDF Format

Create an Adobe PDF

  1. Choose File > Save As or File > Save A Copy.
  2. Type a filename, and choose a location for the file.
  3. Choose Adobe PDF (*.PDF) as the file format, and click Save.
  4. Either choose a preset from the Adobe PDF Preset menu, or select a category from the list on the left of the dialog box and then customize the options.
  5. Click Save PDF.

Create a Multiple-Page Adobe PDF

Create multiple artboards in a document.
  1. Choose File > Save As, and select Adobe PDF for Save As Type.
  2. Do one of the following:
    • To save all of the artboards to one PDF, select All.
    • To save a subset of the artboards to one PDF, select Range, and type the range of artboards.
  3. Click Save, and set additional PDF options in the Save Adobe PDF dialog box.
  4. Click Save PDF.

Save in Photoshop PDF format

  1. Choose File > Save As, and then choose Photoshop PDF from the Format menu. You can select a Color option if you want to embed a color profile or use the profile specified with the Proof Setup command. You can also include layers, notes, spot color, or alpha channels. Click Save.
  2. In the Save Adobe PDF dialog box, choose an Adobe PDF preset specifying whether the Photoshop PDF file will be printed on a desktop printer or proofer, sent to a commercial printer, distributed by e-mail, displayed on the web, and so on. Choosing a preset is the easiest way to set options for your Photoshop PDF file.
  3. After you choose a preset, click Save PDF to generate your Photoshop PDF file. If you want to add security options or fine-tune the saving options for the PDF, follow the remaining steps in this procedure.
Please do not use any PMS colours in your file. The use of any PMS colours may result in an unwanted colour shift and other unexpected results.
The only accepted colour mode  is CMYK for all on-line printing. For PMS - please e-mail the files for proof printing/production directly to the store: 

For products such as business cards, we recommend avoiding the use of borders in designs. If the border is too close to the cutline, it may result in the final product being slightly off-centred. Movement of the cutter up to 1/16" inside or outside the trim line is inevitable. Border designs can be 'unforgiving' with regards to cutter movement and can make the movement of the cutter appear more pronounced.

Please prepare your file as a high-resolution PDF file with bleed.Our system only accepts PDF files, with the exception of a few special products.

In order to ensure files are submitted properly for proper orientation, we require files to be submitted HEAD TO HEAD.

We strongly encourage submitting 2 sided jobs as 1 file. For example, a 2 sided job should consist of 1 PDF, 2 pages.

We print using work and turn; therefore, files must be imposed properly to back up properly. Here is a following example of how files should be set up:

page orientation

Greeting cards and other folded print products are different and should be set up as follows:

LEGEND: OFC - Outside Front Cover; OBC - Outside back cover; ITP - Inside Top Panel; IBP - Inside Bottom Panel (a.k.a Inside Cover)

LEGEND: OFC - Outside Front Cover; OBC - Outside back cover; ILP -Inside Left Panel (a.k.a Inside Front Cover); IRP - Inside Right Panel (a.k.a Inside Back Cover)

Safe margins are 1/16" away from the cut line.

Safe margins are guidelines that help you keep important elements of your design away from the edge of your artwork so that text and images will not be cut off when trimmed down to the final size. This 1/16" accounts for the potential trimming variance. Anything outside of this safety area may get cut.

A 1/8" bleed is required on all four sides of your artwork.

Bleed is extended artwork on all sides of the artwork to allow for cutter variance. Items such as background and design elements should always extend out of the trim margin.

Failing to provide full bleed and crop marks can result in the printed product showing a thin area of white on the edge.

If your file does not contain bleed, it may be rejected by our prepress department for a new file with bleed. This can result in delaying the completion of your job.

  1. Download our guides to ensure a more optimal print result.
  2. Be sure to DELETE any hidden layers that are not intended to print (ie: setup guide layers or other hidden artwork layers) to ensure no risk of them appearing on the final print.
  3. Each job (including multiple paged projects) must be submitted as a single PDF file. Ensure that all pages are the same size.
  4. Files must be submitted with proper orientation to ensure proper back up.
  5. It is best to try to avoid using borders in your design. If a border is too close to the trim, the trim may be slightly off-center.
  6. File must consist of 1/8" bleed and all important art and text must be within the safety margin.
  7. Ensure that your PDF is high res and that all images are CMYK at 300 DPI.
  8. Black type should have the following values: C0, M0, Y0, K100.
  9. Embed or outline all fonts.
  10. For best colour results, supply a CMYK only files.

How do I submit my files?

Files shoud be PDF - CMYK - 300 dpi.

How do I submit my files?

Press the button "Upload the design".

File should be: pdf, 300 dpi, CMYK, with the bleed added, text not too close to the edges.