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Bleeds, Cut Line and Text Margins

A bleed refers to the artwork that extends beyond the finished size of the product. To make sure your artwork prints to the edge of your piece, please allow for an additional 1/8″ (.125″) on each applicable side. When setting up your files with bleeds, it is good to keep a safety margin or text margin as well. Any essential text and design elements should be positioned within this margin. Please make sure the text still maintains the required margin...
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Supporting Our Community

The Garden Club of Virginia presented “America’s Largest Open House” April 27-May 4 during the 86th anniversary of Historic Garden Week; house and garden tours were offered statewide. The Petersburg Garden Club had their tour day on April 30, 2019. Katrina Smith, one of our employees, a former member of the Petersburg Garden Club, volunteered to be a hostess that day. What a great organization to support with a day of beautiful arrangements, gardens and historic old houses. The Petersburg...
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Color Mode

Please convert your artwork files from RGB to CMYK—this will deliver the most reliable color and will prevent unexpected changes in color. If your project requires close color matching, it is always a good idea to include a hardcopy proof for us to compare. While we are often able to closely reproduce a spot PMS® ink using full color process, PMS® spot colors and process colors are produced using different methods. Please refer to a Solid to Process Color Imaging...
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