Production time: 3 Business Days for Foil-Stamped, 2 Business Days for Digital Printing
What type of paper is used for the holiday cards and gathering invitations?
Our cards are printed on Premium Quality 100% Recycled Paper. For all you paper geeks out there, that would be Mohawk Loop Eco White in Vellum finish; FSC Certified; #110 lb. It's important to us that our cards remain on 100% recycled stock due to the lifecycle that cards tend to have.
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Foil stamped options are available for some card designs for an additional $0.50 per card.
Do cards come with envelopes?
Yes, each package comes with matching number of envelopes plus 1 extra per 10 ordered. For example, if you order 70 cards, you will receive 77 envelopes. These envelopes are made from 100% recycled kraft #95 lb paper. Please note, these envelopes will come with a small AU logo and will read 100% recycled on the lower backside of the envelope. We have 4 color options: Kraft (price included), White (price included), Gold Luster (additional $0.15), and Dove Grey (additional $0.15).
*The only envelope option for our non-5x7 gathering invitations is Kraft.
Can envelopes come pre-addressed?
Yes! This feature is available for our holiday cards. You can learn more about it here > Envelope Addressing.
Can I customize one of your cards to fit my own design?
At this time, the pre-set card designs we offer cannot be customized (apart from adding personal details like names and messages). Check out our Design Your Own flat cards if you're looking for something different!
Can I purchase custom card quantities?
At this time, holiday cards and gathering invitations are only sold in sets of 10.
Is the Artifact Uprising logo on the cards?
Yes, the Artifact Uprising logo is visible on the back of the cards. There is currently no way to remove our logo from the holiday cards or gathering invitations.
Can I receive a sample of my card to preview it before ordering?
We cannot print single designed cards at this time. You can preview your card online by heading into the Editor, and choosing View Page Proof.
How does the color picker work?
Some card designs (not all) include a color picker tool to customize the background colors of the card design. You can find a color you want with a color code finder or the Adobe Color Wheel. This visual tool gives you a quick hex code you can enter for any color you select from the spectrum. If you're on a Mac and want to match a color that's in your photo, the Digital Color Meter can help. Press command > space bar at the same time to bring up search, then search for 'digital color meter'. Once this took is pulled up, hover over any color on your screen to get the red/blue/green values. You can then enter these into the color finder to get the hex code.