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These 300dpi/ppi print templates are provided, free of charge, for common print design needs. These are provided, as is, without any warranty of any kind. These downloads will help provide a reference point or framework for your project, as you see fit. The download options are limited to what is on this page, but new options will be added regularly.
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All templates provided include a ⅛” bleed. The technical specs are listed with the object.
Business Cards – DOWNLOAD TEMPLATE
The standard business card has dimensions of 3.5″ by 2.0″. The traditional card was always printed width-wise, but modern, artistic interpretations of the card easily permit a card to be presented with artwork oriented length-wise. For printing purposes, orientation does not matter in the least.
3.75 inches w x 2.25 inches h
1175 pixels w x 675 pixels h
3.5 inches w x 2.0 inches h
1050 pixels w x 600 pixels h
Postcard: 9″ x 6″ – DOWNLOAD TEMPLATE
9.250 inches w x 6.250 inches h
2775 pixels w x 1875 pixels h
9.000 inches w x 6.000 inches h
2700 pixels w x 1800 pixels h
Postcard: 8.5″ x 5.5″ – DOWNLOAD TEMPLATE
8.750 inches w x 5.750 inches h
2625 pixels w x 1725 pixels h
8.500 inches w x 5.500 inches h
2550 pixels w x 1650 pixels h
Tri-Fold (A4) Outer – DOWNLOAD OUTER FLAP
The inner flap is below the outer flap. Additionally, this template includes a free logo that can be edited with your own information.
11.95 inches w x 8.50 inches h
3586 pixels w x 2556 pixels h
11.72 inches w x 8.30 inches h
3516 pixels w x 2486 pixels h
Tri-Fold (A4) Inner – DOWNLOAD INNER FLAP
On all files, turn on guides to see the markers. The outer guide to the edge of the document defines the bleed area. All the area on the inside of these guides is the “live” document. Going beyond the bleed guide will result in “clipping” of any item that extends into the bleed area.
The inner guide is a suggested outer edge for all text or artwork. Going over this edge is usually okay.
The file is also designed with a blank layer and a matte later (so it’s easier to see guides on the transparency) in gray. You may hide any or all layers, as you see fit.
See reference file above.