We provide templates for each bag design in various preset sizes.
Our templates are all Adobe Illustrator files (.ai) compatible with Adobe Illustrator versions 9 to CC.
Make sure to unzip the compressed file (.zip) before working on the template.
Use the correct template for your design and size.
If you would like a bag produced outside of our preset sizes simply modify the template to fit the new dimensions.
Our templates were all created in Adobe Illustrator for Windows.
-Make sure to save the compressed file with the file extension .zip and unzip the file before using the templates.
-When directly downloading the Illustrator file (.ai), make sure the file is saved with the extension .ai.
Understanding the submission process can help you get your finished product quickly with no issues.
Providing us with a sample image helps us in approving your data and ensuring you get a quality final product.
Follow the guidelines on the template for your design to create a sample image like below.
|The most commonly used file type/program for printing, logos, illustrations, and so on.|
|EPS||Compatible with a wide variety of design programs.|
|JPEG||A standard image format. Make sure any image file is of the proper dimensions and has a resolution over 300 dpi.|
|Allows your design to be viewed in many different environments.
When submitting a PDF file, your design must originally have been created in Illustrator or a similar design program.
|TIFF||Another type of image file compatible with many image editing programs.
Commonly used for photos meant for print.
-Design files submitted through our site must be 20MB or less.
-File names cannot contain symbols or special characters.
-For files larger than 20MB you can send it to us through a cloud file service. In that case, make sure your file name includes your order number.
When inserting a transparent image from Photoshop into Illustrator make sure you have created a clipping path for the image.
If you embed the image into your Illustrator file without creating a clipping path, the image background
Creating a Clipping Path
-1.Open an image that you have already created a path for in Photoshop.
-2.Click the down arrow (▼) on the upper right of the Paths palette to open the Paths menu.
-3.Click “Save Path”, name your path, and click to save.
-4.Open the menu again and click “Clipping Path”.
-5.Select the path you made in Step 3. Click to save after adjusting the Smoothness as needed.
-6.Save your image as an EPS, TIFF, PNG, or other image file that keeps transparency.