Custom Art

We have a tool for creating custom art that you and your friends will love! Have fun customizing art and fonts or upload your own artwork. Please be sure to review the Artwork requirements if your have any questions about what works best.

Not quite getting the look you want? Use the Design Studio to get started then send it to use with your instructions, and we will take it from there.

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Art Requirements
We want your decoration to look fantastic, and high quality artwork is required to do so. Basically, it boils down to the old saying, "garbage in, garbage out." Here's what we mean...
Vector-Based Artwork:

Vector images (a.k.a. Object-Oriented or Drawn-Images) are defined as a series of points joined by lines or formulas. Vector-based images are resolution independent, which means you can easily resize them from thumbnail size to billboard size and not lose any quality of your image. If you had your artwork created by a graphic designer, you more than likely can get your artwork in this format.

File Extensions usually read- .ai, .eps, or .cdr. We work with Adobe products so we prefer .ai or .eps formats. This is different then Corel Draw .cdr extension. Convert all text to Outlines prior to sending. This will avoid any problems with your fonts not matching ours. Want specific colors? Include them with your artwork. We can match most Pantone numbers. If you hav very specific colors, then ask your graphic artist what PMS (Pantone Matching System) colors are.

Pixel-Based Artwork:
Artwork not created by a graphic designer? It is likely a pixel-based file from a program such as Photoshop, Paint, Publisher, Word, etc., or using Clip Art and fonts. Pixel images (a.k.a. Raster Images) are made of individual dots (pixels). When you zoom in, you can see individual squares that make the total image. Resizing these images, produce a poor quality image. If you must send a pixel based art, please send us a clean .bmp, .jpg, .tif, .pdf, or .gif. File resolution must be 300 dpi (dots per inch). The image must be as large or larger than the finished decoration as we cannot enlarge pixel-based artwork. Poor pixel-based artwork will be subject to a vectoring and/or art charge.
Steph Wolfe
Brian Stanilla
Vice President