Big Cards

by Lynn Huber on September 14, 2014

Big CardsHere are some assorted questions about big cards:

What Size is a Big Card?

8.2 x 11.5 inches

What are the photo requirements for BIG Cards?

Our state of the art Xerox iGen4T printers have a built-in technology that can double your image size without reducing the quality of your image.

So, any image that is high enough quality for our standard greeting card will work for a BIG Card!

To ensure high-quality photos on your cards, we recommend uploading photos with pixel sizes of at least 1500 x 2100.

Most of today’s digital cameras (3.0 megapixels or more) will capture images at this resolution or higher.

Why does the size of the BIG Card look the same as a regular-sized card in the Card Editor?

In the Card Editor, your BIG Card will appear the same size as a regular-sized card.

An easy way to verify that you are creating a BIG Card is to click on “Print Preview,” which will show you a much larger version of the card than your normally would if it was a regular-sized card.

Why is there a cardboard insert sent with each BIG Card?

A cardboard insert has been included in each envelope to prevent the BIG Cards from bending or folding.

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By Lynn Huber

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p.s.  Use Big Cards when you really want to make a BIG impression.  🙂

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