What is Printable Wall Art?
Printable wall art is a simple and affordable way to customise those ‘little blank spaces’ in your home instantly!! By purchasing your downloadable print online, you not only save on expensive shipping costs but you also don’t have to wait days for your prints to arrive. You can easily print on your personal home printer or simply upload it to your favourite printing service. You also have the flexibility in choosing your print size, print surface (paper, canvas, wood, etc.) and frame colour.
How does it work?
If you’ve ever printed personal photos from your phone or digital camera then you already know the main concept of printable wall art.
1. Purchase your art from Little Blank Spaces.
2. After payment, Your files will be available to download here: http://www.etsy.com/your/
3. Once downloaded, you can then print out your files at home, upload them to an online service, or email your files to a local print shop.
What sizes can I print?
Each printable wall art prints comes in several different sizes, so you can choose the perfect size for your frame. All prints are high-resolution 300dpi and will print at high quality.
4:5 Ratio for printing:
Inch: 4×5, 8×10, 11×14, 12×15, 16×20
Cm: 10×12, 20×25, 28×35, 30×38, 40×50
3:4 Ratio for printing:
Inch: 6×8, 9×12, 12×16, 15×20, 18×24
Cm: 15×20, 22×30, 30×40, 38×50, 45×60
2:3 Ratio for printing:
Inch: 4×6, 6×9, 8×12, 10×15, 12×18, 16×24, 20×30, 24×36
Cm: 10×15, 20×30, 30×45, 40×60, 50×75, 61×91
International Paper Size for printing:
A5 / A4 / A3 / A2
Where do you recommend I take my files for printing?
I personally use Officeworks – https://www.officeworks.com.
I normally select:
200gsm satin paper (matte finish recommended)
Preferred size ie: A2 / A3
I also normally pick up in-store but they have an option to have the printed posted to you.
International printing service suggestions:
- In the U.S.: Staples, FedEx Kinko’s, Walgreen’s, Walmart, Target, Costco
- In Canada: Staples, Walmart, Costco
- In the U.K.: Boots
- In New Zealand: Harvey Norman
Should you have any issues with using these services, please let me know and I’d be more than happy to help you troubleshoot – email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What paper should I use?
Please use good quality art paper. This can be of a watercolour finish which works particularly well with artwork created in watercolour. Or you can use photo paper or matt cardstock.
Most online print shops have a selection.
Printing at home
Please ensure you use the fit to page setting or 100% sizing. Ensure the image covers the whole page.