• FAQ'S & The Printing guide •
  • What is A Printable Art Pack
  • Fine Art Print
  • Shipping Q & A
  • Printing Guide - Canada
  • Printing Guide - USA & Mexico
  • Printing Guide - Europe
  • AUS & New Zealand

WHAT IS A PRINTABLE ART PACK?

• DIY - print at home or online print shop!


• You will receive 1 PDF that will give you access to the following file sizes that are ready-to-print! All files are JPEG and set at the highest resolution.


• 4x5"

• 4x6"

• 5x7"

• 8x10"

• 8.5x11"

• 11x14"

• 12x16"

• 12x18"

• 16x20"

• 18x24"

• 20x30"

• 24x30"

• 24x36"

• 32x40"

• A4, A3, A2 and A1


• Affordable & fast


• Great for last minute gifts/decor


• Easy to do! Printing Guide


• Personal use only. Sharing/commercial use is illegal.



HOW TO ORDER & USE


1. Select the "Printable Art Pack" for the listing(s) you love! Then, simply choose one of the file sizes included in your Printable Art Pack (you receive this automatically via email post-purchase) & download to your computer.


2. Then, choose where you'd like to have your art printed - for the fastest service, Google a local fine art print company in your area! They can also recommend papers & finishes for you!


3. You can also access the Printable Art Guide, which has links to customer-recommend online print shops across the globe. Online prints start at just a few dollars, depending on the finish you choose. 


4. Upload your file, select your paper or finish (some even print on wood, etc!) and voila! You've now made your own art print - the way you want it.


DELIVERY


They are instantly delivered to your email post-purchase.


TERMS


By purchasing a printable, you agree that these images are for personal use only, and may not be re-sold, altered, or used for commercial purposes in any form - this is strictly prohibited as all artwork remains © Leah Straatsma, Little Lief Creative.

• Ships within 1-5 business days


• Museum-grade archival prints


• Won't fade & will last a lifetime


• Beautifully matte & ready to frame


• High-quality - ink will not fade & last a lifetime


• Frames not included


• Packaged with care

QUALITY

All of my fine art prints are made with museum-grade fine art matte paper & with archival inks. This means that they will not fade, last a lifetime, and have a luxurious finish with no glare.



HOW TO ORDER


Simply choose the size you would like in inches, and add to your cart! If you would like a print shipped in a different size that is not listed, please contact me - I can often request special sizes through my local printing partner! 



DELIVERY


Prints are packaged with care, & shipped 1-5 days post-purchase with tracking; delivery times will vary upon location.

For Fine Art Prints:


• If you have selected a fine art print, it will be packaged with care, & shipped 1-6 days post-purchase with tracking.


• For more information on shipping, please see our Shipping Info Guide here.


For Printable Art:


• If you have selected a Printable Art Pack, your files will be delivered instantly to your email post-purchase - it includes 1 PDF that links you to all of the file sizes!


• For more information on printing, please see our Printable Art Guide.

Using an Online or Local Print Shop:

The following are a list of online print shops that my clients have raved about, as well as simpler ones that may fit the bill for you.


• Blacks {Framed Prints, Canvas, Metal, Acrylic, Lamination, & more}

• Poster Jack {Framed Prints, Canvas, Metal, Board, Specialty, & more}

• Shutterfly {Framed Prints, Canvas, Metal, & more}

• M-Pix {Giclee Prints, Acrylic, Canvas, Wood & more}

• Staples {Poster Prints, Canvas, & more}


Printing At Home:

• OVERVIEW •

Printing At Home is a quick & easy option, especially if you aren't new to it. There are many great colour printers available that are easy to use - printing at home though does mean you are limited to size. 


Most at-home printers can only print up to 8.5x11" (standard US Letter size). So if you are hoping to print a 16x20" print at home, that is not realistic unless you have a printer that has that capability, and you have art paper that size readily available.


But - it IS great if you are looking for quick updates at home. Most 16x20" or 11x14" frames have openings for 8x10" prints - which means as the seasons change, or as your kids grow, you can easily swap out art and replace it with new art you printed at home.


USING YOUR COMPUTER & PRINTER •


If you are new to printing at home, be sure to have researched your printer's colour printing guide online (Google your printer name + how to colour print).


I also recommend using inks that work with your printer, and fine matte art paper or cardstock. It may take you a few times to get it right, but once it is set, you are off!


In order to print effectively at home, you must ensure that your printer can print in colour, and that you have researched the best print settings for your printer. Your computer and printer settings must match exactly.


Please note that only smaller prints can generally be printed at home, as most can only print up to 8.5x11" (standard US Letter Size). Anything larger and you will require a specialty art printer.


Below are links for popular printers and their settings:

• Epson (Mac OS X & Windows)
• HP (Mac)
• HP (Windows)


TIPS


For best results, print your artwork at 100% with no border. Deselect ‘Scale to fit’ as this will create a poor print with low quality. 


Now that your computer and printer are set & synced, you also need to keep in mind the paper and ink settings. The quality of your paper & inks will equal the quality of your print.

For at home printing, I recommend a matte paper or cardstock. You can purchase these online (a quick Google search can help you!) or through Michaels Canada.

• Be sure your print settings on your computer match the type of paper you are using for optimal results!

• You can purchase ink online, but I highly recommend using ink that is compatible with your printer for the best results.

TIP: If you want to print an 8.5x11" print, be sure to have downloaded and selected the 8.5x11" file included in your order (all downloads come in over a dozen ready-to-print sizes!)



Using an Online or Local Print Shop:

The following are a list of online print shops that my clients have raved about, as well as simpler ones that may fit the bill for you.


 M-Pix {Giclee Prints, Acrylic, Canvas, Wood & more}


• Shutterfly {Framed Prints, Canvas, Metal, & more}

• Printique 
{Framed Prints, Canvas, Metal, Acrylic, Standout Prints, Giclee & more}

• Snapfish 
{Photo Tiles, Framed Prints, Canvas, Metal, Acrylic, & more}


Printing At Home:

• OVERVIEW •

Printing At Home is a quick & easy option, especially if you aren't new to it. There are many great colour printers available that are easy to use - printing at home though does mean you are limited to size. 


Most at-home printers can only print up to 8.5x11" (standard US Letter size). So if you are hoping to print a 16x20" print at home, that is not realistic unless you have a printer that has that capability, and you have art paper that size readily available.


But - it IS great if you are looking for quick updates at home. Most 16x20" or 11x14" frames have openings for 8x10" prints - which means as the seasons change, or as your kids grow, you can easily swap out art and replace it with new art you printed at home.


USING YOUR COMPUTER & PRINTER •


If you are new to printing at home, be sure to have researched your printer's colour printing guide online (Google your printer name + how to colour print).


I also recommend using inks that work with your printer, and fine matte art paper or cardstock. It may take you a few times to get it right, but once it is set, you are off!


In order to print effectively at home, you must ensure that your printer can print in colour, and that you have researched the best print settings for your printer. Your computer and printer settings must match exactly.


Please note that only smaller prints can generally be printed at home, as most can only print up to 8.5x11" (standard US Letter Size). Anything larger and you will require a specialty art printer.


Below are links for popular printers and their settings:

• Epson (Mac OS X & Windows)
• HP (Mac)
• HP (Windows)


TIPS


For best results, print your artwork at 100% with no border. Deselect ‘Scale to fit’ as this will create a poor print with low quality. 


Now that your computer and printer are set & synced, you also need to keep in mind the paper and ink settings. The quality of your paper & inks will equal the quality of your print.

For at home printing, I recommend a matte paper or cardstock. You can purchase these online (a quick Google search can help you!) or through Michaels Canada.

• Be sure your print settings on your computer match the type of paper you are using for optimal results!

• You can purchase ink online, but I highly recommend using ink that is compatible with your printer for the best results.

TIP: If you want to print an 8.5x11" print, be sure to have downloaded and selected the 8.5x11" file included in your order (all downloads come in over a dozen ready-to-print sizes!)



Using an Online or Local Print Shop:

The following are a list of online print shops that my clients have raved about, as well as simpler ones that may fit the bill for you.


• Photobox {Photo Tiles, Framed Prints, Canvas, Metal, Acrylic, & more}

• Hema (Holland) 
{Photo Blocks, Poster Prints, Canvas, Outdoor Prints, Acrylic, & more}

• Whitewall  
{Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, & more}

• Snapfish 
{Photo Tiles, Framed Prints, Canvas, Metal, Acrylic, & more}


Printing At Home:

• OVERVIEW •

Printing At Home is a quick & easy option, especially if you aren't new to it. There are many great colour printers available that are easy to use - printing at home though does mean you are limited to size. 


Most at-home printers can only print up to 8.5x11" (standard US Letter size). So if you are hoping to print a 16x20" print at home, that is not realistic unless you have a printer that has that capability, and you have art paper that size readily available.


But - it IS great if you are looking for quick updates at home. Most 16x20" or 11x14" frames have openings for 8x10" prints - which means as the seasons change, or as your kids grow, you can easily swap out art and replace it with new art you printed at home.


USING YOUR COMPUTER & PRINTER •


If you are new to printing at home, be sure to have researched your printer's colour printing guide online (Google your printer name + how to colour print).


I also recommend using inks that work with your printer, and fine matte art paper or cardstock. It may take you a few times to get it right, but once it is set, you are off!


In order to print effectively at home, you must ensure that your printer can print in colour, and that you have researched the best print settings for your printer. Your computer and printer settings must match exactly.


Please note that only smaller prints can generally be printed at home, as most can only print up to 8.5x11" (standard US Letter Size). Anything larger and you will require a specialty art printer.


Below are links for popular printers and their settings:

• Epson (Mac OS X & Windows)
• HP (Mac)
• HP (Windows)


TIPS


For best results, print your artwork at 100% with no border. Deselect ‘Scale to fit’ as this will create a poor print with low quality. 


Now that your computer and printer are set & synced, you also need to keep in mind the paper and ink settings. The quality of your paper & inks will equal the quality of your print.

For at home printing, I recommend a matte paper or cardstock. You can purchase these online (a quick Google search can help you!) or through Michaels Canada.

• Be sure your print settings on your computer match the type of paper you are using for optimal results!

• You can purchase ink online, but I highly recommend using ink that is compatible with your printer for the best results.

TIP: If you want to print an 8.5x11" print, be sure to have downloaded and selected the 8.5x11" file included in your order (all downloads come in over a dozen ready-to-print sizes!)



Using an Online or Local Print Shop:

The following are a list of online print shops that my clients have raved about, as well as simpler ones that may fit the bill for you.


• OfficeWorks {Canvas Prints, Metal, Glass, & more}

• Poster Factory 
{Fine Art Prints, Giclee, Metallic, Laminated, & more}

• Happy Moose 
{Framed Prints, Collage Prints, Decal Dots, Mounted Photo Prints, & more}


Printing At Home:

• OVERVIEW •

Printing At Home is a quick & easy option, especially if you aren't new to it. There are many great colour printers available that are easy to use - printing at home though does mean you are limited to size. 


Most at-home printers can only print up to 8.5x11" (standard US Letter size). So if you are hoping to print a 16x20" print at home, that is not realistic unless you have a printer that has that capability, and you have art paper that size readily available.


But - it IS great if you are looking for quick updates at home. Most 16x20" or 11x14" frames have openings for 8x10" prints - which means as the seasons change, or as your kids grow, you can easily swap out art and replace it with new art you printed at home.


USING YOUR COMPUTER & PRINTER •


If you are new to printing at home, be sure to have researched your printer's colour printing guide online (Google your printer name + how to colour print).


I also recommend using inks that work with your printer, and fine matte art paper or cardstock. It may take you a few times to get it right, but once it is set, you are off!


In order to print effectively at home, you must ensure that your printer can print in colour, and that you have researched the best print settings for your printer. Your computer and printer settings must match exactly.


Please note that only smaller prints can generally be printed at home, as most can only print up to 8.5x11" (standard US Letter Size). Anything larger and you will require a specialty art printer.


Below are links for popular printers and their settings:

• Epson (Mac OS X & Windows)
• HP (Mac)
• HP (Windows)


TIPS


For best results, print your artwork at 100% with no border. Deselect ‘Scale to fit’ as this will create a poor print with low quality. 


Now that your computer and printer are set & synced, you also need to keep in mind the paper and ink settings. The quality of your paper & inks will equal the quality of your print.

For at home printing, I recommend a matte paper or cardstock. You can purchase these online (a quick Google search can help you!) or through Michaels Canada.

• Be sure your print settings on your computer match the type of paper you are using for optimal results!

• You can purchase ink online, but I highly recommend using ink that is compatible with your printer for the best results.

TIP: If you want to print an 8.5x11" print, be sure to have downloaded and selected the 8.5x11" file included in your order (all downloads come in over a dozen ready-to-print sizes!)



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All of my original art is made with love. Each piece is then transformed into 18 ready-to-print downloadable files, or museum-quality giclee shipped prints. You choose!

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