Artwork Guidelines

How do I customize my box or label for a Fantastapack order?

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Best Practices and Graphics Checklist

Black Ink Saturation

Too much ink in any one area can lead to printing and drying issues.
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Do Not Rotate the Structural Drawing

Rotating the dieline in your artwork may yield unintended results.
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Add Your Custom Artwork to a New Layer

All artwork added to this layer should be CMYK (no Pantone or spot colors).
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Preserve the Dieline Layer in Your File

Do not delete or convert the spot colors into CMYK, and do not delete the dieline layer.
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Placed Images

All images should be embedded into your artwork file PDF...
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Image Resolution

Check image resolution to provide the best quality print!
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+UPC/ Bar-codes

Make sure your barcodes scan correctly!
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Safe Area

Make sure you leave a safe area to avoid any color bleed.
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Artwork Bleed

Final artwork files must maintain a minimum bleed of .125” on all edges and into glue flap.
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Convert All Text to Outlines

Ensure your custom packaging prints correctly!
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Fonts and Type

We recommend using size 10 and larger for fonts, and using a heavier weight for text that is reversed-out.
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Color Settings & Pantone

All Pantone (PMS) colors should be converted to CMYK in your artwork.
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Artwork using Pantones

Can I apply pantones to my artwork?
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