Choose a file format. PDF works best.
Add a bleed area, we suggest 3mm. This is only required for bleed-to-edge artwork.
Embed all fonts or convert to vector paths.
Save your artwork as a single-layered image using a CMYK colour model.
Go to Adobe PDF Presets management - The path is file > Adobe PDF Presets > Define
Load our B&B Press Print preset you’ve just downloaded - Click on Load, locate the file and then “Open”.
Your B&B Press preset has now been imported in Adobe InDesign. You can now see the preset in your list and can use it when exporting files from Adobe InDesign.
Carbon Balanced Print
As our customer, you are entitled to use our unique Carbon Balanced Print logo on your artwork when it’s printed by us.
There are some guidelines that need to be followed when using this logo, to make your life easy here is an easy-to-follow guideline list you can follow when designing.
Print logos can be used on most printed items, there are a few versions of this logo to choose from.
Packaging logos (Carton) are created for packaging use only.
The Love Paper® logo is a simple, eye-catching way to tell customers that you care about the environment and use products from an inherently sustainable industry. The logo’s subtle design and colour variations are an effective yet unintrusive addition to any paper product, from printed catalogues and books to direct mail and product packaging.
How To Submit Your Artwork
Once your artwork is ready you can upload your files here.
They will arrive in our artwork folder and we will be happy to start work on your order once we receive them.
You will always receive proof from us before we print your order.
Frequently asked questions
- What format should I supply my artwork and how should it be set up?
- We would suggest sending us a high-resolution print-ready PDF, with ticks and bleeds.
If you need help with this check out our Artwork Guidance page.
If you can’t supply a print-ready PDF the preferred option is an Indesign file. PowerPoint, Word etc are not recommended for high-quality publications.
- Should I use RGB or CMYK?
- When you prepare artwork for printing, always use CMYK. This means you’ll get the best results. We always send you a proof to make sure you are happy with colour conversions before we print.
- Will I see proof before you print my project?
Simple, you can upload our files here. They will arrive in our artwork folder and we will be happy to start work on your order once we receive them. If it is data you are sending for a mailout please send email@example.com
- Can I change something after I’ve had my proof?
Yes - unlike some ‘online’ print companies we will pre-flight check your artwork file and prepare a CMYK print-ready file to send you for your approval before we start the printing process.
For colour, critical projects contract colour correct proofs can be supplied for a small additional cost.