Lumberjack Digital Birthday Invitation
All listings are for digital files only. No physical product will be provided. All cards are available in 4x6 or 5x7. When purchased the final product will be emailed to the address provided.
Upon checkout, I will need to know the following information:
RSVP phone number and/or email
4x6 or 5x7?
Please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org after checkout.
You will receive a proof of your item via e-mail within 24-36 hours. Your final copy will be e-mailed as a JPEG 4x6 file. Keep in mind that if you are having your invitation printed at a photo lab, it's much cheaper to print the 4x6 size. You may print as many as you like for personal use ONLY.
ENVELOPES: You can find envelopes to fit your standard size invites at any office supply store (Staples, Office Depot, Office Max, Kinkos/FedEx, Walmart, etc)
4”x6” Invitations will fit in A6 Envelopes (4.75" x 6.5")
5”x7” Invitations will fit in A7 Envelopes (5.25” x 7.25”)
IF YOUR INVITATION COMES WITH A PHOTO - Your photo should be a high resolution JPG format straight from your camera for proper print quality. Small photos will blur when enlarging to fit the template and print blurry as well. PLEASE DO NOT CROP OR EDIT PHOTOS prior to emailing them because that can alter the quality of the overall picture. I do NOT offer photo editing services (blurring or creating white background behind child, red-eye, etc) so please be sure and submit a photo you're happy with.
Colors may vary from one computer monitor to another, quality of printer used as well as the many different types or brands of paper and ink you're printing with. I am not responsible for the resulting color variations due to the many variables involved.
Digital files are permitted to be printed as many times as you'd like and are for personal use only. You are paying for my time and creative service. I do not claim ownership of the licensed characters, as they are the sole ownership of their respective copyright holders. These images are permitted for one time personal use, such as birthday invitations, according to the first sale doctrine, and cannot be resold.