PLEASE NOTE:WE KEEP YOUR PERSONALIZED ITEMS ON FILE. THIS MEANS THERE WILL BE NO PERSONALIZATION FEE ON FUTURE REORDERS OF THE EXACT SAME ITEMS. YOU ONLY PAY THE FEE ONE TIME AS LONG AS THERE ARE NO CHANGES.
Personalization is available on any of our inkjet printed products for a 1-time fee of $5.00 per photo per product. Personalization may consist of a pet snapshot and/or a limited amount of suitable text (see examples below).
We will personalize any quantity of notepads (all the same size) with your qualifying pet photo and/or suitable text (examples below) for a $5.00 personalization fee. If you then wanted to add another product such as a different size notepad or some sheets of labels using the same snapshot and/or text we would then charge an additional $5.00 fee. Another example would be if you purchase four notepads (all the same size), two with one photo and two with a different photo, there would be a $5.00 fee for each photo.
The fee covers the use of your snapshot and/or suitable text.
SUITABLE TEXT EXAMPLES (variations will be considered):
1. A NOTE FROM [your name]
2. ANIMAL FRIENDS RESCUE
1234 DOGGIE ST.
3. YOUR PET'S NAME
NOTE:There is no personalization charge for standard text on business cards or return address labels.
If you have access to a digital camera or a scanner you can send a JPEG image as an email attachment which will greatly expedite your order. If you do that please use a nice clear close up photo and send it at the highest resolution your camera or scanner supports. Please send the whole picture... do not crop it or edit it in any way. We will crop away some of the surrounding background but some background will remain in the printed image.
If you do not have access to a digital camera or a scanner you can send your snapshot in the mail. Please protect it well and print "PHOTO ENCLOSED - DO NOT BEND!" on both sides of the envelope. We will return your photo with your order.
PLEASE NOTE: We can only use your own snapshot; no studio or professional photos or scans from magazines or brochures because of copyright issues.