Our templates are a great tool to create artwork that can be printed faster, easier, and more accurately. If you are using Illustrator, you can use our specialized EPS templates. If you are using something other than Illustrator, download the JPG version.
Here is what each of the lines mean inside the template:
Here is what an 8.5x11 brochure template looks like:
These templates will help you identify where the cut line, bleed line, and safety line are located, along with other information, so you can set up your art correctly.
Some of our templates are labeled as OUT and IN. This means that there is some folding involved with the template. OUT means the FRONT of the job and IN means the BACK.
Here is an example of the fold-over business card template:
As you can see, OUT is the FRONT of the job and, after folding, will be facing outward. You can also see the rotation of the job. The front must be positioned upside down so it can fold correctly.
Remember, do not move or change any part of the templates when using them.