How to Print Your Etsy Digital Downloads
So you’re interested in purchasing digital downloads from Etsy but feel intimated by printing it yourself?
I completely understand! This objection comes up all the time, and it’s no wonder because many people don’t even have a printer in their home. So what do you do with those lovely printables? I have three easy steps to help you get those gorgeous prints on your walls in no time!
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Also, as you are adding art to your home, be sure to check out my 8 Simple Design Tips to tell your family’s story.
1. Download Your Digital Files
After purchase files will be available to download immediately. You can find them in your email inbox or under ‘Purchases’ in your Etsy profile. Click on your photo in the right hand corner of Etsy to access. Read this if you have any trouble.
2. Print Your Downloads
Next, upload your files to a printing service like one of the ones listed below. It’s easy and their site will walk you through the process. Some even offer delivery! If you’re confident in using your at-home printer, then by all means use that.
I recommend printing on thick, matte paper, smooth card stock, or giclee art paper.
Do not apply color correction.
A few options for great printing services:
- Fed-Ex – (only poster sizes, 16×20 or 18×24)
- Office Depot
- Mpix – (high-quality printing using giclee paper)
3. Frame Your Print
Buy frames to complete the look. Target, Michales, and Wal-Mart all offer great frame options. But I also love the selections below. Order them when you place your printing order and they should arrive shortly after.
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By now I hope you feel confident to print your own Etsy digital downloads. Please take a minute to check out some of our other resources to help you create a culture of reading in your home.
Don’t forget to check out our 8 Simple Design Tips to tell your family’s story.