Our Die Cut Wallets arrive to you as a pre-perforated sheet of 8 total Wallets. Each Wallet measures 2 5/16 x 3 5/16-inches and have rounded corners.
As the Die Cut Wallets are trimmed down from the standard 2.5 x 3.5-inch size, we have a few tips and recommendations we would like to share to ensure you are happy with your Die Cut Wallet prints.
1. You will want to choose an image that has ample background space. If you choose an image that has the subject cropped close to the edge, you do risk a part of the subject being trimmed off of the wallet.
If you have an upcoming shoot with a photographer for your child's senior pictures, your child's sports or dance team headshots, etc., you will want to advise the photographer from cropping too close to the subject.
2. Always, always, always review the crop of your wallets prior to checking out with your item(s). Upon adding your Die Cut Wallets to your cart, you will be shown a preview of how your image will print. The preview will display a red dotted line which represents the trim line. Any part of your image you do not want getting trimmed, you will want to be sure is within the red dotted line. Any part of your image that exceeds past the red dotted line, is subject to be trimmed.
The ROES desktop ordering system does have a different layout then the website. We have included examples of the preview you will see below, for your reference!
On the website:
Unfortunately, the website doesn't show the safety zone at this time. You may want to double check your images with our photoshop template.
3. We do have blank Die Cut Wallet Photoshop templates available if you would like to edit and crop your image prior to uploading and ordering on the site or in ROES! The Die Cut Wallet Photoshop template will display the bleed zone, trim line, and safe zone to ensure your Die Cut Wallet prints turn out exactly how you would expect!