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We recommend you to use a PC. Downloading images using a mobile device may be less convenient.
Open the PDF file you downloaded after you completed your purchase. Inside you will find a link to a Google Drive folder with all the prints. Click on this link.
In some cases there may be more than one download link
Google Drive will open and you will see 7 folders with the different image sizes.
OPEN THE DESIRED FOLDER USING THE DESCRIPTION BELOW
How to choose the right print size
Each folder contains one image file for each print. For example, if you want to print a 24×36 image, you need to open the 2:3 folder and download the desired print. The 2:3 folder stores 24×36 images (maximum image size for the specified aspect ratio), but this image can be printed in a smaller size that matches the same aspect ratio (2:3), for example, 4×6, 6×9, 8×12, 10×15, 12×18, 16×24, 20×30 (you need to specify the smaller size in the printer settings)
Below is a detailed description of what sizes of images are stored in folders, and in what smaller sizes you can print them.
The “8.5×11 inches” folder contains the following image size: 8.5×11 inches (letter size)
The “11×14 inches” folder contains the following image size: 11×14 inches
The “2:3” folder contains the following image size: 24×36 inches, but you can print this image in a smaller size that matches 2:3 aspect ratio: 4×6, 6×9, 8×12, 10×15, 12×18, 16×24, 20×30 inches, or 10×15, 20×30, 28×42, 30×45, 40×60, 50×75, 60×90 centimeters.
The “3:4” folder contains the following image size: 30×40 inches, but you can print this image in a smaller size that matches 3:4 aspect ratio: 6×8, 9×12, 12×16, 15×20, 18×24 inches, or 15×20, 30×40 centimeters.
The “4:5” folder contains the following image size: 20×25 inches, but you can print this image in a smaller size that matches 4:5 aspect ratio: 4×5, 8×10, 16×20 inches, or 24×30, 40×50 centimeters.
The “ISO A” folder contains the following image size: 84.1×59.4 centimeters (ISO A1), but you can print this image in a smaller size that matches ISO A aspect ratio: A2 (59.4×42), A3 (42×29.7), A4 (29.7×21.0), A5 (21×14.8), 50×70 centimeters, or 5×7 inches.
The “SQUARE” folder contains the following image size: 30×30 inches, but you can print this image in a smaller size that matches SQUARE aspect ratio: 5×5, 8×8, 10×10, 12×12, 16×16, 20×20 inches, or up to 70×70 centimeters.
Step-by-step video instructions
To download the images, use one of the video instructions below (depending on the device you are using to download the images).
Use this video if you are currently using your PC to download the images and you do not have a Google account or you are not logged into your Google account.
Use this video if you are currently using your PC to download the images, you have a Google account, and you are logged into your Google account.
Use this video if you are currently using your mobile device to download the images and you do not have a Google account or you are not logged into your Google account.
Why we store files on Google Drive (information for Etsy buyers only)
Most of our products includes more than 5 digital files totaling more than 100 MB. Etsy doesn’t allow sellers to upload so many files (even in a ZIP archive). If this download method is not convenient for you, please write to us or continue reading the instructions further…
If you find mistakes or typos
Mistakes happen, no matter how hard we try to prevent them. If you find grammatical or typographical errors in the quotes and sayings prints or any other errors dependent on us that make it impossible to print the image, please let us know in any convenient way. We will correct the prints and send you the images within 24 hours. We will also give you a full refund.
Continue reading to find out how to download the prints…
How to print
Once you save the images to your PC or mobile device you can print them out instantly on your home printer (the print quality is very dependent on the printer), local print shop / photo lab, or using an online print service (highly recommend): Mpix, Finerworks, Walgreens, Nations photo lab, Posterjack, Theprintspace, Snapfish, Staples, Costco, UPS Store, Officeworks, Office Depot, Vistaprint, Walmart, Shutterfly, Target, etc.
We highly recommend you to use a laser printer to print your images. Inkjet printers can distort the colors and image quality. For the best print quality use heavyweight matte photography paper or card stock. You can also use fine art paper with texture (watercolor, linen) if you want your prints to look as realistic as possible. This paper is usually more expensive than regular photo paper.
The colors you see on your screen may be slightly different to the colors on the paper after printing. This depends on the printer and paper you are using.
IF YOU CAN’T DOWNLOAD THE IMAGES PLEASE WRITE US AND WE’LL SEND THE FILES ANY CONVENIENT WAY TO YOU