Artwork Guide and FAQs
Here at The Cardboard Cutout Company, we do just one thing – the clue’s in the name! This allows us to keep the process quick and simple for you.
Here are the answers to some frequently asked questions and some tips for achieving the best results for your cutout.
What quality of image should I send?
Should I crop my image?
Don’t worry, if we think there is a problem with your image, we’ll be in touch before progressing your order.
What’s the maximum height of a cutout?
The tallest we can produce is six feet (182cm).
What kind of cardboard cutouts can I request?
If you have a picture of it, we can produce it. We’re not fussy – or shy!
Can I add a message/speech bubble to my cutout?
Of course. When you upload your image, just type your text into the “Speech Bubble” box and we’ll include with your purchase.
Can I order cardboard cutouts of celebrities?
So long as you have permission to use their photo, no problem. By sending us a photo you are certifying that you have the right to distribute it. For more information about permission to reproduce images please read our Terms & Conditions.
What about permission rights to reproduce images?
Please make certain that you have permission to send and reproduce your images to ensure that no offence is caused. By sending us a photo you are certifying that you have the right to distribute it. For more information about permission to reproduce images please read our Terms & Conditions.
What file format should I upload my image in?
PDF, JPEG, AI, EPS and TIFF formats are all fine.
How can I make sure that my image is at a high enough resolution to be made into a lifesize cardboard cutout?
Your image should be at least 1MB in size. Here’s a tip. Open the image on your computer, zoom in until the subject’s face fills your screen. Is the image still clear and crisp? If so, you’re good to go.
How do I send you my image?
When placing your order, you’ll see an Upload button. Click on this then follow the instructions. Couldn’t be easier!
How long will my cutout take?
Due to Coronavirus, free delivery orders may take up to two weeks to arrive. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and look forward to returning to normal service as soon as possible.
Please note that the last order date for Christmas 2020 delivery is Monday 7th December.
Any other questions, just get in touch. We’d love to hear from you.