Paper Carrier Bags Frequently Asked Questions
Have any questions about any of our paper carrier bags products? Well from printed carrier bags explained process to pantone colours explained, Elliott Packaging have got you covered with our paper carrier bags frequently asked questions.
If any of your paper carrier bags faqs haven’t been answered, contact Elliott Packaging and we will be happy to help assist you.
Style of the bag
Size of the bag
Material and thickness
The thickness of the bag
Number of colours printed on the bag
Is it being printed one side of both
How many units are you looking for
Here at Elliott Packaging we will help with any answers you are unsure of such as how thick you will need your bag.
Thinking of adding printing to your paper carrier bags order? Elliott Packaging use printing plates to print on your bags.
We outsource our printing plates from trusted printing plate makers. You will need to purchase your printing plates with your first order. If your artwork is the same on future orders, you will not need to purchase these again.
The manufacturing process of a printed bag does not allow us to set up the machines to print just one bag. We do have other options though for peace of mind. We can send samples of our recent work. We can offer visual mock ups online. As standard procedure, our plate makers send PDF printing proofs which show, colours sizes and positioning. These proofs need to be signed off before we proceed to make yours bags.
Elliott Packaging can also offer a ‘cromalin’ a cromalin is a print off of your PDF proof on film which will give you a very good vision of the finished product.
Thinking of changing your printing artwork? This is a common question when purchasing paper carrier bags because retailers and businesses will usually run a promotional offer or change branding.
If you want to change your artwork you will need new printing plates. If it’s a small change to the design such as an address, we may be able to change this using a ‘slug insert’.
A popular paper carrier bags faqs question! Pantone is a standardized colour matching system which uses a numbering system to identify colour shades. When you create your artwork, you will need to choose your pantone colours. Pantone colours can we found on the Pantone Website.
A spot colour is any colour which is generated using one ink with no shades.
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We always continue to support our customers with new, on going and old projects. We use our expert knowledge to help with the perfect packaging solution and design.