Distinct. Direct. Meaningful. Add a personal message with a branded compliment slip.

You might think scribbling on a simple scrap of paper will suffice. But for that personal, professional, and meaningful approach, you can’t go wrong with a custom-printed compliment slip.

Whether you’re answering a customer enquiry, or simply saying ‘thank you’, do so with a touch of class. And for a real eye-catching, quality look, try the spot ink print option.

Need help?

Call us on:
0203 0341 612
to speak to our friendly customer service team.

Paper

To learn all about our wide range of paper finishes and weights.

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Print Finishes

To learn all about our wide range of paper coating, lamination and UV varnish.

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Compliment slip print file setup information

As with all of our products, we ask that the file is supplied as single individual pages, not double pages.
For sharper images, we advise uploading files at 300dpi. Images lower than 100dpi may appear pixelated.

We ask for a 3mm bleed and a 5mm quiet area on all letterheads. Please do not include any important content within this area.

You must supply your print file as a PDF with the Pantone or HKS colour set as a spot colour, and labelled with the relevant reference number – e.g. Pantone 287 C
We cannot print multiple spot colour inks. Only one single spot ink is available print file.
For the very best results, we recommend that the spot colour does not overprint a background colour and is instead set to ‘Knockout’.

Before you can complete your order, you must make sure all page placeholders have been completed. For example, if you are ordering 32 pages, all 32 boxes must be filled. If you do not have enough content, you must add blank pages.

Need help?

Call us on:
0203 0341 612
to speak to our friendly customer service team.

Paper

To learn all about our wide range of paper finishes and weights.

please click here.

Print Finishes

To learn all about our wide range of paper coating, lamination and UV varnish.

please click here.

How to Print Your Compliment Slips

 

How to supply your print files

You can send us your compliment slip files in whatever manner suits you. We’ll accept single files for each piece or you can send us a combined file for all the pieces you want to print. For the best results, we recommend uploading your images at 300dpi. Anything lower than 100dpi will appear pixelated. 

Bleed

For all compliment slips, we require a 3mm bleed as well as a 5mm quiet area. Please refrain from adding any important content in these areas. 

Lamination

If you choose paper weighted at 170gsm or higher for your compliment slips, we can offer lamination. Any paper lighter than 170gsm will curl if we try to laminate.

Compliment Slip Printing FAQ

Typically, compliment slips are produced in smaller runs on HP Indigo digital printers for the best colour reproduction. However, for larger print runs (1,000 copies) our system defaults to a Heidelberg Speedmaster offset litho printer, which is far more cost effective. If you are intending to order a longer run of art prints, but would like digital colour reproduction, please contact us.

Yes. All our papers are FSC® certified, we are a CarbonNeutral® company and ISO 14001 Environmental Management certified. For more information, please see our sustainability accreditations.

Nope. You can enjoy full use of our web-to-print platform and customer services without paying a penny. You only pay when you’re absolutely ready to print.

Our web-to-print system accepts most file types. However, we highly recommend a 300dpi high resolution PDF for the best results. Please check your digital proofs prior to printing

Not yet, but soon. In the meantime, we recommend adding a 3mm bleed area to the outside of your artwork and a 5mm quiet area on the inside of your artwork. For more information, visit our print file setup guide.

Yes. Once you upload your artwork files, our online printing system has an artwork proofing feature to help you check your proofs, flag any issues and ask our customer service team any questions you may have before you send your job into production.

Yes. Just like posters, art prints are not exempt from VAT.