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This time of the year, the Artifact Uprising elves (also known as our Customer Experience team!) are quite busy answering all of your questions to make sure your holiday is one to remember. Below, we’ve answered the questions that they receive the most: how to choose a gift, how to make it, and everything in-between. Bookmark this page for a gift that will last well beyond the season!
While there are a variety of photo gift options at your fingertips, we’ve mapped out some of our most-loved below.
No matter what project you’re creating, we always recommend starting with your photos. Here's a peek into our own personal process:
You’ve decided on what book you're going to gift — now for fun part: creating it. We’ve mapped out our best advice for creating a book in this guide.
If you want your gift wrapped and ready to place under the tree, you’re in luck! We offer gift wrap and gift note options — which can be found in checkout by clicking the "Is this a gift?" button. Make sure you click the "Add Gift Options" to lock in your selection once you're done. Gift wrap costs $10 and gift notes are free — they come printed on a 5x7" note. More info on the two can be found here.
Opting out of gift wrap? Not to worry: our package all come invoice free!
Our product and design teams have been hard at work making sure that you have a variety of new gifting options this holiday. Take a peek below for an outline of a few of our favorites!
Because our products are custom made, keep in mind that all products need time in production before being shipped to your door. We’ve done the math for you, so you know exactly when to order to receive your gift by Christmas Eve - you can find a helpful graph that outlines the deadlines based on shipping method here. (Note: if you need your gift before Christmas Eve, you’ll count production days a bit differently — follow our normal production guidelines here).
Need a last-minute, easy gift? (We get asked this question a lot — you’re in good company!). Below, find a few of our favorites:
This is one of our favorite questions. Those photos living on the phone will surprise you at how well they print, especially if they’re the original source image. We asked our community to put their phone photos to print, and here’s what happened.
Keep in mind: our editor is designed to give a low resolution warning if the uploaded image isn’t quite big enough to print at the size chosen. No worries — there are several size/layout options available for almost all of our products, to make sure you can find one that works for your image (sometimes downsizing isn’t a bad idea!).
Additional questions? We’re always here to chat.