Certificate Printing Essential Tips and Types of Paper for Printing

Certification printing must be taken seriously, starting from the designing process. Great design leads to a great final outcome so that you can make a meaningful and proper certificate.

Stick to Simple Design:

Simple design involves everything; layout, content, decorations, and all design elements that are included for your certificate.

First, start with the layout. The layout of a certificate must include several basic information, namely; the award was given, achievement earned, certificate recipient, certificate issuer (a person or organization, date and place, and lastly the signature line. Even though these are called the basic information, they are most likely the only information that needs to be present on the design of a certificate. Don’t try to overdo it by including unnecessary information that does nothing but clutter the design.

Adding optional decorations or embellishments can surely be done to make your certificate look more attractive, but keep it to a minimum. These optional elements in your design should not overlap the core design especially the important information that needs to be there.

When designing a certificate, think of the event and try to come up with a suitable theme to go with. This will make it easier for you to decide on the right styles for other elements of the certificate design.

Remember to Proofread:

Proofreading is an absolutely important step to go through before handing the design to the printing service for certification printing.

During proofreading, you have to really make sure that the design of your certificate bears no mistake, especially on critical parts such as the information typed there.

During the proofreading process, you can also check for necessary printing aspects to ensure a successful high-quality printing such as the resolution of the design and images used as well as the colour process, which has to be CMYK instead of RGB.

Once you’re done with proofreading, it is time for printing. But a little before that, you have to decide on a type of paper that you will print your certificate on.

There are at least two types of popular paper type for certificate printing:

  1. Parchment Paper

This high-quality paper is affordable and it looks expensive as well as premium. A parchment paper is unique and thicker than the average paper stock, so you can achieve a sophisticated look even with a simple design with this type of paper. Also, it is definitely durable and resistant to tearing. What’s best about it is that it can be processed with many different types of printers, such as laser printer, copier, inkjet printer, and even a typewriter.

  1. Linen Paper

This type of paper is also a quite popular option for certification printing because it also gives off that expensive and proper impression. A linen paper has a unique touch and feels that can surely make your certificate memorable.

Once you have settled on a type of paper that suits your design the best, it is time for printing. There’s not much to do at this process because all you have left to do is wait for the printing service to do the work for you. Just make sure that you choose the best printing service that you can find. You can visit Kiasu Printing & Rubber Stamp Maker to get more info.

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