Resolved Problem with Redbubble Cards

Resolved Problem with Redbubble Cards

I have always believed that it is very important to give credit, where credit is due thus the reason for this journal and in announcing that the Issue of Low Card Quality has been resolved with much thanks to to Troy Evans – Guru of Prints for doing this… even though it took a long time! I hope that if it ever happens again, to me or to someone else, that it will be resolved more quickly, and that it does not take 4 – 5 months!

This week, I recieved a reprint of the cards, that has obviously been checked before being sent out (as some have doubles, where there has been a second print, where there was an issue with a border). The only issue that I had with these were that they were not sent out in a very sturdy bag and their were no envelopes. Not sure why they were sent in the oversized and thin envelope but in regards to the envelopes, I still have the original envelopes, from the original order so didn’t really need them.

To Report on Latest Product Quality
(1). The cards were printed in alignment and centred on card.
(2). I could not see the back edge (white) of the card, on the front of the card as …. (see 3)
(3). The cards were folded straight and all of the edges of the card met up.

In regards to borders and text, please see HERE
I am very sure that this will help out a lot and hopefully stop any problems and issues before they arise!

Brief Summary
I have gathered from all the information I noted from members’ comments that Australian Cards are printed on different card quality to cards printed in the United Kingdom and in the United States. The Australian Printer does NOT USE ENDURA prints. I am not sure why there are different cards used for different countries but it seems to be the case.

Thank you to everyone who commented and did their best to assist me in solving this problem! Your support and energy was very much appreciated; still is appreciated actually! And of course, thank you to Troy and Redbubble. And may we never have to read another journal about a saga like this again! :)

Vicki Ferrari
4th November 2011

Journal Comments

  • Carol Knudsen
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  • Darren Stones
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  • Lorraine Creagh
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  • Manon Boily
  • Cindy Schnackel
  • Josie Jackson
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