How should you design them?
This product is a large format, so high-resolution imagery will ensure that your brand looks its best. It will also ensure that everything is visible from a long distance.
Simplicity is key when it comes to designing large format products, make sure all the important is clear and visible and the gazebo is not over cluttered with information..
Use professional design software such as Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, or Illustrator. Also ensure that your closed artwork file respects all the items on the checklist for print-ready artwork. If you are not comfortable with the respective design software, we recommend our in-house professional design services.
What Can I Expect?
We offer you a variety of sizes and custom quantities to suit your needs. Our process is extremely easy! Choose your configuration and quantities online, add the product to your cart, check-out by paying online, and then simply upload your files. Your gazebos will then be delivered to your doorstep – free of charge.
The Printulu gazebo is quick to set up, the fabric is water-resistant, fire retardant and UV protected. They are portable and compact, so it will fit into your car when it is dismantled. The frame fits into a carry bag for your convenience.
How do I set up the Gazebo?
1: Have 2 people standing opposite sides of gazebo holding cross bars and walk backwards till the gazebo is about 30% out.
2: Place canopy over all 4 corners of gazebo frame - you can then walk out gazebo until top clips click into place
3: Adjust the legs to the desired height
4: Using the guy ropes - attached each rope to all 4 corners of the canopy
5: Guide the ropes out on a 45% angle and secure to the ground using the supplied pegs
What is “bleed”?
Bleed is the area around your artwork that is trimmed off. This allows your design to look as if it was printed to the edge, even when the cutting alignment was slightly off. Your bleed should always extend to at least 3mm.
Gazebos were originally referred to as summerhouses, kiosks, or screen houses, leading back to some of the earliest gardens in history. These free-standing structures are designed to provide shade and some shelter from the elements. In modern days Gazebos are used for advertising at events to gain brand exposure