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Custom Printed Tissue Paper
If you’re wondering where to buy Tissue Paper, Gator Paper provides a professional Tissue Paper with professional printing capabilities. Custom printed Tissue Paper from Gator Paper is a real game changer!
This super lightweight printed Tissue Paper sheet will add an extra POP to any product presentation.
Our custom Tissue Paper is available in both stock, and custom sheet sizes, and it is available to be purchased in bulk at wholesale Tissue Paper prices.
With minimums as low as five reams, Gator Paper can help any size business promote their products or services with personalized Tissue Paper packaging.
Let us help extend your brand’s potential with our custom printed Tissue Paper! We only use the best, which is why we use white Tissue Paper to make your color or black and white logo stand out.
- Standard sheet size: 20 x 30
- 10# white tissue paper
- Custom cut options available
- Available in stock white
- Perfect presentation sheet for any occasion!
Custom printed Tissue Paper will help extend your branded message far beyond your store walls!
What is the minimum order for custom printed Tissue Paper?
The minimum order requirement for custom printed Tissue Paper is 5 reams (480 sheets per ream). Our ability to offer small order minimums eliminates your need for additional storage room.
How long will my order take to print?
Six to eight weeks is the standard production time for all custom printed Tissue Paper orders. Rush orders are available for an additional fee when the production schedule allows. Transit time is typically 2-4 days for the East coast, and 5-7 days for the West coast.
What are your printing capabilities?
Two color spot and full coverage printing available. We can match any PMS color on the chart.
What kind of artwork is required?
All artwork submitted to Gator Paper must be a Vector art file. Adobe Illustrator, .EPS and high resolution PDF files are preferred. If the line artwork is simple enough, sometimes a JPEG file will work. Bitmap images are not good enough quality for proof or plate making, and are not accepted.