We often get asked what the full bleed option is for. If you select full bleed (adds $10 per side) it takes our print borders off, this allows you to extend your design over the edge. Most of our picks will have the entire face of the pick covered, however, the pearl are slightly more beveled so the design won’t extend quite as far. As shown in the picture below this still covers a lot more of the pick then if the full bleed option was off. We especially love how this full color design turned out on the white pearl with the marbleized look of the design. If you want a pick that will really stand out at your event white pearl is the perfect choice, even the pick itself is eye catching! Order your own set today at www.claytoncustom.com.
At Steve Clayton, we have numerous options for picks when it comes to custom design, and one of the options that people are curious about is the full bleed (overbleed) option. When utilizing the custom pick designer on our website at www.claytoncustom.com, there is a box that website users may check to add the full bleed option to their design. This means that, instead of having a small border around the design when it is on the pick, the design runs all the way to the edge of the pick. Shown here are some recent overbleed designs that we really loved. This option is usually chosen for designs that include photos or artwork, but can also look really good with patterned designs.