FAQ’s


Can I get a custom print or design?

At the moment, we are taking on a limited amount of custom design jobs so send us an email and we can chat more about what you are wanting.


What frames do you recommend?

We recommend an A3 frame to allow for a border.
Keep in mind that prints come on 215gsm felt paper and are an off white colour. Some we can recommend are the Adler Frame or the Ribba Frame. The Ribba have a matboard that match the off white colour of the print.


I processed my order but haven't had a shipping notification come through? 

See our postage conditions here. If you need a print by a certain date please try to allow as much time as possible so you won’t be disappointed.


Are prints available in a larger size? 

All prints are only currently available in A4 size.


Who designs Sunday Lane products? 

All of our products under the ‘Sunday Lane’ tab and all prints are written and designed in our Brisbane studio by founder Caitlyn Everett.

We are working to grow and expand our range this year, so stay posted and of course, reach out to us if you think your brand would be a perfect fit for our online store.



Sustainability.

This year, we are taking a big step on our journey towards sustainability with the introduction of environmentally friendly tissue paper to wrap all online orders. Goodbye nasty cello. This conscious shift is just one of the steps we are taking to share our love for the environment.

As we prepare to launch new collections and product ranges we are putting a big emphasis on eco-conscious packaging and are working alongside some dreamy Australian suppliers to offer something truly special. Our felt card, along with our uncoated thank you cards are 100 percent recyclable and we encourage Sunday Lane customers to find another use for them or think about the environment when disposing of our packaging.

We take pride in being a small independent boutique brand. As always, our collections are proudly designed in our beloved studio in Brisbane, Australia and we work hard to minimise waste in any way we can, reusing and recycling boxes, packaging and all prints that arrive with faults.