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Print Custom Notepads
Posted on 16th December, by Quan Luu in Printing. Comments Off on Custom Notepads DIY Printing Service

Custom Notepads are functional print materials

That is why Custom Notepads are used as giveaways during events because of it’s utilitarian quality. Anyone can make use of Notepad. At work, stationary are useful during meetings, presentations and seminars as you can write down notes on these. At school, these can also be used by students for their to-do-lists. Aside from class assignments, they may have to do extra-curricular activities. Children can also find use in Custom Notepads for writing, doodling and sketching activities.

Print Custom Notepads

As you know kids would love to express themselves through these small activities, even if that means writing on walls or on their textbooks. If you are looking for a functional material that you can distribute during your next get-together or even a children’s party, you can make use of Custom Notepads. Notepads, moreover, can be crated on your own. Yes, there are a lot of stationary being sold at school supplies store or gift shops, but that takes away the fun of creating, right? At home, with the help of your friends or children, you can create Custom Notepads for giveaways.

Here are the how-to guidelines on making Custom Notepads:

  • Prepare the paper stock you will use as well as the other materials; cardboard for front and back covers, adhesive, cutter or scissors, and clamp or two bulky books. Also, open your personal computer which should be connected to your inkjet printer.
  • Set the measurement for your Custom Notepads. With the design software, plot the pages of your Custom Notepads. Bear in mind that one paper may contain up to six Custom Notepads pages, depending on the size you have set. Compare how many papers you will need.
  • On the custom notepad pages, include design elements to enhance it’s appearance. You may want to put texts or images on the Custom Notepads. You may also want to put a background image as well as lines for writing. Just make sure that all the designs are cohesive.
  • If you are finished with the design templates for your notepad pages, print test pages. that is to make sure that the design are great on paper. you may also have to spot errors, specially if you included texts on the designs.
  • Once you are satisfied with the design templates and how the notepad pages look on print. print all of them. If you are going to distribute notes to 20 or more, that would require printing hundreds of notepad pages.
  • Cut your Custom Notepads pages using a cutter or a pair of scissor. make sure that the edges are even and that they are all equal length and width. Stake the pages you need for the notepad. Stake the other pages until you have prepared for all the Custom Notepads you need.
  • Sandwich your custom notepad pages between your front and back covers. make sure that the edges are straight. put adhesive on one side. let it dry before you apply the second coating.
  • Viola, you have made your first notepad! See, making Notepads can be easy. It is a creative activity which can also serve as a bonding moment between you and your friends, family members and children.

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