Archive | August, 2012

Get Inspired With These Creative Wedding Invitation Designs

August 28, 2012

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When it came to paper products, wedding invitations were more commonly used by privileged members of society who could afford fancy engraved stationery. Shortly after World War II, affordable mass-produced wedding stationery allowed everyone to incorporate high-society etiquette into their events. Today, invitations are the No. 1 wedding item shopped for online by brides, and they account for just under one third of online wedding-related purchases.

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Recyclopedia – NextDayFlyers Guide to Paper & Print Recycling

August 21, 2012

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recycling logo

Want to learn a bit about recycling? Here is some interesting information about paper and paper recycling. How NextDayFlyers Recycles: NextDayFlyers purchases and processes a staggering amount of paper and card stock. In creating business cards, flyers, brochures and other print materials for our customers, a considerable amount of scrap is generated. This scrap is [...]

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Design, Marketing and Mailing Tips To Help You Grow Your Business!

August 17, 2012

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Eight simple steps to make sure your business flourishes. 1. Strong offer: Create a powerful offer and consider using that as your headline. Make sure the offer has an expiration date. 2. Emphasize benefits not features: Think about what your product does for the customer and state that clearly on your postcard. 3. Use postcard [...]

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Fontastic Bacon Alphabet

August 14, 2012

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font made from bacon

We are pleased to present our absolute favorite font made from our absolute favorite thing in the world!
A “sizzling” font made entirely from bacon! Yeah! You heard me… BACON!!!

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Is Instagram A Legitimate Photo Source for Printed Images?

August 8, 2012

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NextDayFlyers - Is Instagram A Good Photo Source?

So long as the image is your own, Instagram photos can be a great source of artwork if you’re a designer, photographer, stylist or other creative professional who loves to take behind-the-scenes shots. You can try using one of your images as a pocket-sized portfolio snapshot on a business card.

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