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How to set up your own creative social events

Dan Spain from Design Stuff gives you pointers on how to arrange your own social creative events.

Filed under: Tips and advice

How to design a calendar in Adobe Illustrator

Setting up artwork for calendars can be tricky—luckily designer, Dan, is on hand to show you how to nail it easily first time.

Filed under: Graphic Design

Create custom wrapping paper using posters

Design your own Christmas gift tags and gift labels with stickers and business cards.

Filed under: Seasonal

Christmas print timeline: your guide to preparing for the 2016 festive season

Planning to design your own products this Christmas? Stay organised and maximise those sales with our festive season print timeline.

Filed under: Seasonal

To fold or not to fold: exploring the folded business card

“Talented, beguiling, and downright irresistible” — find out why Product Manager, Martin, loves a good folded business card.

Filed under: Products

Universities vs. student unions: the shopping list-off

The students are heading to campus for the new academic year and that can only mean one thing: it’s time to get the print order in. Check out our shopping list-off between student unions and universities.

Filed under: Seasonal

Should you swap to square?

It’s time to think outside of the square. We tell you just why square business cards are one of our new favourites and what else you could be doing with them.

Filed under: Products

How to fit a day’s work into just a few hours

Need to fit a whole day’s work into a two or three hour time slot? We’ve assembled a list of workload hacks to help you smash your to-do list into smithereens.

Filed under: Tips and advice

Why you should try turning your designs into home art

Home and office artwork printing — the demand is there, so if you haven’t given this a try, why not? We show you how many options there are and which ones might be best for you.

Filed under: Products

Meet the exclusive new Rives paper stocks

You asked us for more info on our two newest papers and we couldn’t help but divulge. Here is your introduction to the exclusive Rives Tweed and Rives Dot papers.

Filed under: Products

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