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New product: moving ink business cards!

No, your eyes aren’t lying to you, the science lab at printed.com have actually developed a moving ink business card. Read on to find out how we did it and how you can get your own set…

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National Stationery Week: an ode to the handwritten letter

Five great letters from history – epic, moving and profound – reduced to 21st century text messages.

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Wedding invitations: the etiquette of wording

Learn how to address wedding invitations with our ultimate etiquette guide.

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How to make bunting in Photoshop

Learn how to make your very own digital bunting using our fantastic how to video.

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Get your Etsy on with printed.com with an exclusive offer

We've teamed up with online marketplace Etsy to help small creative businesses get themselves up and running, completely free of charge!

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How to freshen up your colour palette for spring

Julie Carney, Head of Creative at printed.com, is back to talk you through her top colour picks for the spring season, and gives you hints on how to find yours!

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Wedding stationery 101: how to design for a venue and theme

Chrissy, from Chrissy Gaskell Designs, takes you step-by-step through her journey to creating stationery entirely personal to her wedding.

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Personalisation explained by printed.com

At printed.com we make it easy for you to add a personal touch to your wedding invitations, place cards and table names. Follow this step-by-step tutorial to get the most out of your print.

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How Irish are you?

Are there hidden Irish tendencies lurking inside you? Take our St. Patrick's Day quiz and find out!

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How printed.com helped me to grow my business

Young designer, Flora, tells you how she used printed.com to bring her designs to life and start her small business, Flora Fricker – Design & Illustration.

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