Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Print Your Own Calendar





Guess what! Printable versions of the calendars are now available in the shop. For only $5 a piece or $12 for all three styles, you can purchase the pdf files of our cute little calendars. Then you can print them off as many times as you'd like & give them to everybody on your Christmas list this year. Easy & affordable & super cool. Am I right?

8 comments:

goosemonkey said...

so...does a regular ol' color printer do the job? and i'm assuming you'd suggest cardstock? these calendars are brilliant, but i'm a little nervous to print them myself. and a little too frugal to buy the premade ones. what are your printing suggestions?

Donna/Sara from Kindred Crafters said...

Sold!!

~Sara

Erin said...

yes, very cool. where do you buy your stands that come the the ready printed calendars?

Erin L said...

where is the best place to get them printed?

Dylan said...

As far as printing goes, any inkjet (or laserjet if you have one) should work fine. I would mess with your settings in the print dialogue box (that comes up before you finalize the print command) and if there's a "photo quality" setting (the settings are gonna vary depending on your printer), I'd select whatever the highest quality of print is.

If you don't want to do it yourself, you can throw the file onto a jump drive and take it to a print shop (or upload it to their site) like Kinko's or FedEx Kinkos or whatever they're called these days, though in my humble opinion, you're probably better off working to get your inkjet to print the way you want it to. It might take a few tries, but then you'll know how to make it do what you want it to.

And yeah, we recommend a cardstock. For these photos, we used the Wasau cardstock you can pick up at Target. They run like $3 for a 75 sheets.

Does this help?

goosemonkey said...

Yes, Dylan, very helpful. Thanks! I love what you guys have done with business. If I could afford it, I'd buy one of everything in your shop. Hope you're adjusting to life in Vegas!

the mama monster said...

yep very cool and very affordable! looks like i will be getting some come pay day!

Latoya Smith said...

Over the years I've ordered dozens of calendars that were printed with less than expected quality. Last year my company printed some calendars with PCA Delta in Pompano Beach FL, and they were great. I've been printing with them ever since. If you need calendars printed go to http://www.pcadeltaprinting.com/ I strongly recommend them.

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