High gloss paper is great for printing photos because you end up with a photo that looks like one you had printed at the store. The colors shine and the picture looks glossy and vibrant. The problem with printing photos on high gloss photo paper is that they tend to fade faster than pictures printed on regular printer paper.
What can you do to make your high gloss printed photos last when you place them in a frame to display?
When you have an important photo, document or even a family heirloom that you wish to display and preserve, a logical choice is to have the item framed. While you have the option of buying a suitably sized frame at a general merchandise store and doing the work yourself, the end result can be less than desirable -- and, if you have to cut your own mat, the task can be frustratingly difficult.
Business is competition. It's a tough industry with both friends and foes—usually more foes. A tool that many business owners choose to use is the business card. The small piece of paper tells business friends and potential clients who you are, what you do, and how to contact you.
Although it may seem silly, the design you choose for your business card is important. After all, it's how people will remember you—and it can make or break your first impression.
Have you been designated the official planner of an upcoming family reunion? Are you still trying to figure out how to organize everything so it runs smoothly and so that everyone has a good time? Here are some ideas on how to use screen printing to make the most of your family reunion:
Different colored shirts: Screen printing on T-shirts is popular for many large groups. But instead of handing everyone identical shirts, consider making them slightly different.