June 30, 2015
Make Things a Litte More Special with Personalized Stationery
Personalized gifts are always great gifts to give and to receive. One of my favorite personalized gifts ever is a card and notepad set. I love writing on my personalized stationery! It’s so much better than just writing on generic cards and notepads. You’ll always have use for it and, I feel, it adds something special to whatever it is you’re writing or giving. And with all the printing options out there today, it isn’t too expensive to stock up on it either.
Printers are a dime a dozen. You just need to choose a good one because you won’t enjoy your personalized cards and notepads if they look and feel cheap. I know because I still have a bunch that I haven’t found use for and refuse to use—they’re just a little too gawdy for my taste.
A good option is iPrints. They use good quality paper and they have a variety of designs and products. My top picks include…
The desk calendar – for those who still don’t have a planner or for those who like to use multiple calendars (P150).
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