Instantprint’s‘Design Online’ function allows you to design your own bespoke flyers, business cards and posters, either using one of their existing templates or starting from scratch. You can add text and images to create a unique design, but that’s not all.
You can be as creative as you want to with the ‘Design Online’ function and use it to make any number of your creative ideas a reality. Who says that a business card has to be a business card? You could turn it into a party invitation. Invitations printed on business cards look impressive and unique, but they’re also practical as they fit into people’s purses or wallets, meaning they won’t lose it so easily or throw it away by accident. Stick to a minimal design to keep the invitations looking slick and professional.
If you’re planning a birthday party, you could design some posters of the birthday boy or girl to go up around the room. It’s also a great idea for engagement parties or anniversaries- upload photos of the happy couple and print them off as quality posters.
Another idea is to print recipes onto flyers, like this lovely recipe card on the Daisy Butter blog. You could choose your favourite recipes, print them off as flyers and give them out as gifts, for example gingerbread recipes or mince pie recipes at Christmas, or keep them for yourself and enjoy having organised, splatter-proof recipes.
Flyers also make great certificates- ideal if you’re a teacher or parent. Teachers could make use of the design function to make multiple certificates for things like Sports Day and parents could use the certificates as good behaviour incentives! You could design your own good behaviour chart, print it off as a poster from Instantprint and stick it up in the kitchen.
Another idea great idea for teachers is to print revision notes onto business cards- a lot easier than doing them by hand and they’ll last longer too.
There are loads of options, so get your thinking cap on and put the Instantprint design function to good use.