One of our long standing clients approached us asking for a solution to their problem. Their fitters were attending appointments, but on occasions the homeowner was not in. This left the fitters leaving notes through letterboxes on scrap paper asking the homeowners to call the office to re-book. We mocked up a 'Sorry we missed you card' which our client loved. We printed these as A6 Flyers which were perfect for the job. Ask about our range of printed flyers now
NEW to Easiprint's Website Printed Envelopes - printed in black ink. Perfect for business reply envelopes, church collection envelopes and so much more.. And they are are unbeatable prices as always!!! Have a look now HERE
We've just dropped the price of our promotional notepads! What better way to spread your company name than by handing out promotional notepads to you clients? Not only are you getting your company name on your clients desk everyday, but you are also spreading the word even further every time your client makes a note and hands it to someone else. Win-Win!! And now, it's even more affordable with our new lower prices. Have a look at the new range here.
New to Easiprint!! Economy Mass Marketing A6 Cards Perfect for mass door-drops for any tradesman. A6 in size and printed on 250gsm uncoated card in black ink, these cards are the perfect solution, with the right combination of size, price and paper weight. The rigid 250gsm card makes posting through letterboxes easy, and starting from just £25, the price won't break the bank!! Have a look now at our Economy Mass Marketing Cards
Ever wondered where the terms Uppercase and Lowercase came from? No, me neither, but it's quite interesting! Back in the mid 15th century, Letterpress printing was invented by Johannes Gutenberg. It involved using 'type', which were individual letters, usually made from metal, which had to be inserted into slip-cases to make up words and sentences one letter at a time. Once the printed page had been composed, ink was run over the typewith a rubber roller which was then impressed onto the page,...