Entries in DIY (2)


excellent sale on cards at psprint!

What can I say? I love PSPrint. I've used them regularly over the past 10 years: they're super-fast, and super-well-priced. When I used to live in Oakland, it was great, because they were in my neighborhood and I could go directly to them: they've also always shipped to clients for a pretty reasonable fee, though.

In the past year or so since the *ahem* economic downturn *cough*, PSPrint got really ambitious with promoting and increasing their periodic sales on certain kinds of printed matter. It seems like every couple of weeks, I get a message offering a deal on one of their many offerings.

Here are their current April deals, which are particularly good. Some of you might find a good excuse to take advantage of these, since they're card-related this time:


Aand of course, if you need my help designing something for them to print, let me know...


free easter card

I just whipped up a couple of quick Easter cards for fun: you're welcome to take the files and print your own at home, for free. Hubba hubba!

Both cards are formatted and sized vertically for standard US letter paper, 8.5" x 11". The thumbnails below are linked to full-size files that you can print as a large 8.5 x 5.5" card, or a small 5.5 x 4.75" card.

Here's the large version which requires that you fold the
paper in half once (big step, I know!) after printing:

Aaand here's the smaller version, if you want to take that
sheet and make the enormous extra effort to fold it twice: