LABELS can be used as gift tags for all your presents, or to decorate your scrapbook or photo-albums with!
But you can also make place cards for the Christmas dinner table using the same labels. Just add the name of the guest, and then print them on heavier paper such as cardboard. When using 2 labels instead of 1, you can fold it back, thus supporting itself when placed on the dinner table. Or use cardholders to support the label.
To use them for decoration in your scrapbook or photo-album: cut one or more labels out and then paste them where you want them. The label can then be used to write a title or something relevant on them such as for example: My Holiday 2007 or: Jo & Suzie's Wedding.
When you print them on a stickersheet, you can also use these labels for personalizing your letters, envelopes, notebooks etcetera. You can practically stick them on anything you want and thereby personalizing this item!
NOTES are just what the word says; little forms that you can print out and write a few “notes" on.
Notes to send someone as a card or gift tag, but also to decorate your scrapbook with!
Or use notes to write someone when a letter is too long and a card is not enough.
Or use them to have your friends or relatives write something nice on them and then create A Book of Notes!
BORDERS are multi-functional, because you can use them for your correspondence, but also for creating your own diary, to-do-lists, day- or weekplanner or as scrapbook pages, or to insert photos.
I usually create these borders on a Word-document and place them on the left hand side of the paper. Then the right side of the paper is free for writing, typing or whatever.
Or, using a Word-document in wide (landscape) format, you can divide the sheet in 2 columns and insert a border on each side of the paper. When cut in half, you now have two A5-size sheets.
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