Are you planning on hosting a raffle event to raise money for your organization? Here are some raffle fundraising ideas and tips to help you get started!
Calling all crafters! Here at PrintWorks, we love to connect with people who love crafting just as much as we do. We created our Craft Club to give you exclusive access to free printables and project ideas, special discounts, free samples, giveaways, and more!
Have you ever looked at a package of paper and wondered how to tell if it was the right thickness for your project? Understanding paper weight can be tricky, but it’s important when the quality of your project depends on a particular paper thickness. For example, business cards don’t look as nice on copy paper as they do on a nice heavyweight cardstock. But on the other hand, cardstock will not fold as easily if you’re planning to create a piece of origami art. We’ve created a Paper Weight Guide to help you choose the right paper for all your projects!
Did you know something as simple as a piece of paper can help you prepare for severe weather? As we near the end of summer, the worst of hurricane season lurks around the corner. September is considered the most active month for hurricanes, so now is the perfect time to plan ahead and make sure you have a family emergency plan in place.
Is your child starting Kindergarten this year? Just in time for back to school, Meghan of Elva M Design Studio used our PrintWorks White Cardstock along with a DocIt Index Card Holder to make these awesome sight word flash cards, perfect for kindergarteners learning to read!
As we head into the Fall season and more importantly Back to School, there has been more and more discussion around how education methods are changing, particularly how it relates to the use of textbooks vs technology. As our lives become more intertwined with the digital world, so does education with less textbooks being printed and more resources becoming available exclusively online…but is it really for the better?
If you’re shopping for your college dorm, we’ve put together a few items that you might want to add to your list. We have a little bit of everything, with ideas for functional items that can help you stay organized this fall, as well as DIY ideas for your dorm and ways to make it your own.
Start the new school year with the goal of staying organized and on top of your homework. Keeping a class schedule and a list of homework assignments are two simple ways you can keep on top of things when the semester starts getting busy. Try out our free printables below.
Kate’s Place is a non-profit social program that provides a safe and friendly environment for developmentally delayed teens and young adults in Moorestown, New Jersey. The program is designed to be a place where those who are not able to be on their own have the ability to socialize, build special friendships, and enjoy each other’s company without feeling out of place…
Get your students excited about the new school year with these crafty back to school projects. They’re a great way to welcome them back and also show them that you’re the cool teacher!