If you waited until the last minute to wrap your present…. we got you covered! The holidays are a great season to enjoy gift giving. The most rewarding moment is when you see someone you cared about unwrapping your present. In this blog, you will find 10 easy creative ways to wrap your gifts and free templates available to print right at your home.
If you’re planning on mailing lots of gifts and cards to family and friends this holiday season, PrintWorks has all the products you need to address and ship your mail with ease! Our labels are perfect for all sorts of applications, such as bulk shipping or mailing Christmas cards and letters. They can also be used for organization and crafting!
The uses of paper are endless and honestly, inspiring. The process behind making it is truly an art! Read on to learn why this industry is so important and exciting – and all of the work that goes into making paper–paper!
Embroidery is the art of embellishing fabric by using a needle and thread. There are lots of techniques including cross-stitching, outline embroidery, patchwork, and more! The art has been practiced for thousands of years and remains popular today. Read on for a brief history of the ancient art!
With the rollercoaster years of 2020 and 2021, this year, 2022, the trends cover a range of emotions, but most come back to the notions of personal well-being, individualism and being “extra” with everything you do. There are too many trends to cover in this blog, so we will share just a few of the ones we found to be interesting.
Want to learn an easy method for creating Punch Needle projects? Try our Vanishing Fabric Transfers! They allow you to easily print and iron designs directly onto your fabric in a matter of minutes – no more hand drawing or tracing your patterns! Once you have that part down, now you can get to the fun part of creating your project. The possibilities are endless!
Journaling is about the process of writing down words, in order to understand and process them more clearly. These words can include thoughts, feelings, goals, tasks, whatever it may be. Now, journaling may not be for everyone. Some may feel that they clearly understand themselves and have no reason to explore any further. However, many do find that deciding to keep a daily journal has improved their life in several ways. It’s already scientifically proven that writing on paper alone has mental benefits, so let’s take a look at why exactly journaling is good for you, and how you can go about getting started.
I love the feeling I get after completing an art project that I was working on. I stare at it. Sit back and smile. That’s it! The joy of making something with your hands makes you feel amazing. You may be feeling stressed or tense before you start but at the end you feel calm and happy — satisfied deep in your soul. There is something to be said about crafting and its effects on one’s well-being.
More and more research is coming out that proves arts and crafts is not just good for fun but it’s good for your mental and physical health.
Nearly 10 years ago, Superman Action Comics #1 sold for over 3 million dollars. That’s a lot of paper for, well, a little paper. If you look at the artwork, it hasn’t aged all that well. By today’s standards, this handywork wouldn’t even qualify for a student newspaper. But it had the unique distinction of being #1. It set expectations, it changed them as well. It wasn’t just the artwork that connected with a generation, it was the messages tucked inside – good versus evil, heroism, random acts of kindness. These aren’t just dust collectors; this is heavy duty stuff!
With Covid and its restrictions, the reading habits of people across the globe (not just in America), social economic groups, racial backgrounds and etc. improved dramatically. Simply because a lot more people were home and their schedules allowed for more time to read a book or two, unlike before.