Flexography is a type of printing technology that allows users print over a broad variety of surfaces. From metallic planes, cellophane, plastic all the way to paper, there’s really not so many surfaces you can’t print on using flexography. To ensure a long-lasting functionality as well as efficiency, you need to have the best flex storage solutions at your disposal. The use of appropriate flex storage solutions such as flexcarts and flexstand is critical and cost effective for both long and short-term use. Flexible relief plates are among the tools used in flexographic printing and constitute a significant portion of the associated costs and should be properly stored to avoid damage.
Microsoft’s first entrance into a cross-compatible operating system designed for computers and tablets was a flop with Windows 8.1, but they certainly didn’t make the same mistakes with Windows 10 when it was first released in July of 2015. Frequent updates have improved functionality and added features, and the option for a free upgrade for users of Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 for the first year, certainly helped their reputation and pleased consumers. Take a look at the top new features available in Windows 10 to maximize your computer or tablet’s functionality.
Mascot customes may be used for a wide range of purposes, and you may need to make a costume for everything from a corporation you work for or an association you have a membership in to a school you attend and more. Some people can easily locate custom mascots that are ideal for their needs in a local costume shop, and this is particularly true if you have a common mascot, such as a cowboy or a horse. However, if you have more unique needs or you want to incorporate specific colors in your costume, you may need a customized solution. Some people will attempt to make their own mascot customes in an effort to save money, but there are three good reasons why you want to avoid doing this.
Looking for the perfect DIY gift? Try these cute and easy to make DIY coasters! If you’ve ever been on Pinterest you’ve no doubt seen pins on how to make your own coasters. So before (last) Christmas I decided to try and make my own and give them as gifts over the holidays. I headed over to Home Depot and […]
Organize your business cards with this colourful and cheap DIY Business Card Holder, inspired by I Heart Organizing! Melyssa, who did an amazing job at designing my blog, has recently fully launched into her gig as a full-time graphic designer and blogger. So as a token of my appreciation for all of her hard work, I sent her a ‘small […]
Looking for a cheap and easy way to display your earrings? Create a DIY Earring Display for only $3.00! I’d been looking for a quick way to display my earrings for a while when I came up with the idea for my own DIY earring display using only three cheap materials – all from the dollar store. Total cost? Around […]
Create your own DIY newborn scrapbook – the perfect keepsake for any new parents! Look at that face – what a cutie! That’s Maxwell (love that name!) and he’s the adorable little in this scrapbook that I made for his parents, capturing the first few days of his precious life. I’ve always loved to scrapbook, that’s no secret. But scrapbooking […]
Personalize your mornings with these simple DIY chalkboard mugs! There are a lot of DIY mug ideas floating around on the Internet, and I’ve always loved the idea of DIY chalkboard mugs, so I decided to give it a whirl. Mixing a little creativity with your morning java? What a great idea! What I used: One or two porcelain mugs […]
A few weeks ago I shared my DIY baby book crate that I made for my friend’s shower, and today, in continuation of all things baby, I’m here to show you the invitations I made! Since the shower was a surprise, I made an extra one and gave it to the momma-to-be with her gifts! Also, less than a month until this […]
When I started thinking of activities and keepsakes for my friend’s baby shower, I knew I wanted to make a guest book, but something a little more personal. I found a few different ideas online, but decided on an ‘advice for the new mom’ book. I’m really happy with the way it turned out – and it’s something that she […]
It’s been cold. Some may even say ‘chili’ – see what I did there? Yup. So this past weekend I decided to make a pot of chili to keep warm. Between that and season 2 of House of Cards, I’d have to say it was a pretty cozy weekend. While I’m on that topic, if you haven’t already, you must […]
As most of you know, I’ve been busy creating things for my wedding (which I can’t wait to share with you… in October!) In the meantime, without letting any real cats out of the bag, I thought I would share a free printable I’ve created to keep some of the younger kids at our wedding entertained during the reception – a […]
Make your dreams a reality — with these delicious Chocolate Chip Dreams! I’ll let you in on a little secret – this isn’t my recipe. It’s my aunt’s. I have no idea where she got it from, but it’s delicious. I’d like to say Paul and I didn’t finish off the entire batch of these in a weekend, but, well, […]
A friend of mine told me about these delicious Thai Green Curry Meatballs from Mel’s Kitchen Cafe a while back and I knew I just had to try them. They are, without a doubt, some of the most delicious, moist meatballs I’ve ever had. I added a few small modifications to Mel’s recipe – and halved it – and it […]
Personalize your walls and make a statement with your very own DIY Textured Canvas! The idea for this project was brewing in my head for a long time. We have a sofa table against one of the walls in our living room with a giant blank wall behind it – and it’s been bare for far too long. I’ve always loved […]
Hi everyone, I know I’ve been off the radar for a few weeks now – with week-long migraines, the long weekend and wedding planning, I’m finding myself really busy these days. Anyways, Just a little note to say I’ve been featured over on And Yes to Joy today- come check me out and learn a little more about my life through […]