1. Reasons To Send Holiday Business Cards

    Sending season’s greetings, warm wishes, and hopes of a happy holiday are typical around this time of year. Getting holiday cards from neighbors, friends, family members, and old coworkers is a normal thing to expect and some people love to display these on their fireplace mantel, the refrigerator, or on the office door. It is fun to see where your friends have been over the past year, what they…Read More

  2. Advertising With Rack Cards

    There are many great ways to advertise and market you and your business, from business cards and newsletters to brochures and posters. One medium of advertising that often goes forgotten is the rack card. These cards are often found in hotels, convenience stores, landmarks, and other areas that see a lot of foot traffic. They are extremely popular in many industries but may not benefit all industr…Read More

  3. How Print Can Help Your Business

    Businesses are beginning to run more and more on technology, but that doesn’t mean plenty of business types no longer require different printed projects. From business cards to annual reports, printing is a major part of many businesses and helps different industries thrive. Picking up a flyer or brochure may win some people over more than an online ad, making the printing project an aspect of a…Read More

  4. Using Postcards For Direct Mail Marketing

    Business cards, brochures, newsletters, and flyers are some of the most common ways to advertise your business and to get you name known. But one form of direct mail marketing that offers more of a personal touch are postcards. We have all received postcards from businesses—whether it is the vet clinic telling us our pup needs her shots or the dentist saying we need to schedule our bi-annual app…Read More

  5. What To Know About Sleeking

    When it comes to printing, there is only so much you can do. You can get the perfect colors and defined lines. You can get a print with full detail on different paper types so give it a glossy or matte finish, but what if you only wanted parts of the printed project to be glossy or matte. What if you wanted different elements of your project to stand out? Now there is a way to use foils in your pr…Read More

  6. Methods of Printing Color

    When you look at a printed item, whether it is a brochure, a newsletter, stationary, envelopes, or a book, what do you notice about it first. Do you notice the font size? Do you notice the thickness of the paper? Or the texture? Do you notice a logo printed in the corner or the margins being smaller than usual? Do you notice the ink at all? Can you tell any difference in the pictures printed in a …Read More

  7. Paper Types For Printing Projects

    One thing we often don’t take into consideration when reading a book, looking at brochures, business cards, flyers, postcards, or even envelopes, is the quality of paper. Unless it is an extremely textured and fabric-like paper, like column paper, we rarely notice it is any different. Surprisingly there are a lot of factors that go into paper. Everything from weight to brightness need to be cons…Read More

  8. 3 Things You Can Expect From Our Printing Services

    With over 45 years in the printing industry, you can count on our team to be one of the best printing companies in the business today. Here at House of Printing, our goal is to be the one stop print service that you’re looking for. Whether you’re in need of brochures, business cards, flyers, mailers, posters, stationery, or anything else, we strive to provide our customers with cost-effective …Read More

  9. What Typography Says About Your Business

      Choosing a style of font for your brand has a larger impact that you may initially think. In a world where snap decisions are constantly made, you want your business to stand out against the rest. There are an array of options for font choices, making it overwhelming if you delve in head first. To help alleviate some of the pressure, let’s go through some ground rules of what to consider …Read More

  10. Designing Business Cards Cont.

    Welcome back! In our previous blog we talked about some basic pieces of a business card that you will need to design the basic factors, such as name, business, logo, and address. Once you have established these pieces, you are able to get into the more detailed aspects of your business which you would like to showcase. Tagline After you have decided the business logo, general contact information, …Read More