The internet holds many surprises-and many for those seeking arts and crafts projects as well. If you are looking to get a hold of good ink for less money to meet your crafting needs take a few minutes and read a good Printing Guide to help you understand the printing industry and maybe jump ahead on your project as well.
A good printing guide should inform you, give you hints and ideas for what to do to keep your Sunday school class or school group going so that they have something beautiful to take home to their parents. Or else it should inspire you with images and concepts that you can work into your own scrap booking or personal keepsake album. The options are endless for what a good guide can tell you. But a great guide… A great guide will do even more.
A great guide should be readable, instructive, with step by step instructions and pictures to help you on your way. It should contain images of the finished result as well as instructions for finding the supplies you need for as little cost as possible. Of course not every guide will do this at once. It really depends on what you are trying to do. But you can always tell a great guide from a good one. And there are plenty of terrible printing guides out there as well.
Terrible printing guides often include a few lines of text, some dotted lines, big words—and lots and lots of pay per click adds, some of which will probably be for photo book sites that will cost you much more than you want to spend for a project that you obviously intend to be homemade. Avoid these, find the good eggs, and make sure to pass them onto your friends. Everyone needs a good referral now and again.