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Old 07-27-2004, 07:37 AM   #1
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Default Easy Way To Get Notepads For Stamping

If you want to do notepads for your camps or for personal use, there is a much more cost efficient way!
Buy a package of 81/2-11 paper. Costs around $5 at Walmart.
Take it to a printing store (Kinko's for example) and have them card the bottom with cardboard, cut them into cubes (you'll get around 9 cubes) and glue them all. Should cost you around $9 for the cutting/carding and adhesive.
That will give you at least 9 cubes for $14.00. Since you can get the paper in such a variety of colours, the limits are endless. You can make rainbow pads, all white, all blue, etc.
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I go to Pip printing and get 6 for $9 cut, glued, cardboard. The difference is they won't let you bring outside paper.

I miss Kinkos!! They did everything at our local Kinkos and were open 24 hours a day. It was great!!
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Thank you for the information. I have been trying to figure out how to get alot of these cubes at a less expensive price. Have you tried stamping on the sides of these cubes. I saw a posting that stated it was difficult to stamp in the sides of some of the cheaper cubes. Just wondering how your's turned out.
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The notepads stamp beautifully.
They are cut precisely and so they are very even.
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Thank you for your quick reply. I am going to go out and try to get pads made tomorrow. :P
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I use the roller on the sides of the notepad cubes. Its quick and easy, plus looks great!
We have a paper factory about 45 minutes away and sometimes I get my cubes there, not to mention numerous other paper things.
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