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    Hello everyone, hope you have all had a wonderful weekend. Can anyone recommend a good cheap printer for flyers for my next craft fair 18th July, I am thinking about 1500 - 2000.
    Liz
    http://www.soapiehandmadesoaps.com
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    Hi, Have you tried vista print? Once you register with them, they send you emails with offers. My most recent one was LOADS of free stuff plus if you spend £20 get free delivery. You would have enough flyers, business cards, address labels etc to last you a long time! Worth registering even if you don't get them now, they change the offers all the time.
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    • #3
      I can recomend myprint.com - just had 5000 colour double sided A5 delivered for less than a £100

      hope this helps Karen

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      • #4
        Many thanks I will look at both of these.
        Liz
        http://www.soapiehandmadesoaps.com
        [email protected]

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        • #5
          Vista print ... great quality, good value! be careful though there are so many great products its easy to get carried away lol
          Sarah

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          • #6
            Flyers

            Hi Liz,
            If you are supplying the artwork I can get them done for about £60-£70, if you don't find anywhere cheaper that is.
            Steve

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            • #7
              Thanks Steve, I was only thinking of something really simple - like a logo, words and maybe a photo! The kind of thing I could do at home if I had the time and the ink. What do you think??
              Liz
              http://www.soapiehandmadesoaps.com
              [email protected]

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              • #8
                I had some done at Staples they turned out to be good value as I had x2 A5 size flyers done on one A4 size paper - so basically I got 1 copy free as they charged per one A4 sheet - if that makes sense.
                Anita
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by itsamistry View Post
                  I had some done at Staples they turned out to be good value as I had x2 A5 size flyers done on one A4 size paper - so basically I got 1 copy free as they charged per one A4 sheet - if that makes sense.
                  absolutely - thanks for that.
                  Liz
                  http://www.soapiehandmadesoaps.com
                  [email protected]

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                  • #10
                    Re Flyers

                    If you'd like to send me the artwork I can get you a quote if you want, I'll try & talk my mate into posting them for free. You can alternatively do them at home but it may "kill" your inks

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                    • #11
                      Thanks Steve - I will send you an email/pm once I've cobbled something together.
                      Liz
                      http://www.soapiehandmadesoaps.com
                      [email protected]

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                      • #12
                        thanks for the tip on vista print.... just ordered 250 business cards for £3.24 including shipping..
                        there upselling is a bit aggressive though, 6 or 7 pages of special offers before you get to their checkout

                        cx
                        Our blog on stuff we've made and found www.fadedsplendour.com including free vintage knitting patterns

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                        • #13
                          Aparently there is an underlying **** with Vista according to some too!!

                          You could get A4 sheet with 2 flyers (A5) on it and have them printed at staples etc!!
                          I think they are something like 20p a sheet depending on the paper used.

                          You could make your flyer in word and then pop it on a disc or stick to take down for printing!! I think they get cheaper depending on numbers!
                          Rach

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by AuntieBib View Post
                            Hello everyone, hope you have all had a wonderful weekend. Can anyone recommend a good cheap printer for flyers for my next craft fair 18th July, I am thinking about 1500 - 2000.
                            Hi my brother in law sells cheap printers on eBay if that helps. eBay name is Crazy Printers.

                            Good Luck!
                            Handcrafted gifts at

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                            • #15
                              saxo print are good £43 for 1000
                              Racheal
                              www.soapsudsandsalts.co.uk

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