Free Easter Printables

Free Easter Pritables

We have some fantastic FREE Printables to keep the kids entertained this Easter!


Three great designs to choose, will you use them all?

 


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3 Steps To Printing High Quality Photos At Home

3 Steps to Printing High Quality Photos at Home

 

Photos are a great way to reminisce on your favourite memories; nostalgia has been proven to increase feelings of happiness, heighten self esteem and bring you closer to your loved ones.

Printing your images at home is an easy and cost effective way to hold onto those special moments, although many people aren’t sure how to print their images correctly and to a high quality. To get the most out of your printer and produce the highest quality photos, here’s what you have to do.  

For this example we’ve used A4 Matt 190gsm inkjet paper which is compatible with all inkjet printers.

 

 

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Firstly, you’ll need to start with an empty paper tray before placing your A4 matt 190gsm paper (or alternative matt photo paper) into your printer.

It’s important that your image is printed onto the smooth side of the photo paper to achieve the highest quality. 

Each printer may vary depending on the make and model. For example, we used the HP Officejet Pro 8610 printer and placed the smooth side of the photo paper face down into the tray.

Top Tip: If you’re not sure which way to place the paper, use a regular A4 sheet and draw a small ‘x’ on one side. Place this into the tray face down and press print on your laptop/ computer. If the side of the paper with the ‘x’ has been printed onto, you’ll know that you should place your paper smooth side down in order to have your image on this side and vice versa.

 

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Next you’ll need to place your favourite images into Microsoft Word, Publisher or an alternate A4 canvas on your computer.

We find that placing the images into a word document works perfectly fine. Scale the images to your preferred size and head to ‘file’ > ‘print’.

Now click on ‘printer properties’, here you’ll be able to select a different paper type. We recommend selecting ‘everyday photo paper matte’ or something similar.

Most importantly, make sure you change the ‘print quality’ to ‘best’. This can also be found within ‘printer properties’.

 

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Finally, make sure that you are only printing one sided, you don’t want to be printing your images back to back. Once these simple steps have been completed, go ahead and press print.  

If you’ve followed these steps, you should have a high quality image which has been printed onto the smooth side of your matt photo paper. If you’ve accidently printed onto the textured side of the page, the image is likely to be dull and of poor quality. If this has happened, simply load the tray with more photo paper and place the opposite way down to the way you placed it before.

 

 

To achieve high quality images at home, it is also beneficial to print with good quality inks, we recommend searching your printer model at inkredible.co.uk to find the best cartridges for photo printing. 

We would love to see your photos, please tag us in any images on Facebook or Instagram of your prints.

Need printing advice or guidance? Contact our customer support team today.  

 

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Christmas Printable: Cards and Gift Wrap

Christmas Wrapping Paper and Gift Tags

Printable Cards and Wrapping Paper

It’s less than a week till Christmas, and there’s no doubt you’ll be running around making sure the last finishing touches are ready for the big day. If you’ve got a couple of last minute cards to write or gifts to wrap, we’ve got you covered with our free printable Christmas Cards and wrapping paper.

 

Click below to download and print your cards now!

 


 

Why Should I print my own Cards and Gift Wrap?

Not only is this a great option for avoiding the last minute Christmas rush at the shops, it’s also a much cheaper and eco friendly alternative to shop bought Cards and Gift Wrap.

There’s nothing worse than someone having the same Christmas Cards as you; by printing your own, you can be assured that your cards are more unique and personalised.

Our free printable wrapping paper is ideal for those smaller gifts you might be sending this Christmas!

 

Click below to download and print wrapping paper and tags!

 


 

Saving The Planet One Card at a Time

Sometimes all you need is one extra card, not a whole pack! With our free printable card designs, you have the option to print as little or as many as you need; saving you money and saving the planet from wasted products, not to mention the plastic packaging that cards often come in.

Top Tip: Make your prints extra environmentally friendly by using recycled or brown card


Before your start printing, make sure there’s enough ink in your Printer. Need to purchase more? You can find the right ink for your printer by using our quick search bar.

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Don’t Forget Me!

Ink Cartridge Reminder - FREE PRINTABLE

Getting low on printer ink and need a reminder to re-order? Forgotten which inks your printer needs? Well don’t worry – we’ve got it covered. 


Simply download one of our Inkredible Reminder Cards, fill in your printer details and pop it in your wallet, or by your work computer, so that it’s always to hand when you need it 😊

INK CARTRIDGE REMINDER CARD
DOWNLOAD HERE

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Let's Get Organised! FREE Weekly Planner

Let's Get Organised - FREE PRINTABLE

Need help getting organised for the week ahead? Why not download our FREE 'Let's Get Organised Template?'

 


  1. Write a to-do list
  2. Prioritise your jobs
  3. Plan your weekly meals
  4. Jot down important notes
  5. Download and reprint for future weeks ahead to keep you organised

"LET'S GET ORGANISED" WEEKLY PLANNER
DOWNLOAD HERE

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