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Think Printing and Graphics offers Artisanal Printing in Dayton Ohio

May 4, 2020

In today’s world, standing out from the crowd is essential.  The way we communicate is changing. Technology, economy and even ecology are playing a role in the printing world. Yet even as we explore the issues and consider our options, one constant remains: whether it is 100% recyclable or 100% treeless, paper is here to […]

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Need a printer to help you with your wedding invitations?

April 6, 2020

You found the right place. We get many calls from couples asking whether we can print their wedding invitations if they already have the artwork. The answer is a big resounding YES. In addition to our own design and printing capabilities, we love working with clients who have created their own artwork or have bought […]

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Affordable and Beautiful Invitations for Every Occasion

March 26, 2020

Have you heard of, or know someone who owns a “bespoke suit”? Bespoke is a British word that means “spoken for.” a bespoke suit is a one-of-a-kind, custom-made from scratch, made to order—you get the picture. If you’re a billionaire you will need such a suit, or two, three, or more; and each will cost […]

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Christmas Cards

November 22, 2019

I absolutely love the Christmas Season. By early November I tend to put much thoughtful planning in what my Christmas cards are going to look like, what message they will convey, what paper stock they will be printed on and what printing method I will use. This same process has been made available to each […]

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How It All Began

November 22, 2017

Two life changing events took place in my life in May of 2014. My son Thomas married the love of his life, Xiaohe and I embarked on an “adventure” called Bridges 2 Success, a mentoring program through WiBN. Little did I know at the time how these 2 events would change my life With the popularity of […]

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The Story of the Christmas Card

November 21, 2017

The first Christmas card was printed in England in the 1840s, during the Victorian Era. It was commissioned by Sir Henry Cole. The card was flat and printed on stiff cardboard measuring 5 1/8” x 3 ¼”. A Prussian immigrant who ran a print shop near Boston is credited with creating the first Christmas card […]

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Four Steps to Creating Your Wedding Stationery Suite

November 21, 2017

It may only be words on paper, but your wedding invitation is what sets the tone for your celebration. To get you started on putting together your stationery suite, we broke down the basics, from figuring out what you can spend to placing your order. ESTABLISH YOUR BUDGET Once you establish your budget, you can […]

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Wedding Stationery Etiquette

November 21, 2017

Patricia Napier-Fitzpatrick is an authority when it comes to etiquette. After all, she is the founder of The Etiquette School of New York, so we fully trust her judgment when it comes to the proper wedding stationery protocol. This is what Patricia and the talented individuals at Martha Stewart Weddings have to say: THE MORE NOTICE YOU GIVE, […]

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