September News

This month we have news of Pantones new colour and we reveal Augusts #TwitterCritter competition winner. We have a perfect stress free offer for your Christmas cards and you can also order your FREE 2018 deskpads and calendars. There?s also information about how our wide format and pop up solutions can get you noticed.

Christmas Is Coming

The tubs of chocolates are in the shops and mince pies are on sale, so we don?t feel too bad when we mention Christmas cards. Everybody loves to get them but there is an almost universal dislike of writing them, licking the envelopes and trudging to the post box. So why not let us do all of that for you? We can design, print and mail your Christmas cards list for you. As well as saving you oodles of time, you will be pleasantly surprised by how cost effective it can be to send a high quality personalised card direct to your clients.

We are in the process of producing our new 2018 desk pads, calendars and wall planners, they are very popular and stocks run out fast, so to reserve your FREE copies, send your details here

Get in touch with our sales team NOW on 01772 435050 and find out what we can do for you.

L – R: Helen Rawcliffe (B&D Print), Andrew James, Emma Ackerley (Lancashire Wildlife Trust)
August’s Competition Winner

August?s winner of the #TwitterCritter competition was Andrew James, he correctly identified ?Beatrix Potter’ as the answer and he was randomly chosen from the correct answers to become our winner.

Andrew received ?40.00 of ?Love2Shop? vouchers, a framed print of the #TwitterCritter, two books from the Lancashire Wildlife Trust and one of our gorgeous 40 year anniversary notebooks. Thank you to everyone that entered and supported the LWT and better luck next month!

To enter the current competition go here

Love symbol #2

Pantone have released a new colour ?Love symbol #2? to represent and honour recently passed pop icon Prince. This unique Pantone system colour is to become the official colour of the brand he left behind.

It also provides a timely reminder for us to check the way we are appearing to the world.

Do you know the pantone reference of your corporate colours?
Are you happy with the way your colours are reproduced on different platforms?

For example if the colour on your website doesn?t match your letterhead or brochure, subconsciously you are sending out an inconsistent signal and missing the opportunity to create a strong recognisable relationship with your market. We can advise you on all aspects of colour so you are ?you? from your business card to your twitter profile and everything in between.

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