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A unique invitation to a birthday party: "Everybody will be lost for words!"
Last summer, Maria celebrated her 90th birthday. With a unique birthday newspaper, Maria's children and grandchildren invited friends and family to a COVID-proof birthday party. A bright spot in times of the pandemic and a wonderful surprise for Maria.
Send a homemade newspaper to Grandma and Grandpa in lockdown
The current lockdown and quarantine measures mean we all have to spend some time apart. A homemade newspaper filled with your personal photos and content is an original and creative way to keep your grandparents up-to-date with the latest news.
How to turn your newspaper into a Christmas newsletter your family will love reading
There are lots of fun and creative ways to give make a newspaper family newsletter with a holiday twist. In need of inspiration? Here are some fun ideas to help turn your newspaper into a Christmas newsletter that’s sure to be your family’s highlight of the festive season!
Discover our 5 tips for your Father’s Day newspaper!
Though they may act tough at times, in reality, dads are total softies! And they love sentimental gifts! Who doesn’t? Nothing beats knowing that someone has gone through a great deal of effort to come up with a special gift, just for you. The time and effort you put into creating a personalised Father’s Day newspaper is beyond price.
Children vs. Adults: Who can make the best Mother’s Day newspaper?
Both young and old are capable creating a fun and unique Mother’s Day newspaper! But does it better? Evelyn (36) and Sara (8) put it to the test! In celebration of Mother’s Day, both daughters decided to surprise their mothers with their own Mother’s Day newspaper.
Kevin and Emily tell us all about their wedding newspaper
Checklist for your unique newspaper invitation
Design newbies Anne and Hank make their own newspaper to commemorate their anniversary
How are your newspapers made? Behind the scenes at Happiedays
A retirement newspaper for Ivan
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