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Scarves for Men and Various Ways of Tying Them

20th January 2012
Scarf has again made knock in menís wardrobe. Once considered as an accessory only for women now scarves are embellishing menís attire too. The versatility of scarves in designs, colors, patterns and fabrics make them more suitable for menís outfit. With ... Read >
Author: McIlwain

Everything you need to know about Foiling

04th January 2011
Make your documents shimmer & shine, with Toner Adhesive Foil Fusing! Foil Fusing can help to give your printed pieces an elegant and professional look that isn’t available through standard printing techniques. Easily hot foil business cards, in... Read >
Author: Tim The Tutor

How to add Foil to Documents

05th October 2010
Toner Adhesion Foiling: Make your documents shimmer & shine, with Toner Adhesive Foil Fusing. Foil Fusing can help to give your printed pieces an elegant and professional look that isnít available through standard printing techniques. Easily hot foil ... Read >
Author: Tim The Tutor

Cotton Saree - Origin and Evolution

03rd November 2009
Indian Sarees are illustrious among women across the world. The main forte of wearing a Saree is that it accentuates the beauty of a woman. Generally, the length of Saree is between 5 to 5 and half meters. According to their ethnicity and customs, Indian ... Read >
Author: Anki

Poster Printing Techniques

13th December 2006
Posters are commonly known as a type of placard that is used for advertising and announcements and is being posted for the public to see. There are many types of posters but the most common purpose of poster is to advertise something. Posters can bring si... Read >
Author: Charmaine Joy Caro

Printing's Lingo

24th April 2006
If you are into printing and commercial printing services, it is advisable to speak the lingo. To have the tongue of the pros in printing is indispensable to understand what they are trying to convey. Another reason is for you to take advantage of the... Read >
Author: maricon williams

The Lanyard Legend

16th November 2005
The lanyard can be traced back to the late 19th century. It was originally a piece of cord, used to secure a jack-knife, used as a weapon in war. The lanyard was worn on the left shoulder with the end containing the knife tucked into the left breast pocke... Read >
Author: Jay Stockman
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