Friday, October 26, 2012

How to Celebrate Halloween with the Use of Your Printer

Just six days left and All Hallows' Eve is here! Have you already decorated your home for the coming Halloween? How about in your office, perhaps you can suggest some decorations especially when you’re going to celebrate a party this Halloween. But don't fret, you don't need to spend a lot of bucks in your Halloween decorations—in fact, you don’t' even need to spend a penny at all. Just the use of a printer near hand and a computer, you can creatively produce decorations of your own and other crafts for this year's Halloween celebration.

Here are a few ways on how you can use your printer for Creepy Halloween: 

  • Jack O' Lantern Banner - This is a typical decoration you might see in bookstores, you can make your own. All you have to do is find a Jack O' Lantern image in the internet, copy and paste it on a word editor, alter the page layout to landscape then and lay out the images. Print a few copies, cut it out and punch some small holes on both its side to connect them all together with a string. After that, you can now put it up on your ceiling. You can even put up some ribbons if you like. 
  • Send Out Halloween Invitation Cards - You can easily make your own Halloween greeting card or invitation card through the use of Microsoft Publisher. Pick one layout you want, edit the texts, and add images if you like. The best part here is you can even customize your own Halloween Card and do your layout from scratch. Refer to "Printing Cards for the Coming Halloween" for more information on how you can create and print your own Halloween card.
  • Create Your Own Halloween Mask - Find a decent image or a scary character you want over the internet and like the Jack O' Lantern, paste a copy of the image on a word editor or on Microsoft Office Word to edit its size and then print it. Once printed, cut the excess white spaces, holes for the eyes and nose then use a string or twine to tie it around your head. You can refer to this article "Tips on How to Create Eco-Friendly Halloween Masks" for other ideas.
Just don't forget to use eco-friendly printer cartridges such as TonerGreen's remanufactured toner cartridges and remanufactured inkjet cartridges for your printers to save on your printing cost and reduce pollution and your carbon footprints.

Enjoy Halloween!

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