View Full Version : Doorhanger and Postcard Templates
07-11-2003, 10:17 AM
Well, these rainy mornings are good for something. I found a website with downloadable templates, in Word format. They have doorhangers and postcards. You still have to write your own material, but it's formatted for you anyhow. That's the hard part, all taken care of for you. Just write some ad copy, print on card stock, punch a hole with a paper punch, slap a rubber band in the hole, and voila, doorhanger!
07-11-2003, 01:55 PM
Thanks for sharing that find, Crawdad.
07-11-2003, 05:17 PM
Thanks for posting that link! I took that layout and turned it to portrait orientation and a two per page design. This allowed for a bit more information to be inlcluded. Take a look at mine.
07-11-2003, 08:45 PM
Excellent job, AltaView! It quit raining here, I went to work. I like what you did with it. I'm gonna tweak mine a bit, and do the flyer thing Monday. I have some free time Monday morning, as the brother-in-law of one of my (ex) clients is taking over mowing a local company after being laid off from his "real job." Hey, I wonder why they didn't just hire him into the company, I guess that would have interfered with his Unemployment. They said it could be 4-6 weeks before they need my services again. I wonder how they will like their new price (and Contract) if and when they call back. Everyone is right about how fickle commercial accounts are. That's OK. I'll get the best revenge possible against an uninsured, unliscenced lawn mower man. I'll replace the job with a better one, and move on.
09-11-2003, 12:09 PM
God Bless America and to all those people serving this country.
I had a very eerie feeling come over me this morning. I remember that morning being a beautiful sunny cool day like today. I had to drive into Boston today and saw a plane in the skyline flying over one of the big buildings here. Got a sick feeling in my stomach.
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