14 May 2011

Have fun with personalised stationery

Have some fun with free, personalised stationery from Vistaprint. You can choose from business cards (which are so handy to use as address cards, use them when you need to give your contact details to someone), pens, address labels, magnets, sticky notes, even bumper stickers. The choice of designs is great and you get to customise the details on each item. You will need to pay postage and handling and there are options to make it cheaper. These also make fun gifts. Imagine the reaction when you give someone their very own, themed stationery.  Go to www.vistaprint.com.au and click on "Free products" to see what's available.


  1. Christine PhillipsSaturday, May 14, 2011

    I am a member and I got my daily email from you today about vistaprint. I looked them up on the internet and found that there's an article about a vistaprint scam and someone had been ripped off by them. Also apparently their products are poor quality.

  2. Hi Christine,

    Thank you for contacting me.

    I have used Vistaprint for years and get all the Cheapskates stationery (letterheads, address labels, business cards,sticky notes,magnets etc) from them and have never had a problem.

    I also regularly order the free pens, labels and sticky notes for gifts and only ever pay the postage. Delivery has always been before the estimated delivery date and I have absolutely no qualms about the quality of the products or recommending them.

    Vistaprint is not a fly-by-night company, I have personally used them for at least the last 10 years.

    I would suggest that as with anything, if you are unsure or uncomfortable with the process, don't go through with it.

    Happy Cheapskating,



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