Courtney Kassner, Owner and Designer, Crew + Co
Use collated printing to create your own Flashcards. Simply design "stacks" or "decks" of various printed pages that are collated into sets (instead of one stack with one design and another with a different design). Perfect for sequence learning, flashcards help with alphabet, days of the week, vocabulary, math equations, trivia games and more. Cut sheet sets are the same size, shape and stock but can have unique content on each page.
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- Customizable by size, stock, ink and finish
- Easily print and sort multiple cut sheet sets
- Versions feature lets you print various designs with the same size, stock and finish to vary content on multiple sheet sets
- When ordering:
- Submit your collated design in one print-ready file.
- Ensure your design is in the correct order (front, back, front, back, etc.).
- Include each card/sheet in its own page.
- Printing other collated projects? Check out Collated Printing for marketing information packets, product information, program literature, professional portfolios, numbered table tents for receptions, custom playing or tarot cards, cards for board games, etc.
- For flashcard packaging, see our Custom Boxes
- Take a deep dive: Why Schools Need Print in the Digital Age, Decked Out: Customize Flashcards for Learning & Fun, Soft Touch Laminate: A Premium Finish with a Velvet Feel, Collated Printing: Top 10 Marketing & Design Ideas
- Learn more: Collated vs. Uncollated, Small Format Paper Stocks, Coated Paper Stocks vs. Uncoated Paper Stocks, Recycled Paper Stocks, Text Weight vs. Cover Weight, Black vs. Full-Color Ink, UV Coating, Soft Touch Laminate, Shrink Wrapping, Collated Printing FAQ
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Warning: This product may expose you to chemicals such as Carbon Black, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, or Toluene, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.