One of the most personalised gifts that you can give someone is a customised coupon. The coupons can be used as gifts inside greeting cards or as stocking stuffers. You can make coupons for a back rub, a car wash, a home-cooked gourmet meal or a night out on the town. Creating your own coupon is the perfect gift to give when you have a tight budget or don't have time to go shopping.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
Things you need
- Thick paper
- Metal ring
Log onto http://www.sendacoupon.com/ and customise your coupon by filling in the requested information.
Edit the coupon and add a graphic, change the border or upload a photograph.
Click "Update Coupon" once you have finished your edits.
Fill out the email information below or print the coupon.
Log onto http://www.allfreeprintables.com/coupons/index.shtml and click on the coupon you would like to use. There are chore coupons and blank coupons for you to choose from.
Print the coupon you have selected. If you do not have a colour printer, you can colour in the graphic with markers.
Fill in the "From" and "To" fields on the coupon.
Make a coupon book by logging onto http://www.kodak.com/eknec/PageQuerier.jhtml?pq-path=11843&pq-locale=en_US&_requestid=6376 and download the coupon template book which includes multiple coupons.
Add photos and backgrounds to your coupons and customise blank coupons with your offers.
Print the coupons on thick paper and cut them out.
Stack the coupons in the order that you would like them to be seen and punch a hole through the top left-hand corner of each coupon.
String a metal ring through the holes and fasten it firmly. Embellish the coupon book with ribbon if you'd like.
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