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10 Creative Ways to Use Free Custom Printables

One of my favorite online freebies are custom printable products. Tote bags, photo books, labels, business cards — they’re all available from VistaPrint for FREE on any given day.

You can also find amazing deals on albums through photo printing sites and daily deal offers. There are so many offers, I just can’t use them fast enough.

After all, one can only use so many tote bags. And, I don’t think I’ll ever get through all the return address labels the Humane Society sends me. But with a little creativity, free print products can become fabulous keepsakes, amazing gifts or simple tools for your everyday life.

Check out these 10 fun ways to use free custom products:

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  • Road Trip Bag 1 of 10
    Road Trip Bag
    When we road trip as a family, each girl gets a tote bag filled with snacks and entertainment for the long drive. A custom design makes it more fun and provides a little added excitement as we prepare for our trip.
    Read more at Miscellaneous Mom
    Create Your Own
  • Read to Me Bag 2 of 10
    Read to Me Bag
    Create fabulous memories for your little ones and their grandparents with a tote bag filled with identical books for long distance relatives and your child. Bedtime stories are just a phone call away. This would make a great Mother's Day gift for Grandma!
    Read more at How Does She?
    Create Your Own
  • Teacher Gifts 3 of 10
    Teacher Gifts
    Personalized pens, note cards, post-it notes, and letterhead can be created for your child's teacher. It makes for a fun, inexpensive gift, and there's plenty of time to put together a small basket of custom products before the end of the year.
    Create Your Own
  • Alphabet Book 4 of 10
    Alphabet Book
    Several years ago, I made my nephew an alphabet book on a photo book site. It was filled with people and things he personally knew — including A for Aunt, of course.
    Read more at Modern Parents, Messy Kids
  • Recipe Book 5 of 10
    Recipe Book
    The family recipe books I created for my sisters-in-law remain one of my favorite gifts. Each one is filled with familiar recipes and family photos.
  • Labels 6 of 10
    Labels
    Use the free address labels to create labels your kids can use for their belongings. Keep track of sports equipment, school supplies, and more with free printables.
    Create your own
  • Deposit Stamp 7 of 10
    Deposit Stamp
    The free stamp offer was created with the return address in mind, but I have far more use for a deposit stamper, making banking fast, easy, and frugal.
    Create your own
  • Gift Labels 8 of 10
    Gift Labels
  • Gift Tags 9 of 10
    Gift Tags
    You can also create gift tags out of free business cards. Hole punch the card to tie onto presents or gift bags — simple, FREE, and always on hand.
    Read more at Inexpensively
    Create your own
  • Party Decorations 10 of 10
    Party Decorations
    Under the business section, you'll find free offers for vinyl banners. Choose a fun design to create party banners for birthday, graduation, and more. Skip the personalization, and you can use the decoration year after year.
    Create your own

Get the deals at VistaPrint — 10 FREE products! Just pay shipping on your choice of custom items. What will you create?

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More money saving ideas from Heather on Inexpensively.com:
5 Amazing Gifts from Free Offers, Coupons & Deals
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