You don’t just have to have news on newspaper

It will sound obvious to regular readers, but one of the reasons we don’t think “newspapers are dead” is because you don’t just have to put news on them. We’ve always been careful not to dictate what people put into the newspapers we print. We see ourselves as a platform that you can fill with whatever takes your fancy.

This lovely project from Flourish Creative illustrates that point beautifully.

Flourish Christmas Newspaper

They say, “Every year we like to send out a Christmas card with a twist, and 2010 was no different. We went for a newspaper-style approach, with the outside pages covered in a festive design so our friends and colleagues wouldn’t be caught short if the wrapping paper ran out.”

Flourish Christmas Newspaper

Flourish Christmas Newspaper

A few more pics here.

Flourish Christmas Newspaper

Newspapers – we’re as creative as you are.

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  1. Fri, 14 Jan 2011 at 8:58 pm
    Lee Nicholson Permalink

    LOVE this idea for the holidays! I want this for 2011.

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    […] seems totally normal to me now. Wrapping paper: of course! But that’s because I’ve spent a couple of years watching people print all […]

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