Keep your kids occupied in the festive season with some handmade gift ideas - courtesy of some of our most creative MOO mums and dads.

Find out how one graphic designer combines his tech-savvy pursuits with the traditional medium of print to create gorgeous Christmas greeting cards.

It's hard to show your work at its best and stay green - but photographer Simon Warren found our 100% recycled cards were the perfect solution.

Craftsperson and jeweller Abigail Percy uses our short print runs to order different packs in different sizes for different uses.

The holiday season can be hugely profitable – and adding a free gift for loyal customers makes them love you just a little bit more!

Photographer John Carratt takes pictures of the insides of buildings for Google Street View – and uses them to personalise cards for clients.

Lucie Cohen is a photojournalist whose graduation show was a mixture of talent, business savvy, and a little bit of MOO magic...

A business name is just the first step in marketing yourself to the big wild world. Take that name and associate it with a strong brand.

For wedding photographers, there's nothing better than a personal recommendation, preferably at the wedding itself - so be ready!

Ramage - of the family-run property agency The Ramage Group - loves using Printfinity to help his customers buy their dream home.

Local building art can be all too fleeting – so photographer and blogger Mark Carroll captures the doorway art of Shoreditch.

Photographer Janell Wood uses her best photographs for the front of her cards using Printfinity, so she can carry her portfolio in her pocket.

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