White Eight Photo Collage
|Applies to duplicate prints
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Have you ever wanted to make your own mousepads? If you have, you are at the right place. You will never believe how easy it is to create your own mousepads online until you try it. At PrinterStudio, you can easily make your own mousepad online using our online editing tools. We offer a wide range of pre-designed mousepad templates where you can add your own images and personal message to make it a special gift or memento. We also make it easy for you to preview your design before placing order with just a single click. Our quality mouse mats are printed in full color with durable cloth cover and mounted on a non slip black rubber-bottom. Eight photo collage mousepads are rectangular in size 9.25”x7.75” with rounded corners. Also available in heart and round shaped. Affordable custom mouse mats are practical business gifts, special gifts for family members and unique party favors.
- Made from durable, high-density black foam stands up to everyday wear and tear
- Photos are printed on stain-resistant, interwoven cloth cover and easy to clean
- Rubber non-slip backing keeps the mousepad from sliding
- Large photo mousepads: Personalize with single photo and add titles or messages
- Collage photo mousepads: Personalize with 1-8 photos and add titles or messages
- Measures 9.25" x 7.75" (23.45cm x 19.69cm)
"I ordered a deck of playing cards with my own design, for a game I developed. The first prototype was 'smooth' quality and the second prototype 'linen' quality. I prefer the second, because the cards stay in better shape. I am pleased with the details / the quality of printing. The plastic case in which the cards are delivered are also nice and firm. Delivery to the Netherlands was according to timing mentioned on the website, great! Uploading my images to the website was very easy and fast. I recommend Printerstudio.com to people who would like to make their own game. I consulted the helpdesk, because I wanted to know which image settings would give the best result. They answered fast and friendly that uploading 1200 DPI images would give the best result. And that worked out fine."
Nicole Hage, Netherlands September 02, 2014