Archive for July, 2009

Want A Corporate Seal For Your Business?

Thursday, July 23rd, 2009

You might have noticed corporate seals on business envelopes or various official documents. But, have you ever tried to find out what is a corporate seal or what’s its purpose? Well, if not then let us know a few things about corporate seals. Corporate seals come across as one of the most common forms of notification for companies and business organizations worldwide. Initially, these seals served as an important form of legal documentation or they were used to legitimize the execution of documents. In other words, corporate seals were the tools used to emboss or imprint the information about the organization or corporation onto official documents.

Corporate seals contained information including the legal name, the year and the state in which a corporation or company was formed, which further comes instrumental in identifying the legitimate aims of the corporate entity. Corporate seals now are more of vanity imprints and they serve very little legal purpose. However, its legal purpose has not vanished yet. They are still used in the corporate world as means for corporate branding or identification. (more…)

A Monogram Embosser For Multiple Uses

Thursday, July 23rd, 2009

Since time immemorial, people have been using gifts as their way to express love. Among those there are many people who want to give their gifts a more personalized feel or look. A personalized gift speaks volume and says that the presenter has created it keeping the receiver in mind. Thus, it is so special and incomparable! If you are one of those people and looking for a more efficient way to personalize your gifts, then monogram embossers are for you!

All of us would agree that monogramming is one of those ultimate ways to incorporate your personal touch to anything you want to personalize. And when it comes to monogramming, monogram embossers come across as great tools. These embossers are of great importance and they can be used for a number of occasions. Over the time, people have come up with more and more interesting and innovative options to use monogram embossers. Today, people consider these embossers for a wide range of events and occasions, including social and official. Here are a few uses of monogram embossers: (more…)

Considering An Electric Embosser?

Thursday, July 23rd, 2009

With the invention of rubber stamps and embossers, the repetitive task of authenticating documents have become easier. But, this could not be the limit of human innovativeness. Thus, they came up with electric stamps and embossers to ensure a more precise and efficient stamping and embossing. Let us talk about embossers today. Embossing is the kind of craft that involves creating raised impressions on paper or various other metals and non-metals. There are basically two types of embossers- hand-held and electric. Going by the basic idea, you might have perceived that electric embossers are the better, faster and more economical as compared to hand-held ones. (more…)

Know How To Make Stock Certificates

Thursday, July 23rd, 2009

Stock certificates refer to the legal documents that designate ownership of specific shares of stock. In other words, these certificates are issued by an organization or a company to state the rights of the company to its shareholders or stockholders. As a shareholder of the company, a person can have the right to participate in the annual general meetings of the company or cast votes at the company’s shareholder meeting. But today, stock certificates are becoming less popular, because of their cost. They are being replaced by electronic records. But, the fact remains true that stock certificates have their own charm and value. Want to create stock certificates for your business?

In order to create a stock certificate, first you need to find a stock certificate template. No worries! These templates can be found on the Internet and downloaded and printed from various online sources.
Then, you will be required to customize the template, which would involve inclusion of the name of the corporation and the state under which it is organized. Now, fill the name of the person to whom the stock is issued, along with the number and class of the shares being issued, all in the appropriate space. A stock certificate is basically signed by the president and the secretary of the corporation. In certain cases, any authorized officer may sign the stock certificate however! (more…)

Embossing And Embossers

Thursday, July 16th, 2009

What is embossing? Well, it is a special form of craft that involves use of heat or pressure to create image or design on two-dimensional surfaces like paper, textiles or metals. The process is popularly used to improve or enhance various paper products like tissues and paper towels by giving them texture. Embossing has become an important part of today’s life. Embossed letters or images are now created to add extra edge to various things like greeting cards, birthday cards and many more. Embossing is great to give your gifts a professionally crafted look, while still maintaining a personalized feel!

An embosser is an indispensable part of embossing. It can be used in many different ways to add decoration or design to several different materials. Embosser is a tool that is employed to create raised designs or images in a three-dimensional form. Embossers can be both personalized or custom-made. Browse through an art shop and you will get all these! Basically, embossers are the perfect tools for making a uniform mark or logo on several types of materials. Some of the ideal embossing materials include, card board, plastic, foil, leather, steel, paper, gold, silver, iron, platinum, zinc, lead and tin. (more…)

All About Monograms

Thursday, July 16th, 2009

Typically, a monogram is an artistic design that comprises three letters. But, there is no such rule that a monogram should comprise only three letters. This is why we often find some monogram designs that have one letter or two letters with a decorative border. The correct order of the letters of a monogram design is- the first name initial, last name initial and middle name initial, with the last name initial in a slightly larger size in the middle of the monogram.

Monogram has been around us for many decades and it’s a popular craft. Weddings are a popular event or occasion that use monogram designs to decorate various items. When creating monogram for a married couple, the common construction is the woman’s first name initial, the couple’s married last name and the husband’s first name, with the initial of the couple’s married last name in a slightly larger size in the middle of the monogram! (more…)