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Back in the day - Event Ticket Printing | Event Ticket Printing

Back in the day

by ticketprinting on December 15, 2008

When we were little, we weren’t allowed a lot of television (when we were little, there wasn’t all that much of interest to children on the telly, but that’s another story) and we had to entertain ourselves. We didn’t need the television anyway. On long summer days, we put on our own plays.

We wrote our own scripts, of course, and put together costumes from scraps we found in the back of Mum’s closet. Set design was left largely to the imagination, but one thing that seemed as important as the story itself was the tickets we made up and “sold” to our family and friends.

We probably put as much effort into those tickets as we did into rehearsals. Somehow, the ticket was a tangible mark of our intention as well as our audience’s. We would perform; spectators would watch. That was the deal implied by our tickets.

To that end, they had to be beautiful, appropriately decorated with dragons, princesses, knights, and castles. The ticket was the perfect symbol for our imaginations. The play was ephemeral, a fleeting thing ended as we took our final curtain call. The ticket would last.

Tickets can be like that for adults, too. Custom tickets are simple enough for even the mildly creative adult. Digital files provide the appropriate background, and modern fonts let you trumpet your event details.

Offer your fans a great promise and a great deal and put the magic back into your show. Design your own custom tickets!

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