The making of… customized planner covers

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Here’s a final video from the series Cecilia took at our plant in Montreal, which shows covers being hot stamped with the logo of Grande Prairie Regional College in Alberta, Canada.

Hot stamping is a process in which an engraved image, or die, is heated, then forced down against a cover with a marking foil sandwiched in between. Where the die meets the cover, the ink from the foil is left behind.

If you’d like more information about customizing covers for your company or organization, check out our Customization Wizard, which lets you explore options and submit an inquiry.

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