Use strong, bright marker pens, paints, craft dyes and good quality photos. You don't have to use special pens, just make sure the colours are bright and bold.
Don't use pencils, crayons, metallics, fluoros or glitter. These don't show up very well on the finished product.
Draw inside the drawing area marked on the template. We do our best, but up to 2cm can get trimmed off from one or more edges during manufacture, so make sure to keep important names and dates away from the edge.
Write your child's name in the box in the top right corner, and write the number of copies you'd like in the box below. Some drawing paper templates are used for more than one product, so make sure you are filling out the right box.
Photos should be glued in place well. Large, bright close-ups are best as they will slightly blur and darken during manufacture.
Some products may have features like clock hands or calendar hangars inside the drawing area. Be aware of these when placing your photos—nobody wants a clock mechanism between the eyes!
Any marks in the drawing area may show up on the final product. Rub out any pencil marks properly, or use a fresh sheet of drawing paper.
Don't roll, fold or crease the paper. Keep it flat and free from damage.
Download and print drawing paper
Pictureproducts offers a wide range of beautiful products for your child to decorate. Just download the drawing paper template for your chosen product below, print it out, and return the completed drawing to your project Organiser.
Note that where there is an A3 option, if you use the A4 template then your child's drawing will be scaled up on the finished product.
For pricing and availability information, see the order form supplied by your organiser.