START by using the 8 ½” x 11” art paper (30% larger than the competition) we supply free of charge.
ADD fun to the process by using specific themes or lessons.
USE bright bold colors and wide borders. Markers, tempera and water color paints work well.
FILL the entire paper edge-to-edge for best reproduction of the artwork on our products.
CONSULT our ART GUIDELINES and take advantage of the dozens of free LESSON PLANS we offer.
Once the artwork is completed, it is sent to us for production of a custom full color 4” x 5” preview magnet. A magnet is produced for each piece of artwork submitted and is included in a Magnet Package. This step allows the students and families to see the quality of the reproduction before they make their selections. Each Magnet Package contains:
The preview magnet
Fundraising product brochure
A customized program letter
Families may purchase the preview magnet, return it with no obligation and/or purchase any of the other items offered.
Publicize the program in the school newsletter, on the daily announcements, etc.
Follow the tips offered in our e-Marketing Kit to promote the program.
Showcase our striking sample products and eye-catching posters in the display case, office and other high traffic areas.
Our regular email notifications make it easy to plan, promote and administer your program.
Artwork only needs to be sent one time for creation of the initial preview magnet.
Orders are then submitted using our pre-paid UPS shipping label.
The completed orders arrive in 12 business days or less – fastest in the industry!
Order Summary Report provides complete order detail for the program.
Keep profits growing by placing additional orders at any time and receiving full credit.
What People Are Saying
“Original Works is a fabulous program. It’s through the support of parents purchasing these wonderful items, that I am able to obtain some of the cool supplies I have here at Pennock. I use the proceeds as my primary source for funding our school arts program in a time when school district funding around the country has been decreasing.”