It’s 2019! On behalf of Bookbinding Services, we would like to wish each of our customers a Happy New Year – may the year ahead bring you success and happiness.
The start of a new year is always exciting – new goals are set, new plans are put in place and new adventures await.
For most of the hospitality industry, the start of a new year means the winding down of a busy season and the start of a slower pace of life.
It’s a time to look back at their guestbooks and reminisce on the visitors who have come and gone, and the ones who are returning and all the memories gathered over the past year.
The bookbinding or bookmaker profession has an intricate history and has undergone many changes in order for it to arrive at the method that Bookbinders South Africa uses today.
Ancient techniques were developed and paved the way for the evolution of this wonderful craft.
Bookbinding Services offers an array of bookbinding options – whether you need guestbooks, wedding photo albums, promotional pamphlets or even one of your favourite books rebound and repaired – we have got you covered.
Bookbinding just like any other professional service, has a lot of industry-related jargon. In this article, we’ve defined a few of the more technical terms for easy understanding.
We at Bookbinding Services believe that having a healthy relationship with reading forms the basis for many other important areas of one’s intellectuality.
Apart from the fact that we do high quality bookbinding, we are also strongly passionate about the future of our youth and the impact that their foundational education has on the rest of their lives. Reading is one of the biggest building blocks of this foundation.
As schools shut down for the year and holiday season approaches us, Bookbinding Services would like to offer our book repair services to both schools and parents alike.
I for one can’t believe it’s almost the end of the year, how time has flown.
Just yesterday we were all making New Year resolutions and promising to be “healthier”, just yesterday we were all complaining about the cold and how much we missed summer.
It’s now October, the weather is sweet and the Christmas decorations have hit the shops in all their glory.
Is your family's history destined for a larger audience?
We often get bookbinding requests for family history books and thought it was fitting to give you a few guidelines on where to start with your very own.
The whole endeavor may seem quite challenging but with these useful tips it may prove easier than you thought.
At Bookbinding Port Elizabeth we understand that books carry a certain sentimental value with them.
Family bibles for instance become more than just a book when passed on by loved ones.
Bookbinding has been around for many centuries and due to the development of technology it has become far more mechanically orientated.
With machines taking over it's easy to lose the level of workmanship and quality of service.
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