Free Printable Stationery

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The paper that comes out of your printer is one relentless white sheet after another, which makes your correspondence oh-so-boring. A new site called Free Printable Stationery offers more than 150 stationery designs that you can download, personalize, and print. The selections include business letterhead, informal personal stationery, plus party invitations, animal-themed pages, and more. You can download lined or unlined versions, then use Microsoft Word (or your favorite free word processor that uses the .DOC format) to customize and print the stationery. And in case you forgot the spelling rule like we did: stationary means standing still; stationery is paper you write on. As far as we know, the stationery is stationary.

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17 Responses to “Free Printable Stationery”

  1. Terri says:

    I checked out your ‘Free Printable Stationery’ and love all the stationery you’ve created. Is your site updated regularly? I’m most definitely going to spread the word about your great web site!
    Thank you so much! =)

  2. Cheapy says:

    Thanks. The stationery site will be updated from time to time with new designs… a new feature coming soon will offer matching envelopes.

  3. Maureen Roe says:

    As a teacher I will find your stationary very useful when working with students

  4. Rick says:

    Looked all over tne net and this is as good as it gets. I vary my stationary so my clients dont get bored.

  5. charlene says:

    I wish it wasn’t in doc format.i still use widows 98/me so i can use them.but your site is still good to people who can afford windows xp

  6. Cheapy says:

    DOC format works with Windows 98/Me… Heck, all the way back to Windows 3.1. The stationery does require Microsoft Word, but is not for XP only.

  7. Mariana says:

    Great site! I work with kids and that kind of resource is invaluable! Thank you for your effort!

  8. Lori says:

    I love your stationary! It is really nice, especially when I want to send my friends a note, and not on regualr lined paper! I also like how it can be realistic, or funny! 🙂 Thank You Very Much For The Stationary!

  9. t. baldwin says:

    love the designs

  10. Cheryle says:

    Love the site

  11. Melissa says:

    Thank you so much! I love your free stationary, and really appreciate it.

  12. TwainsWife says:

    I wish it’s didn’t require word. We just got a new computer and it didn’t come with it. You’re site will be the first I visit when I get it though!!

  13. Sue says:

    Thanks for the free papers. My students will enjoy writing thank you notes on them for the camera that was recently donated to our classroom!

  14. David Tananbaum says:

    Dear Webmaster:

    Do you have any personal “thank You stationary” for Microsoft Word ?


  15. Gasosa says:

    I’ve already visited this stationery website many times, and I don’t write boring letters anymore.
    Every letter I write has these special draws, and I even made a list with the ones I’ve sent already, so I don’t repeat it to the same person.
    It’s fab!

  16. Edwina says:

    Great designs – especially for us folk that haven’t upgraded to newer versions of Office. Just the thing to make the “How to clean your room” instructions for the kids more interesting