Small Size Newspapers Measure Approximately 6 X 9 Inches
Small Size Newspapers have torn edges. They look like they were torn out of a regular size newspaper.
Quantity 1 comes with 10 copies. Quantity 2 comes with 20 copies.
You know how hard it is to find a TRULY unique gift. Well, now you've found one. Representing some of the finest, most outrageous entertainment you'll ever find for pocket change. You do NOT have to supply your photo, but it's better if you can (same price either way). The backs of each article are covered in generic, unrelated story text to complete the look and feel of perfect authenticity. Keep these for years in scrapbooks and picture albums. Send them to relatives, friends, co-workers, soon-to-be ex-friends and various and assorted victims!
A Common Question:
Will you edit or fix my mistakes?
No. We don't anymore. In most cases, when we corrected someone's spelling, punctuation or grammar while setting up the template to print, we received a nasty email back from the customer a week later, explaining that "Grammmy" really was spelled with three M's in THEIR part of the country, or that they left that comma out on purpose, or that Billy Ray was one word, not two, or that "nuclear" was actually spelled nucluler" in eastern Florida, etc. You simply MUST proof-read your story before submitting it, and have a friend or relative proof-read it as well. Twice. Or more.
But what if something you send us doesn't make sense? Won't we certainly correct it THEN? About a third of the stories that are sent to us, make no sense to us! They make perfect sense to the customer---but not to us. Usually it's some "inside joke", the meaning of which we're not privy to and will never know.
We print what you submit. Exactly. Period.
This product page is written for those who wish to write their own newspaper story or article from scratch. If you submit your story from this page, your story will not automatically feature ANY image or picture, unless you supply them. You must supply your own image or picture from this page. If, on the other hand, you want to use the image that is featured with one of our pre-written stories, you must submit your article from that product page.
To browse our pre-written stories, which come with their own images or pictures, please start from our home page and choose the category of story you're looking for.
If you want to write your story from scratch:
Depending on which size you choose, you may also fill in such things as the newspaper name, the newspaper headline, the article title, the article date, and a bunch of other stuff. Most customers send a photo of the event they're describing, and also a photo of the individual (victim) they are writing about. This would be inset onto the main photo (we do that for you). Many folks choose not to use any photo at all. It's entirely up to you.
If you decide to use one of our pre-written stories:
You need to figure out which one you're going to use. You should start at our home page (here) and begin browsing through the categories. When you've found the story you want to use, simply fill in the form, click the SUBMIT button and follow the prompts. You may use the complete text of the article you've ordered, or you may use bits and pieces of several of our pre-written stories (mix and match as you wish) to make one story. You may change our pre-written story in any way you desire. It's entirely up to you. We don't care what you write, or how you write it. We do not read your material in any case. You may send us a picture of your victim to be used as an inset on the main image, or you may elect not to send us any pictures. By default we use the same image that appears in the sample; you may add an inset of your victim or not. You should fill in any of the spaces you want us to use with the text of your choosing. If you don't want certain things to be used (like the date, or the location, etc.), type NONE in the box. That's all there is to it.
You do not "have" to use a story at all. Some people only want a headline (usually movie productions and playwrights). Some people only want a picture with no story, not even a headline. It's entirely up to you.
Whatever you provide, we'll print.
Whatever you don't provide, obviously won't be printed.
When we receive your order, we'll arrange everything onto one of our templates. Once it's all arranged, we print, and then notify you when it's been shipped.
You may specify and pay for rush delivery.
We can ship to virtually any address in the world. Note that there are restrictions on some products, and some products cannot be shipped to international destinations. Shipping quotes and estimated times of delivery do not reflect design and or print estimates. Usually we can design and print your product in 24 hours, at times it can take as long as 72 hours before it ships with your chosen shipping method.
We offer USPS Priority Mail and USPS Express Overnight Shipping options.
To reflect the policies of the shipping companies we use, all weights will be rounded up to the next full pound.
All orders will be shipped out within 72 hours. Please allow for weekends and holidays. Sometimes we ship them as soon as a few hours after you order. If you order any of the Express options, your order will go to the top of the que, it becomes a priority order to us, however that does not mean it will ship the same day. We do our best to accommodate rush orders if you contact us in advance.
The article turned out very nice
I am so happy with my purchase. It looks great. They even gave me several copies, which I was not expecting. Great work!
Hells Bells. You advert said a couple of day and it would arrive on my door step.I got it in one day! You ought to be thankful! . A total amazing use of my money. Maybe i go to Twitter or Facebook t o discuss your amazing products!
My finished "fake newspaper" article was exactly what I ordered! As advertised, it printed my "article" word for word and I was very pleased with the finished product. And I really liked getting ten copies. Job well done!
Another huge thanks to this site for saving my life! Thought I'd never find one with this kind of "odd" service but they actually do exist. The products of small newspapers came to the office in perfect form, the torn edges looks great too.