Recommended products to build and assemble your downloads

I am often asked for recommendations for the best supplies to assemble the worksheets purchased from my website. So I decided to add an extra page to my website dedicated to helping you find the best value and high quality products. All of the products I recommend have been tried and tested by myself, and a lot of them I have been using for years. Just click on each photo for more information and prices.

1. A4 Laminating Pouches

I have always found the Texet brand pouches to be very high quality. These come in 150 microns in a pack of 100 pouches.

2. Self-adhesive hook and loop dots

You may be surprised to know that I don't recommend the Velcro brand hook and loop dots. When I first started my business I only used Velcro and I found that they were never really sticky enough, and things would fall off. I then moved to this brand and found not only were they better quality, but the price was so much cheaper. This listing will get you 1,000 dots (500 loop and 500 hook) for a price that normally only gets you 500 in total. Bargain!

3. Dry wipe pens

If you are laminating and reusing some of my products such as the toddler tracing sets, tracing flashcards or maths sets, you are defiantly going to want some of these. They come in a pack of 4 different colours and are easy to wipe clean once you are finished. Just a quick wipe with a damp cloth or a baby wipe and they are like new.

4. A4 Punched pockets

If you do not want to have to purchase hook and loop dots you can always use a lot of my products by placing the printed sheets inside punched pockets. You can then cut out each piece and place it on top, without the need for adhesive dots. You can also use a dry wipe pen on these pockets, and then wipe them clean.

5. HP Office Paper

I tried so many different types of paper to try and find the one that was cost effective, but also high quality. When I discovered the HP Office paper I never used anything else after that. I have always found it to be not only reasonably priced but great quality. I also believe that it is actually much better than the HP premium paper and it is £2 cheaper per ream.

6. Texet A4 Laminator

I have had a couple of these Texet laminators and they are great value for money. If you are looking for a budget laminator for occasional use then this is the one for the job.

I hope these recommendations are have been helpful when deciding what to buy. If there is anything else you would like me to recommend just send me a quick email at and I will be happy to help.

This page contains affiliate links to products. I may receive a commission for purchases made through these links, but this does not affect the price you pay. I only recommend products that I have tried myself and would recommend to others.

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