Specefic CSS for different node display

I choosed drupal to make a small application that allow me to insert people data and print a 3 differents types of vouchers, one for the person, one for me and the last as an archive.
To create a different type of node displays i used the Display Suite module .
The problem is that i want to theme those differents display by adding custom headers and static text on the header and the footer to print it later.

Is there any way to do that? custom module?contribution module?
Thank you

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