Printing Journal Cards

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  1. krscraps

    krscraps I'm a nerd.

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    Hey guys.

    For those of you that print your own cards, what kind of cardstock do you use to print them?

    Thanks!
     
  2. gracielou

    gracielou Well-Known Member

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    I use matte presentation paper. It gives me the richest colors.
     
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  3. bestcee

    bestcee Lorelei and Rory are my neighbors

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    I've followed in Peppermint's and Wendybird's footsteps. I use Epson Matte Presentation Paper for all my hybrid needs.
     
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  4. Karen

    Karen Alarm off, brunch ON

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    The ATC girls recommended some matte paper to me and it's the best thing ever! I'll never print digi stuff on anything else! It's not as thick as the cardstock I used to use, but the quality is unbelievable! It talk about it here in post #55 and post #71 shows a sample card printed on regular card stock and then printed on the matte brochure paper.

    https://the-lilypad.com/forum/threads/closed-tlp-artist-trading-card-swap-004-june.37255/page-3

    It was half off at Staples when I bought it... so $20
     
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  5. jsutterfield4

    jsutterfield4 Member

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    I love the Presentation Paper Matte... it prints beautifully! Make sure to change your printer settings to know what kind of paper you are printing on. The printer will put out different levels of ink depending on the type of paper selected.
     
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