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Old 02-17-2005, 01:22 PM   #1  
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Hi I have a printer question or two.
Do you use your printers for stuff?
How much do you use it for your stamping?
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Old 02-17-2005, 02:16 PM   #2  
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I print almost all of my card insides -- I never stamp them. This way I can personalize the greeting, and I don't get tired of the same thing over and over. Also, the recipient can actually read the message, instead of trying to decipher my handwriting!
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I too, use my printer for the card insides. I also do small caption boxes for the front. It is so nice to change to mood of the card with different fonts. Sometimes I use word art to shape the text too. I have run mulberry paper and velum through my printer. Mulberry needs to be taped to regular paper and you can use just a 1/4 of a sheet. I love using my printer to help with card making!
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What type of printer do you have? I need to purchase a new one and wondering what would be best?

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My hubby got me a dream boat of a printer.

Its a HP Photosmart 8150
Its got an onboard HD and the detail in the printing,(even just script) is amazing and sharp.
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