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Old 04-08-2022, 11:50 AM   #1  
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I use SU card stock for card making. However, when I use Very Vanilla, I would like to use a similar color for inside my cards. The weight should be a bit lighter than SU so it goes through my printer. Can anyone suggest paper? Thanks so much.
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I use SU card stock for card making. However, when I use Very Vanilla, I would like to use a similar color for inside my cards. The weight should be a bit lighter than SU so it goes through my printer. Can anyone suggest paper? Thanks so much.

No idea of a similar paper but I run SU white and vanilla (regular, not Thick) through our Canon inkjet printer frequently. Is it not working in your machine?
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No idea of a similar paper but I run SU white and vanilla (regular, not Thick) through our Canon inkjet printer frequently. Is it not working in your machine?
Thank you for responding. The regular SU card stock runs through my HP OfficeJet Pro easily, but when I only use black ink for my card sayings, I'd rather use my HP LaserJet. But the paper won't go through.
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I run Gina K layering weight paper through my laser printer. I do not own Very Vanilla by SU, so I can't compare the color. GKD Ivory might be a close match.
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I run Gina K layering weight paper through my laser printer. I do not own Very Vanilla by SU, so I can't compare the color. GKD Ivory might be a close match.
I have combined Gina K Ivory with SU Very Vanilla and not been able to tell the difference.
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