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Old 08-10-2007, 09:14 AM   #1  
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Default Vellum Questions

What is the difference between the SU vellum paper & the SU vellum cardstock.

Does the vellum work well in a printer?

What is the best way to adhere vellum to regular cardstock?

Sorry for all the questions I am working on idea's for my brother's wedding invites.
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Old 08-10-2007, 10:01 AM   #2  
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What is the difference between the SU vellum paper & the SU vellum cardstock.
Don't know that one

Does the vellum work well in a printer?
Usually works fine. In my old printer it sometimes slipped a bit.

What is the best way to adhere vellum to regular cardstock?
Get vellum tape at your local store (or maybe it's still in the SU catalog)

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The vellum cardstock is definitely thicker and stiffer. I haven't run either through my printer but I have heard that you should use the cardstock for that because the regular vellum can rip.

As for attaching vellum, you can always use a brad or eyelet if you don't have the vellum tape (which works pretty well although I always try to put the tape in a camoflaged area). I have also wrapped the vellum around the whole piece of cardstock and just taped it on the back, then added this layer to my card.
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