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Hello Vendors,We have just launched our business, Down-to-Earth Paperworks: Invitations and Stationery, and are just getting our feet wet in marketing ourselves. We have Facebook and Twitter pages…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Sandra Aaron Mar 18, 2010.

 

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Down-to-Earth Paperworks is a design studio dedicated to creating handmade invitations and stationery for all of life's memorable occasions. We strive to create pieces that will impress your guests and set the tone for your special event. Our process involves working closely with you so that the final product is a reflection of your own distinctive style.
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At 6:26pm on July 27, 2010, InvitationsByChrissy.com said…
It works well on some metallic papers. I usually do a test print first to make sure it's not going to smudge. If it does smudge, I use a quick spray of Krylon Preserve It Digital Photo and Paper Protectant in Matte after I print to seal it. It doesn't affect the sheen of any of the metallic papers I've used. I try to avoid the extra step if I can, but sometimes it can't be helped if a client insists on a certain paper stock.

I've thought of trying to use a laser printer, but can't figure out which one is right for what we do. I worry about paper thickness...

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At 8:46am on July 27, 2010, InvitationsByChrissy.com said…
Hello!

I saw your post on the stationery vendors forum about laser printers. I don't personally use a laser printer. My favorite in house printer is the Epson R1900. It's a pigment inkjet that gives me great results. It's moderately priced too at about $599. Hope this helps! :)

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