(Closed) Hobby lobby programs- printing

posted 6 years ago in DIY
Post # 2
1402 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2016

I have no experience with this item, but you may be able to to it at your library. Just go at a time when it isn’t busy and thus the staff will probably have more time to help you. I printed all of my invitations on the huge xerox machine at work, which is also the library’s public printer. My home printer couldn’t handle the paper because it was way too heavy, but the library printer did it no problem. That said, folded paper is no problem for a print shop. The only thing I could see them turning down is something stapled.

Post # 4
3080 posts
Sugar bee

I bought and printed something similar, for my daughters’ weddings. They were 8.5 by 11 inch bi-fold, so they fit into my printer perfectly. 50 were 9.99. They were Laura Ashley/Gartner Studios, from Bed, Bath and Beyond, ordered online, card stock, and in two colors. Shipping was free then, but that may no longer be offered.

The same style is sold at Party City for 14.99. Another option to consider, that isn’t H.L.

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