Post # 1
I really want to do DIY pocketfold invitations, how ever I’m trying to do a sample invitation and I don’t know how to feed the paper into the printer. Do I center it or put it way to the right because it only has one thingy on the right to adjust the paper. What margin sizes do I use on the left and right?
Should I just buy a sample invitation from a website? Any good websites that sell sample pocketfold invitations out there?
Post # 3
cardsandpockets.com carry everything you could possobly want 🙂
Post # 4
I you haven’t already bought the cut paper, I think it is easier to print on 8.5×11 paper and cut it down to size later. Depending on the size of your pockets and inserts, you can fit 2-4 items on a page usually. I am making the main part of my pocket fold as 5.5 in squares simply because I can get two out of one sheet of paper.
Post # 5
I agree with JoJo- I am making my invitations and bought all the paper and enclosure pocket fold from papersource (you can also order a paper swatch book from them for $5 so you can see what all the paper looks like before you buy). And I printed all of the paper inserts on 8.5×11 and cut it down to size. I also bought a round paper punch to round the corners and give it a more custom look.