Post # 1
Aside from Kinkos and Staples, can anyone suggest a place to get my cardstock cut? Some of it will already have printed text on, others will be black.
I’d also consider hiring someone that’s very good at cutting card stock (straight lines, no jagged edges) that is looking to help a diy bride and could use a little cash.
Need quick turnaround (by March 10th) so any help is appreciated. I purchased a paper cutter online and it just sucked and I don’t want to get another one, as once I’m done with the wedding, I’ll have no use for the cutters.
Please PM me if interested, thanks.
Post # 3
Not sure if this will work or not, but there are so many framing places in the city I wonder if they do it for you for a small fee? If they cut matting all day, they should be pretty skilled.
Post # 4
When I was looking around, I just googles for local print shops since they cut paper for their jobs. Cost me $15 (Cdn) to cut 150 – 5 part invitations.
edit .. All mine were printed on and took them about 15 mins … They did it while I waited.
Post # 5
- Wedding: August 2010 - Ocean View Villas/Jasmine Seafood Restaurant
I’m in Chicago and also looked into local printing shops. They all ended up being more expensive than Kinkos, so I just went there.
Post # 6
i went to Print Icon on 18th st. and they cut my cards for me while I waited. $10 to cut ~125 cards
Post # 7
Can you find a paper cutter anywhere to use? My Fiance found one at his work and brought it home for the weekend. We cut our cardstock and he brought the cutter back Monday morning.
Post # 8
Any print shop should be able to help you. Have you tried contacting local art students?
Post # 9
Found a huge local stationery store and got my some paper cut there at $2 per cut; Fiance also cut a lot of paper – we figured out his talent. So all worked out and we are almost done – whew!