Post # 1
So, I’m working on my save the dates. We want to make them wallet-sized and then just add magnets to the back. At the beginning this sounded super easy…until I realized that I have no clue how to go about printing. Can I just print the save the dates as wallets like the printer option gives? Also how do I print addresses on the envelopes? I am totally lost and would appreciate any ideas. Thanks a bunch! It’s a shame I’m not technology savvy 🙁
Post # 3
I’m not sure about printing wallet size, but I assume there may be a template that you can just paste multiple designs in and print/cut?
I am going to print directly on my envelopes, and I’ve mailmerged all of my addresses and was able to select my envelope size and manipulate where I wanted them to appear on the envelope. I will have to feed each envelope through though.
Not sure if that answered your question, good luck!
Post # 4
Why don’t you print them as sheets of wallet-sized photos at Target/Walmart/CVS/your photo printing place of choice? Just have one high-quality image and then do it at the kiosk–they let you choose what size you want (i.e. 4×6 single photos, sheets of 2 5x7s, etc). A sheet of wallet-sized photos is usually an option. Then you can just cut them and mount them from there.
Post # 5
Hm perhaps! Those are great ideas thank you! Does anyone else have advice on how to do the envelopes? I think I need detailed instructions for it.
Post # 6
Umm, let me try to help.
in Word – to go Tools, Envelopes and Lables. Then choose Options. Pick your envelope size and then pick how you want to load the envelopes into the printer. From there you can type in the addresses one by one.
Obviously it would be easier to mail merge. Start with an excel spreadsheet of your addresses. In mail merge, you can choose “envelope options” again to choose the size of the envelope and how you will load it. Then you would browse for your excel document, select the cells you want to create the addresses, and complete the merge.
I hope this helps!
Post # 7
BaltoMDBride- Thank you so much! I went to word to make sure I knew what you were talking about and I think I have found it. I’ve never used excel before but there is a button on word called mail merge so I shall give it a shot. 🙂