Post # 1
I am familiar with papercraft, and have even printed and bound my own books! but that was all on letterpress, and I don’t have one of those in my home. 🙁
I don’t have the time/ resources/ patience for the GOCCO, mostly because of it’s lack of ready availability. So, I need printer recommendations. What printer did you use to print your own invites at home?
Have any of you printed your own magnets with magnet paper? How did that go? (http://www.custom-magnets.com/ink-jet-magnet-sheets.htm)
Thanks in advance!!
Post # 3
My fiance and I have just sent ours out and they came out great!! no-one knew they where home-made. The trickiest part being cutting them, but with the help of a guillatine it’s not too bad. The magnet sheets feed through and print on just like card stock. Easy as pie!
Post # 4
Not even kiding – i used my HP DeskJet to print the invites for my BFF’s wedding shower, did the invites, response cards, addressing and EVERYTHING I could on that thing. Everyone thought that I had spent money to have them printed (they obviously didn’t know me at all!). I am planning on doing the same thing with my wedding invites.
Post # 5
Look at Target! …..or a crafft store
I am going to do my own invites. I looked at target the other day and was very impressed with how nice the kits look.
They comes with everything….invites, rsvp, enveope, ribbons. You just print at home
They range for $30-$45.
Post # 6
what type of printer do you use?