(Closed) Printing on Paper Source Luxe paper

posted 4 years ago in Paper
Post # 4
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18 posts
Newbee

I have not used that type of paper, but I have successfully laser printed on curious metallics and stardream metallics.  I also had curious metallic cover printed with both regular and thermographic print at a professional printer.   Do either of these brands make something similar?  You can get them at cutcardstock.com, paper-papers.com, paperworks,com and paperandmore.com (I have used them all)  I think I have also used Shine brand metallics successfully as well.  Inkjets printers are a no-no because the paper doesn’t absorb the ink and it just never dries.

Post # 5
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1918 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

That type of paper is meant to be professionally printed.  Laser printing will flake and inkjet printing will smear.  I’ve had luck with stamping it though.  I used it for my wedding stationery and made a stamp with our names on it.

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