Post # 1
If anyone has printed on vellum paper before and has any advice I woul greatly appreciate. I’m actually trying to make an oranment. Last year I took our wedding invinations and shredded them and then put them in a glass ornament. This year I want to type up a birth annoucment and and then cut it up and put it in a glass oranment as a “Baby’s First Christmas”.
Post # 3
I’ts been a while but I think it worked best for me if you change the print quality to fast draft or something like that and make sure to let it fully dry.
Post # 4
@KatieLu I print on velum all the time at work, unforuntately we use industrial printers. Are you trying to use your own printer? I would suggest just putting the file on a flash drive and bringing it to staples or office depot and getting it printed there, it will only cost around $1
Post # 5
@KatieLu: I do it all the time. I have a brother ink jet printer at home and it works fine, you just have to let it dry for about 10 minutes. I’ve also used our laser printer at work and had no problems with it!
It works like normal paper in my experience 🙂
Post # 6
@KatieLu: I also use industrial printer on vellum. But my biggest tip is LET IT DRY its takes alot longer for the ink to so try not to touch it or let it stack up in the tray (if your stacking multiple sheets)