Cards in the printer


Not sure this subject has come up in the past, how do people usually do pint the cards from the computer? Blank cards in the printer looks like a major jam.


I buy from Kinkos/stationery stores

the bordered invitation or double card with perforation. I found though that ink jet printing fades in a few years on cheap paper, so I buy good card stock.

I have Kinko's color copy on their laser copier the design with borders (I do it two to four card or more to a page). It's not cheap, but the card will last and the color will not fade.

Mari H.

The Enchanter

Well, if you should test your printing or for final product i'd use index cards...they're a little cheaper. I use them when i like to make games with cards...very easy to use