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I don't think many of your will be able to find a local Gocco supplier. I bought mine on Etsy from feltcafe but there's a few sellers that have them. As well, every once in a while Papersource has them. I think that ordering from Etsy is cheaper for the machine - I paid $100 US for mine. I order ink from Papersource though since it's quicker then waiting for a shipment from Japan. Last I checked Papersource only does them online, not in stores.

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For those of you that are interested in Gocco's, another option is to rent one. In Vancouver we have an art's studio named Blim that rents them out - I've heard of a lot of cities having somewhere that rents them. If you're just planning on using it once for wedding stuff, then that's a great way to go.

 

The other cool thing about gocco'ing is that you can emboss it (with embossing powder that you can buy anywhere that sells stamps/ink pads). It doesn't work great with fonts but with pictures it works perfect. I wish I had thought of it before I did all my invites - I would have embossed the blue leaves on the main card.

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Wow- so I have never heard of the printer you used and I'm somewhat still confused, but that's not surprising.

 

I think your invites are great- I can't tell you did them hurriedly. I love the blue leaves and the sparkly pocket folds. Very pretty- great job.

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