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you should def give it a try! i was really discouraged with her template too.....IDK what it was, but i guess i was just lost.....def try it in Word and PP!! good luck!!!
 

Originally Posted by ursula View Post

Thanks so much for sharing. I really wanted to do these on my own but when i started playing around with Aylee's free template i got a little discouraged and had almost made up my mind to pay someone for the invites.  I'm so happy you posted, it gave me hope that i can do this on my own.  unfortunately i don't have photoshop but I'm going to try it on Word or PP.  Gonna start this weekend! :)



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These are awesome!  Can you tell me what the weight of the cardstock you used for the cover and the inside pages? 

And I had another question  - the Dell V515w, is this a laser jet printer because I looked it up and it says Inkjet?  I hear laser jet printers will print fine on heavy cardstock than inkjet printers, is this correct?

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HI- Thank you!!

 

This is the cardstock from paperandmore......the paper weight is 105", according to the website!

 

http://www.paperandmore.com/metallic_cardstock_pink_azalea_105.html



The Dell printer is acutally an Inkjet printer.....that specific metallic cardstock does not work on laser printers......i tried it on my laser printer at work and the ink just rubs right off.....the Inkjet printer works awesome on this paper! But if you are considering heavy cardstock like this one, you need to get a printer, like this Dell, that could handle heavy parper.....I originally tried using my regular Inkjet printer and the black wasn't coming out dark enough.....it looked more like a dark grey.......definately can't go wrong with this Dell!!

Originally Posted by klx15 View Post

These are awesome!  Can you tell me what the weight of the cardstock you used for the cover and the inside pages? 

And I had another question  - the Dell V515w, is this a laser jet printer because I looked it up and it says Inkjet?  I hear laser jet printers will print fine on heavy cardstock than inkjet printers, is this correct?



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