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Ooh, and I redid my fans. Maybe I should have taken a picture of the new ones....darnit!

 

I just added some more color, did find 110# paper and also stole the chicago screw (hubby liked that better than the brad)

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Janet is not presently here (at least she shouldn't, she gets hitched tomorrow at 4 p.m.) - BUT I did print my programs at home on my printer and I am pretty sure (not 100% but 98%) that Janet did also.
 

Originally Posted by pinkinboca View Post

Great Job :) Did you print these at home?



 

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How did you print on 110# paper? What kind of home printer do you have? I've been having a world of trouble trying to print my invites on heavy cardstock (80-110#)!!

 

Thanks in advance for your advice :-)
 

Originally Posted by anudrm View Post

Ooh, and I redid my fans. Maybe I should have taken a picture of the new ones....darnit!

 

I just added some more color, did find 110# paper and also stole the chicago screw (hubby liked that better than the brad)



 

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I have a HP LaserJet with manual feed. I would only print 10 at a time, yet I had no problems printing on 110# paper.  What problems are you encountering? Is it feeding the paper in or just not printing deep enough. Do you have a laserjet or an inkjet? (Yeah there's a difference, LOL)

Originally Posted by acireta View Post

How did you print on 110# paper? What kind of home printer do you have? I've been having a world of trouble trying to print my invites on heavy cardstock (80-110#)!!

 

Thanks in advance for your advice :-) 

 



 

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I have an HP inkjet F4280. The paper keeps jamming. The weird thing is, it printed about 10 pages of cardstock (monograms for the belly bands) and now it refuses to print on the 110#.

 

What do you mean by manual printing? Did you feed it through the back of the printer (mine is a front-feed printer)?

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I have a top loading printer. My printer feeds from the back, I'm not sure if that makes a difference.  Most cardstock is only 65#, so there is a huge weight difference and that can play a factor in why the printer is feeding your paper in. Have you tried to print it one by one, I know it is tedious but it may work....confused.gif

Originally Posted by acireta View Post

I have an HP inkjet F4280. The paper keeps jamming. The weird thing is, it printed about 10 pages of cardstock (monograms for the belly bands) and now it refuses to print on the 110#.

 

What do you mean by manual printing? Did you feed it through the back of the printer (mine is a front-feed printer)?



 

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