Printing a Card
There are two Easy Ways to Print
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Our suggestion would be to print it on regular computer paper first, so you don't waste your card-stock. Also, make sure you choose borderless printing on your device's web browser. With this method you print on the front and back of the Avery card-stock. Printing the front of the card first. Give it a few minutes to dry. Then, turn it over (end to end) and print the inside message.
Again, we suggest printing on regular computer paper first, and choose borderless printing on your device's web browser. With this method you print only the front of the card on Avery card-stock, then you print the inside on regular computer paper.
Once printed, this method will require a little bit of assembly. Once the front is printed, give it a few minutes to dry, then crease it where the scoreline is. Then, take the printed computer paper and carefully fold it in half, then crease. Then put it inside the card-stock to get your card lined up correctly, (making sure the inside of the card is going the same direction as the outside of the card). Then use double sided tape to affix the inside to the outside, taping only the left-hand side of the card in several places should be sufficient.
#3 For the Adventurous and Crafty – You will need:Avery prescored card-stock, Epson Presentation Paper, Multi-Purpose Scoring Board, your color printer, double sided tape, and possibly Pop-Up Foam Squares. We have provided a free demo card.
Print the card using step 2 above. However, rather than using standard computer paper, use Epson Presentation paper. Print the outside on the presentation paper. You will need to use the "Multi-Purpose Scoring Board" to score the presentation paper. Print the inside of the card with Avery prescored card-stock. Then use double sided tape to affix the inside to the outside, taping only the left-hand side of the card in several places should be sufficient.
Embellishments can add pzazz to a card. Three dimensional stick-on's, glitter, etc. An easy method for creating your own three dimensional stick-on's is to print another outside page of the card. On this page you cut out objects from the page that you want to add as stick-on's. You stick these objects over the matching objects on the card with Scotch: Pop-Up Foam Squares. This provides a nice three dimensional look to the card. This step is really where you can use your own creativity to produce a unique and beautiful card.