Friday, January 23, 2015

Valentine Large Cards- Basic Printing Directions- Party Store

Need just a fun adorable and CUTE Valentine Card. My large Valentine cards are cute,  make a statement,  and so much better than out of the box designs. They are easy peasy to make and will make all the other moms ask WHERE DO YOU GET THESE?
They come in many fun styles. You can add your name with sharpie or pen to bottom or back of the cards.  Each design comes digitally so you can use them for years to come!
Find my designs (I have a bunch)
I'm going to have a basic tutorial of my printing directions and paper I love below!

Make sure to check all my links on the side of my blog for all my designs.

These make great kids Valentines, teacher Valentines, or co worker pass outs!
  




PRINTING TUTORIAL

Home Printing (preferred choice)
The full printing looks best printed on photo glossy or matte paper. It gives the best quality and weight.
8.5 x 11 JPEG format at 300 dpi.
Paper of choice is Dollar Tree photo paper. I know CRAZY but it prints glossy and has a nice weight to it and it is 8 for a 1.00 Can't beat that!!
My other paper of choice is Kodak matte/gloss  paper. It prints perfect. Not  glossy, but with the perfect amount of shine for crystal clear images...They also have the perfect amount of thickness for a nice professional looking print
You can also use a matte or gloss card stock and it looks FAB-U-LOUS

PRINTING at your local Printing CENTER
(Office Max, Office Depot, Kinkos, Staples ....etc)
These stores print in the 8.5 x11 like your home printer
Ask for their card stock and ask to print as a 8.5 x 11.  
The paper weight is great and super easy. You can upload online or bring on a flash drive. Easy peasy.
They do print slightly darker but pretty close to screen.

That's it! Easy and great quality. All my party printables look best printed this way!

Now here is just a few of my fun and fab Valentine Cards.






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