My friend Tracy showed me how to print on cardstock when I had a certain area to work with. Actually what I was working on at the time was a recipe swap and I wanted to print the recipe on a denim pocket I had cut with the Cricut. I didn't know if everyone knew of this little trick so I thought I would make a video tutorial.
I love this little tip Thanks for posting this. :)ReplyDelete
I loved that you were on The Pink Stamper. Thanks for the tip. I use text boxes on the plain paper and then remove the lines when I print on the card stock. I was soooo excited when I discovered this.ReplyDelete
I would never have thought to do this. Thanks so much for sharing your tip!ReplyDelete
It was nice to "see" you over at the Pink Stamper tonight!!!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year,
Thanks for the great tip. I have always printed on a full sheet, wasting soooo much. Thanks.ReplyDelete
Thanks...I have done this before and sort of forgot about it...will be handy to finish my recipe book!ReplyDelete
Thanks for this tip, I do not have pretty handwriting, so this will come in very handy!!ReplyDelete
what a great tip, thanks!ReplyDelete
Wow what a great trick thanks for sharingReplyDelete
Thank you so much for the tutorial. I love your blog!ReplyDelete
This is ingenius! I'm working on baby shower invitations for my daughter-in-law, and have been wondering how to do this. Thanks so much... this came at just the right time!ReplyDelete
"Saw" you on the Pinkstamper live stream last night.
I love this idea I also suffer from lousy handwriting, thank you so much.ReplyDelete
Thanks Okie! I would have never thought of this.ReplyDelete
What a great tutorial!! I glad that you made this video! I did not know how people were able to do it. Thanks Okie!ReplyDelete
Thanks for showing how this works. It will certainly come in handy if I can get it to work that easily.ReplyDelete
You are doing a great job with your site and the videos.
Thanks and have a great day.
ohh love that! i was doing it by just using up my good paper and figuring out! Awesome and i just post somd repositional runner! yay!ReplyDelete
Thanks Oakie for the tutorial needed that big time been wastin so much paper and inkReplyDelete
I just found your blog and am so glad I did!ReplyDelete
Great idea! Thanks for sharing :)ReplyDelete
Cool! Thanks for posting this.ReplyDelete
Is that just the coolest idea or what!!!Thx for the video. Great to see you on the Pink Stamper live stream last night! Did you win Muffin Yet? LOL CarolH :)ReplyDelete
Cool tip! Thanks so much for sharing!!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year!
Okie, what a nice tip, TFS!ReplyDelete
and happy 2010!
Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Tutorials search engine today (look for timestamp: 02 Jan [LA 05:26pm, NY 08:26pm] - 03 Jan [UK 01:26am, OZ 12:26pm] ).ReplyDelete
That was a really neat trick! Thanks so much for posting the video. It is so clear when I can see it and hear you tell what you are doing.ReplyDelete
So that's how you do that, lol! Thank you so much for the tip I think I can handle that, MaryReplyDelete
I notice you have the Kodak printer. I have the 5500 and am on my third replacement due to color issues. It printed fine for the first few months then I had to replace the cartridge and bam issues started. After 2 printheads later, Kodak sent me two replacement printers because the colors were just off. Red always seems like orange. What is your opinion of this printer? Have you had any issues with print quality? Curious if you like it or not and if you would buy another.
Jackie I have had printer head issues. Kodak was quick to replace them but I just don't like the idea of having to do it over and over. I doubt I will buy another one unless this issue is resolved. Not sure what printer I will get next. I do like that the ink is cheaper but not for the printing problems it gives sometimes.ReplyDelete
BEST IDEA EVER!!! Thank you for sharing this, this is AWESOME. I can't believe I didn't think of this before.. now I need to get some repositional glue.ReplyDelete
Thanks Okie for getting back with me. Sorry you also had issues, but definately solidifies my decision to buy a new printer to know I'm not the only one going through issues with it.ReplyDelete
Love your videos, have fun at your swarm.
Great tip Okie!ReplyDelete
Love you idea. Now I can finish my LO quickly. My problem is journaling since I do not like my handwriting, this will solve that.ReplyDelete
Great tip. You are such a wealth of information.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the great tip, Okie!! I used it already while making a family plack for a white elephant gift at our cousins Christmas party! It worked great!!ReplyDelete
I do that to, exactly the same way!ReplyDelete
Great tip. Thanks.ReplyDelete
This was a wonderful idea. Thanks for sharing. Can't wait to try it.ReplyDelete
What a great tip. Thanks so much for sharin!!ReplyDelete
Great tip, Okie!!! Thanks for sharing it! I never would have figured it out without the video!!!ReplyDelete
You're gonna laugh at me. . . I've been doing this since I've been scrapping, but I've used those pop up post-its (the ones you use to tag pages with) I think they call them flags. Anyway, I would have to be realy careful about positioning them so they did get in the way of the print, etc. I NEVER THOUGHT OF REPOSITIONALABLE TAPE!!!!!!!!!! THANK YOU, OKIE! I can't believe I was that stoopid! LOL !!!! You're my hero!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the tip!! I too have horrible handwritting so this is such a great tip. Thanks!!ReplyDelete
I never thought of using repositionable tape, I always use painter's tape to hold it on. Thanks. And I love another person that uses the Kodak printer, I love mine.ReplyDelete
What a great idea!! I guess this would work for digital stamps too. I am such a computer dunce that I need easy ideas. Any ideas how to get white-out off the computer screen??? LOL !!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, you have made my week with this tip!ReplyDelete
All nice things to learn! Very good.ReplyDelete
For me that i´m starting, it´s a good thing!
Thanks for doing this!!!
OMG!! Where haave you been? I stumbled upon this post and really like this idea.ReplyDelete
This is such a great tip!!! Thanks for posting!!! ;)ReplyDelete
Such a fantastic tip! I'm new to scrapping/paper crafting and would have never figured this out on my own!! :-) Thanks for sharing the video with us!ReplyDelete
Great idea. Thanks. I will definitely try it.ReplyDelete