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Printing Tips for DIY Design Printing:

  1. Perform a Test Print: Before printing your entire batch, always do a test print to ensure the colors, layout, and sizing are as expected. This allows you to make any necessary adjustments before committing to the final print.

  2. Use High-Quality Paper: Opt for a good-quality paper that is suitable for your design. Different paper types can affect the overall look and feel of your printed invitations, so choose one that enhances your design and matches your desired aesthetic.

  3. Adjust Printer Settings: Adjust the printer settings to match the specifications of your design. Pay attention to factors such as paper size, print quality, and color management to achieve the best results. Refer to the printer's manual or online resources for guidance.

  4. Check Ink Levels: Ensure your printer has enough ink to complete the printing job. Running out of ink midway can lead to inconsistent print quality. It's advisable to keep spare ink cartridges handy to avoid any interruptions during the printing process.

  5. Allow for Drying Time: Once the invitations are printed, give them enough time to dry completely before handling or packaging. This helps prevent smudging or smearing of the ink, ensuring that your invitations look their best.

• 5 x 7 Printable JPG file - for printing on photo paper at a local or online photo lab 
• 8.5 x 11 Printable PDF file (2 invites per page) - for printing on cardstock at home or a copy center such as Staples/Office Max.

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All of our designs are original creations by Forever Your Prints. Please do not copy our designs, design elements, or wording used.
Our designs are for PERSONAL USE ONLY. Commercial mass production, file sharing, or selling them for financial gain is strictly prohibited.


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Calgary, Alberta