Tips for printing & colouring

I recommend printing your cards on heavier weight paper to give them a nice card feel.

I have printed my cards  on 160 g/m2 white card on my printer at home, a Brother HL – L2300D laser printer, which worked well for me, but later I found that the maximum paper weight recommended for my printer is 120 g/m2 ;) I have also used the heavier weight paper without problems with my inkjet printer (I have a Brother DCP-T300).  Please check your printer specifications and proceed at your own risk :)

If you’d like to use watercolour or watercolour pencils, make sure you print your card on a laser printer, not an inkjet printer, because inkjet printer ink is not water proof, and it will run. Of course inkjet printing is fine for colouring with colouring pencils.

any feedback?

If you have any feedback for me, for example on how to make the cards easier to use, or any ideas you think I may want to hear about, send me a quick message, I would love to hear from you.

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