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Reddit | Cardmaking by /u/terrythegreek - 14h ago
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Reddit | Cardmaking by /u/100cupscoffee - 2d ago

Hi all

Apologies for this, but I have scoured the internet to find an answer but to no avail.

I bought a Canon Pixma-Pro 100 last year because I was getting more serious about selling my art as prints. Since I had this printer, I wanted to pivot into printing greeting cards. It's able to handle quite thick card stock.

Here's the thing, I haven't been able to find paper that I'm happy with. I've tried some paper which is 300gsm, but everything just seems flimsy. Nothing compares to the quality that I find in stores.

I've bought some paper scouring tools and can try to custom cut from different card stock, but wondered what everyone else's recipe was for decent home card printing.

Thank you again! All the tutorials and websites online seem to skip this point...

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Reddit | Cardmaking by /u/mandalee_cards - 2d ago
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