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High School Photo Graduation Invitations

 

High School Photo Graduation Invitations

For anyone who is a college student or even relative who will be finding your way through this important special event, why decide to buy some packaged boring invitations, when you are able design a wonderful free graduation invitations with photograph cards created by you, using special images, and tailored with your choice of templates, , fonts, tones, with your exceptional themes. In contrast to delivering exactly the same thing everyone else is sending, your own invites will be unique mementos of this life changing experience.

High School Photo Graduation Invitations

We’ve got hundreds of themes in numerous color styles. All of which could be custom made using your unique text message, colors, and photo. The design software on our web site allow you insert personal details to your invitations. You’ll be able to upload your own personal images, compose your special graduation passages, and also decide on your background tone to build classy and stylist invites in only a few min’s.

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High School Photo Graduation Invitations

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01.20.11

If you are starting a professional business, you certainly don't want to depend on a years-old printer which could die at any time. I was able to print an intricate pattern on rough card stock (which had a pattern punched into it so that finish was far from smooth) using an Epson workforce 500. It came out looking like that was how it came from the original printer. But I wouldnt count on it handling vellum or metallic stock. You should also look for a printer which has a straight paper path as opposed to those where the paper makes a U turn inside the printer.
I would recommend you get several printers and with a $1500 budget you certainly can. An inkjet or two for high res photos (lasers cant handle glossy photo paper) and a color laser for jobs where you need speed and sharp text. Check out the cost of ink and toner before you make your purchase. Some lasers make you buy a new drum every time the toner runs out and that can be expensive.
I have a Ricoh CL1000N (discontinued) which prints 30 pages per minute and does a beautiful job even with photos on plain paper (but not quite as good as an inkjet on photo paper). I paid about $300 several years ago. The toner cartridges can be refilled for about $50 and each is good for 6500-10000 pages.
For inkjets I always recommend epson. Their advance replacement warranty is a necessity for a business. For a year (two years with Artisan) they will fedex you a replacement printer and pick up the old one should you need it.
The best deal in a photo printer all-in-one is the Epson Artisan 800 refurb direct from epson.com for $109. It's a wireless copier/scanner/fax/photo/CD printer with 6 individual ink cartridges for high photo quality.
You might also want to look at the Color Stylus 1400 which prints to 13×19.
Another nice feature of Epson is the availability of cheap ink. Triple capacity ink cartridges for Epson are under $3 and you can get 11 free cartridges every month at http://www.ccs-digital.com/freeink.asp

01.20.11

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01.20.11

Is this what you mean by twig picture?

Sorry I don't really understand what you mean.

01.20.11

If you are starting a professional business, you certainly don't want to depend on a years-old printer which could die at any time. I was able to print an intricate pattern on rough card stock (which had a pattern punched into it so that finish was far from smooth) using an Epson workforce 500. It came out looking like that was how it came from the original printer. But I wouldnt count on it handling vellum or metallic stock. You should also look for a printer which has a straight paper path as opposed to those where the paper makes a U turn inside the printer.
I would recommend you get several printers and with a $1500 budget you certainly can. An inkjet or two for high res photos (lasers cant handle glossy photo paper) and a color laser for jobs where you need speed and sharp text. Check out the cost of ink and toner before you make your purchase. Some lasers make you buy a new drum every time the toner runs out and that can be expensive.
I have a Ricoh CL1000N (discontinued) which prints 30 pages per minute and does a beautiful job even with photos on plain paper (but not quite as good as an inkjet on photo paper). I paid about $300 several years ago. The toner cartridges can be refilled for about $50 and each is good for 6500-10000 pages.
For inkjets I always recommend epson. Their advance replacement warranty is a necessity for a business. For a year (two years with Artisan) they will fedex you a replacement printer and pick up the old one should you need it.
The best deal in a photo printer all-in-one is the Epson Artisan 800 refurb direct from epson.com for $109. It's a wireless copier/scanner/fax/photo/CD printer with 6 individual ink cartridges for high photo quality.
You might also want to look at the Color Stylus 1400 which prints to 13×19.
Another nice feature of Epson is the availability of cheap ink. Triple capacity ink cartridges for Epson are under $3 and you can get 11 free cartridges every month at http://www.ccs-digital.com/freeink.asp

01.20.11

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“Shop the hottest styles and trends in women’s clothing, including shoes, swimwear, perfect wear-to-work looks and accessories.The ornate motifs gracing this wedding invitation suite invoke thoughts of symphonies and galas, ball gowns and tuxedos. Neutral colors and letterpress print imbue this wedding invitation collection with a dignified and refined character suitable for evening celebrations held anytime of year.

01.20.11

nice work if you can get it

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