i can't believe i forgot to post this hat. i finished it around thanksgiving. it was supposed to be sized for like an 8-12 year old, but apparently they have much bigger heads than i thought. after asking around on craftster, apparently an ~18" hat is for a toddler. when did kids get such big heads?
i make cards and i wish i could do the cool printings and sayings on my cards like the magazines show and like you guys do. but my printer always jams when i try printing on cardstock, even when i adjust the settings and tell it i'm printing on cardstock.
so, how do you guys print on cardstock? it's not exceptionally thick, just normal cardmaking cardstock.
which printers do you use? any suggestions for printing on cardstock?
Hi. I just delved into heat embossing this weekend. It seems to work great except for one thing: after i tap off the excess powder there are still random bits of powder that aren't part of the image. I tried getting them off with a q-tip, but that just ruined the whole image. So, I tried again and ignored the specks and just went ahead and used the heat gun, hoping the specks would disappear. They didn't. So, while the image itself looks fine, the area around it and in it just looks dirty and unprofessional because of the excess powder I couldn't get off.
Any suggestions on how to make my cards look better, without all the excess that wouldn't tap off? Much appreciated. Thanks!