I was so excited when I received swatch samples from Cardsandpockets.com, thinking I had it all figured out exactly how I was going to do my invitations and programs in just the perfect colors. I've never done this before so I was worried. But the samples got me so excited! Then I realized that I don't know how to print the pre-cut pieces of cardstock in color! We have an inkjet color printer at home, and I just ordered samples of the actual sized papers, but I know I can't use the inkjet on metallic cardstock, which is fine, I was going to use the smooth cardstock with metallic background. But now i'm nervous thinking that my little HP printer won't be able to handle the thick cardstock in unconventional sizes. I'd really like to get the paper pre-cut so I don't have to cut 120 each of invitations, reception cards and RSVP cards, saves me a lot of work. And I would prefer to have some color in the lettering, not all black.
Please help! How can I print on different sizes of cardstock in color?? I'm so clueless