How to Print on Cardstock

October 6, 2016 By: Larry Chase
Please enable JavaScript to see the video Most of us are experts at printing standard 8 1/2 x 11 copy paper, but many of us have limited experience printing card stock in other sizes. If you’re running into trouble printing …

What’s a Bleed?

September 11, 2015 By: Kristen
What’s a Bleed? When placing an order for custom printed cards, customers often get to Step 3 (see below) and ask “what’s a bleed?” A bleed is an area the extends beyond the edge of your design that allows for …

Is there a right way to print wood grain paper?

June 22, 2015 By: Kristen
Customer Questions: Is there a “right” direction to print wood grain? Kimberly from Ontario recently wrote in with the following question: I am using wood grain card stock for my wedding invites and my printer asked which direction I would …

Tips To Printing Vellum Successfully

May 11, 2015 By: Kristen
Can You Print On Vellum? Don’t Worry, We Have Some Great Tips. We won’t sugarcoat it for for you. Yes it’s true – due to its non-porous surface and its light, delicate nature, printing vellum paper is sometimes problematic. Ink …

Why Screen Color & Print Color Differ and How to Fix It

August 22, 2014 By: Kristen
Whether you are a novice or a professional, you’ve likely experienced it – you design something in your favorite page layout program – painstakingly select your colors and perfect your design, click print (or take it to your printer), and …

The LCI Ultimate Digital Swatch Book With CMYK & RGB Values

July 16, 2013 By: Larry Chase
This compendium of paper colors is the perfect companion to our LCI Ultimate Swatchbook Kit. To help you understand specific paper colors or match print colors we analyzed all of our fine papers to determine the closest matching CMYK and RGB color match. You can click any brand color name in the paper color chart to view all products offered in that specific color.

Alternatives To Letterpress Printing on Cotton Paper

April 16, 2013 By: Kristen

Made of pure cotton and with a soft, porous finish, LCI Cotton paper prints letterpress like a dream; but who ever said this irresistibly soft cottony finish is reserved for letterpress printing? It certainly is not, and for all you do it yourselfers out there who want to print your creative design on luxurious cotton paper at home, this post is for you!


Blank Wedding Invitations-FAQs

December 23, 2012 By: Larry Chase
What are Printable Invitations? When we term our invitations or other stationery “printable”, it simply means that they are blank, and are designed to be printed at home or taken to a printer. To make our invitations convenient for you …

Print Wedding Stationery With MS Word Tables

October 29, 2012 By: Kristen

Microsoft Word's table feature can come in quite handy if you are designing and printing your own wedding stationery. Once you are familiar with creating and formatting tables in Word, you can place multiple cards of any size on one standard, printable 8 1/2 x 11 sheet, which has all kinds of great benefits!