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Your attention to the details is amazing. I think, I'll give it a try. My priority use for this idea is to send photo images of adopted pets to their new family. In personalizing the message to the adopters, I have touched a lot of hearts, along the way. It's a nice surprise in the mail.
Great video. Thank you so much for sharing all your experiences! It's very generous of you to do it and spare time wasting for lots of people including me. I'm just thinking about getting my photography printed and turn it to greeting cards business but I find it bit scary. Which printer are you using if I may ask?
thank you so much for taking the time to create and post this video
based on one of your other videos i bought the epson wf4740 it is 1 model up from the one that you bought,but i would like to start making my own greeting cards
i think i am like a lot of others that have seen your videos in that i would like to see you make a video on the start to finish creation process with your new epson printer
for greeting cards
I really liked all the information you gave us that showed what works and what doesn't. I want to make a collection of sunset pics for gifts, and think this paper should work well. I even found clear lid boxes/containers that will hold about 10 cards and envelopes for a gift.