The Color Printer Idea Book

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No Strach Press, 1998 - Computers - 170 pages
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The Color Printer Idea Book opens up a whole new world of computer-aided creativity! You'll first learn the secrets to getting the best results from your inkjet printer, then be introduced to dozens of printable media choices from paper to plastic to fabric. Discover the latest crafting and desktop production techniques--and a ton of resources--to fully equip you for making your own masterpieces. Topping that off are 40 step-by-step projects to jump start your imagination. This exciting variety of innovative and practical ideas for your correspondence, wearables, gift giving, home decor, and just plain fun goes well beyond the typical computer-generated fare. You'll learn how to:

  • Print professional-looking labels for homemade concoctions
  • Personalize T-shirts and aprons
  • Design a customized clock or candy jar
  • Make dazzling business cards and plaques
  • Create mock stained glass and embroidery
  • Produce a photo calendar
  • Include 3-D images or secret messages in a card or flyer
  • And much, much more!

The Color Printer Idea Book is not only the first-timer users, it's an invaluable workbook full of time-tested hints for computer crafting professionals everywhere. As a staple item for hours of productive fun, this book is for creative computer-users who want to take their color inkjet printers to the limit.

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The Color Printer Idea Book : 40 Really Cool and Useful Projects to Make with Any Color Printer!

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Desktop publishing has now expanded into desktop crafting. Constantly evolving computer software and inkjet printer-compatible materials make it possible to create greeting cards, labels, calendars ... Read full review



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