back on track
apparently our date snafu issue of yesterday is a nonissue. thusly, i can begin to try and actually print the really cute STDs i’ve created. SAVE THE DATE CARDS, REMEMBER? i have gone all crafty and whipped up a very cute, wedding theme appropriate motif that i want to print on some cute cardstock from michaels and then do a little hand tinting with some colored pencils. all this would be fine if i could figure out how to get my printer to print reliably onto the ~ 5.5×5.5, ric-rac edged cards. the paper tray doesn’t allow me to square up the cards, and, other than the test one i did last week, it seems to suck them through all catty-wampus no matter what i’ve tried.
on the further “this will turn me into bridezilla” tip, i am convinced i can make all necessary invites and other paper paraphernalia for the wedding. given that our guest count will max out at 30 (including the groom and myself), it can’t make me that crazy to feed these things through the printer one at a time, right?
unrelated note: paraphernalia has an “er” in it? who knew?