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Re: [BKARTS] Printing on covers



Watch out. Inkjet printing is not weather proof, especially the water. Protect the cover from Water and you are in business. I use the transparent Plastic self-adhesive sheet you find in a Dollar store, or use laser-printing.

Good luck .

Amrit
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> From: Kathy Wolford <kathleenwolford@YAHOO.COM>
> Date: 2002/09/25 Wed PM 09:41:38 EDT
> To: BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU
> Subject: Printing on covers
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> It is awesome the way an ink jet printer prints on starched linen book cloth!  Someone on this list said something positive about printing the signatures with an ink jet printer, so I thought, "why not the cover?" So, I just lightly glue the top and side edges of the cloth to a sheet of bond and it zips into the printer and Voila! the cover has a title.
> This is too easy.  Am I missing something (asks Chicken Little)?
> Now, if I can just figure the best way to attach a nylon dog collar to this cover I will be done.
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> Kathleen S. Wolford, Mineral Springs, Pa., kathleenwolford@yahoo.com
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