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Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Holiday Printing

I sit here listening to Christmas music and printing out photos for my Christmas tree photo ornaments. I enjoy using the photo ornaments for stuffing stuffers. Of course I enjoy giving the grandkids ones of me in Santa hats or other silly poses. Sure it is cheesy, but the kids laugh and give me a hard time and we all enjoy it.

Yesterday my granddaughter and I found a great Disney site that allowed her to dress Cinderella and then print out the finished product. We also had to print out new princess photos for her “house” decorations. Being the ever doting grandparent, I use photo paper and quality setting. Needless to say, those full 8.5x11” printouts go through ink like there is no tomorrow. I use dramatically more ink on the days I baby sit and the holiday season seems to just suck the life right out of the ink cartridges.

If you go through as much ink as I do and you are in the UK, you may want to consider checking out Cartridge Save. They have printer cartridges for practically every printer you can imagine. They don’t restrict your choices to strictly factory inkjet or laser cartridges but also offer compatible cartridges which can save some serious money. If you are blowing through your ink as fast as I am, check out Cartridge Save. Have fun printing out your Christmas and other holiday projects.   
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

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