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Grafix Ink Jet Adhesive Film 8.5X11 6/Pkg - Clear

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Grafix Ink Jet Adhesive Film
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Product Description

GRAFIX-Computer Grafix: Ink Jet Adhesive Film. These transparent plastic sheets are designed to be printed on using an ink-jet printer. That means you can create one-of-a-kind transparencies that are guaranteed to match any scrapbook layout or handmade cards because you designed it! Simply place into your ink-jet printer and print like normal. Each sheet is self-adhesive for easy placement on your project and is made from a polyester base for archival safety. This package contains six 8-1/2x11 inch sheets of clear adhesive transparency film. Made in USA.
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Grafix Ink Jet Adhesive Film 8.5X11 6/Pkg - Clear
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  • momofjmm, WI

    grafix

    Since I don't have a wide format printer, I use this for my scrapbooking journaling/titles. It's clear, and looks like I printed right on the paper.

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  • RockyMtGirl, CO

    great idea but . . .

    This is a really good idea. But what I didn't see in the description is that the package directions say you should use the "Transparency" setting on your printer. I don't have such a setting--and my Mac and printer are up to date and fairly new. I tried settings like "Premium glossy photo paper" and "Glossy photo paper" but on both settings A LOT of ink was used, and the pictures came out distorted because the ink moved around funny. Some printed items were useable, but some were so distorted they looked weird.

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