Discussion Forums - Questions about PaperBackSwap Questions about PaperBackSwap

Topic: How do you print multiple paperbackswap bookmarks?

Club rule - Please, if you cannot be courteous and respectful, do not post in this forum.
  Unlock Forum posting with Annual Membership.
Subject: How do you print multiple paperbackswap bookmarks?
Date Posted: 11/24/2007 8:56 PM ET
Member Since: 10/25/2007
Posts: 3,220
Back To Top

Hey,

Just got back from WalMart. I brought some printer paper to make paperbackswap.com business cards, but I did not find anything to make bookmarks with.

Should I just use heavier stock or will I find something more like what I am looking for at a speciality store like Staples?

Any suggestions will be appreciated.

Thank-you!

Marla Maye

 

Date Posted: 11/24/2007 10:42 PM ET
Member Since: 11/14/2005
Posts: 6,421
Back To Top

I don't believe I have ever seen any pre-perfed stock for bookmarks, which is what I assume you are asking for. I just print mine on cardstock. I'm especially fond of printing them on the glossy cardstock!

I also print them on regular paper and laminate them. If you don't have a laminator at your disposal, try buying the heat-free sheet lamination. I think they may call it a press-lamination?  Not sure, haven't looked for it for a while :)  Good luck!

Date Posted: 11/25/2007 7:42 AM ET
Member Since: 10/25/2007
Posts: 3,220
Back To Top

Thank-you, that was very helpful.

Date Posted: 11/25/2007 7:45 AM ET
Member Since: 10/20/2007
Posts: 1,680
Back To Top


Last Edited on: 1/19/09 6:23 AM ET - Total times edited: 1
Date Posted: 11/25/2007 10:40 AM ET
Member Since: 11/14/2005
Posts: 6,421
Back To Top

Community>>Spread the Word  in the top menu.



Last Edited on: 11/25/07 10:40 AM ET - Total times edited: 1
Date Posted: 11/25/2007 6:44 PM ET
Member Since: 11/29/2006
Posts: 1,670
Back To Top

I always just buy the heat free lamination sheets from WalMart though I think it's easier to just take the bookmarks to Office Max and let them laminate them.

Date Posted: 12/9/2007 2:06 PM ET
Member Since: 7/24/2007
Posts: 65
Back To Top

Lamination sounds like a good idea, I never considered it. I usually use the heavy cardstock myself.