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Epson ET-2550 Printer Review | Tech Support Frequently Asked Questions | June Holidays for Cards

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Create A Book - Its easy using Red River products.
Photography is still the best way to make time stand still. Now that you have a mini-printing press on your desk, think of ways to use it for creative and fun projects. Pick a set of photos you like and make a book!

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Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past decade, you know just how coveted Nik imaging software programs are. Google bought Nik in 2012 and has announced that as they focus on long-term investments in building photo editing tools for mobile use, including Google Photos and Snapseed, they’re going to make the Nik Collection desktop suite available free. 

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River Linen 2.0 Sheets are Ready

Red River Paper is happy to reintroduce 60lb. River Linen 2.0. After a two year hiatus, the popular surface is back in the sizes you like best. The new version has a different, more natural linen surface compared to the original. You will also find print performance has been improved. When printed, River Linen 2.0 takes on just a bit of sheen, like many photo lab or press-printed linen cards.

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- Arctic Polar Gloss Bids Farewell in Style

- Valentine's Day is the second largest greeting card holiday behind Christmas.

-The Epson SureColor P400 is the latest replacement for the R2000

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35% Closeout Sale for 66lb. Arctic Polar Gloss

Valentine's Day Greeting Card Countdown

The Epson SureColor P400 (Color Profiles, inks, and best paper choices)

Photo Links from Around the Web 

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Why Do My Inkjet Prints Have a Magenta / Pink Cast or Tint?

There are a few reasons why your inkjet print might come out with a medium to strong magenta or pink cast or tint. We will cover the possible reasons below. 

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Have you seen those adorable Christmas trees made out of pallets?

We decided to make some for ourselves, two trees to be exact, and also decided to add a some decorations to it.

First, you will need to obtain a pallet, you can either purchase one or go to a warehouse and ask if they are throwing any away.

Second, with a power saw, and using safety goggles, very carefully cut the pallet into a tree shape. 

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Electronic Greeting cards may be click ‘n easy but the public still has a voracious appetite for printed cards; all it takes to enter the market and start making money is a printer, the right Red River Paper card stock and, of course, your best images. 

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We all love to add a little bit of personal touch to our Christmas decorations and gifts.

How about printing your own Christmas tags?
We went over to and downloaded the free template, picked out a couple of our favorite Red River Papers (see which in “Resources” below) and voila – adorable Christmas tags. 
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