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    Quote Originally Posted by RichardH View Post
    I would like to get started in the postcard exchange and I have way to many boxes of 5x7 RC paper I would like to use up.
    I know I would have to mail in a envelope with regular postage and I would cut them down to 4x6 size.
    My question is, how do I put the info on the back.
    Can I use a ink jet printer to do this or maybe print some info on stick on labels.

    I have so much paper that I don't want to buy the postcard paper if I can get by with this way.

    I hope I am in the right thread for this question.

    Thanks for any advise.

    Richard
    Apparently most people use labels although I used a laser printer to good effect for this round and would probably do so again. No need for the envelope either, just stick a stamp and the address on the right hand side and the info you want to include on the left.

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    Hi all. Currently away, so I won't be able to send my cards out until my return on August 1st.

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    Sorry I missed it. Should've dropped in much sooner. Hi to the old gang if you're still around.

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    Hey Nicole.
    Hope you'll be joining us again soon!

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    Hi Nicole -- it's good to see you back!
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    My first card arrived today. piu58 - Thistles in the snow. Thanks for a wonderful card and knowing it was printed so recently on such old stock makes it all the more special.
    Cheers - Andy C
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    16mm Cine, 35mm, 120, 5x4 & 7x5.

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    Card from Marco Santa Cruz arrived today. Lovely dark and soft seaside photo!

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    Ed Bray - Steam Train picture. My son (7years old) told me it was for him as he likes trains.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichardH View Post
    I would like to get started in the postcard exchange and I have way to many boxes of 5x7 RC paper I would like to use up.
    I know I would have to mail in a envelope with regular postage and I would cut them down to 4x6 size.
    My question is, how do I put the info on the back.
    Can I use a ink jet printer to do this or maybe print some info on stick on labels.

    I have so much paper that I don't want to buy the postcard paper if I can get by with this way.

    I hope I am in the right thread for this question.

    Thanks for any advise.

    Richard
    might want to check with the post office, you may be able to put a 1st class stamp on it and send like a big postcard... i found pat of the allure for me is seeing the "modifications" done to the cards by the trip!

    jvo

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    2 more cards yesterday!!!... Edward Bray, Train... i can see every last detail, wonderful. the exposure is great as well.
    Also received a card from Andrew kittredge... wondering a bit about the exposure, which is just right for a night photohraph.

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