Fun Ideas For Printing

Even if you don’t have a 3D printer at hand, you can still use your regular printer for fun. While it is true that a 3D printer can really put your creative skills you use, there is a lot you can do with your regular home printer. In fact, if you haven’t been using this ‘unloved’ piece of tech for quite a while, you better rescue it from the dusty corner of your study because we have some inspirational ideas that will make using your printer a lot of fun.

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  • Are you going to throw a party very soon? If that’s the case, you can use your printer to create poster-sized prints. You can even create large banners to decorate the party venue. For this, you will have to learn a thing or two about multi-page poster printing. It’s not that difficult. It requires you to divide a large picture in several smaller paper-sized parts and then print them one by one. Once you have all these small pieces with you, simply combine them to create a large banner. To make things easier, you can also use certain software and programs that help split an image into several smaller sheets


  • For all the younger folks trying to find an activity during the school holidays, it is a great idea to use your printer and develop some activities and games to keep your young angles from rioting around the house. If you have a wi-fi enabled printer, it will become even easier to access online services to print out charter masks, coloring-in pages, board games, and much more.


  • One of the most popular fun ways of using your printer is to create greetings cards. Now, you don’t have to go shopping for the most lovely greetings card for someone you love, like, or admire. With a printer at home, you no longer need to rely on overly sentimental and cheesy cards – you can simply use templates online and print those cards with ease. To make things even impressive, use a special greetings card paper that has matte finish on one side and gloss on the other.


So, don’t underestimate the powers of your printer. You just need to learn how to use it to understand how useful it is.

Article written by Steven Longsdale

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