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How to Decorate Your Smart Phone Using Your Inkjet Printer

Saturday, January 29th, 2011

Charms, covers, crystals and crochet – these are popular ideas when it comes to decorating your Smart Phone (or any other cell phone for that matter). Instead of spending more on these decorative ideas, why not use your own inkjet printer? Here are a few tips to consider.

1. Think of how you want your smart phone to look like. Your choice of mobile phone often reflects who you are and what your lifestyle is. Why not prep up your phone with the design that you think suits your character best? You can always have a concept in mind and from there you can create a design that will make your smart phone look better.

2. Use compatible printer software. Certain inkjet printers require compatible software to create the design you want for your smart phone. For instance, PromoJet Solvent Inkjet Printer would require that you have an Adobe Illustrator or Adobe Photoshop or CorelDraw. You can always ask your inkjet printer provider should you have queries regarding this aspect.

3. Choose from simple to complex designs whichever you wish. You can always consider printing your name on an inkjet printer with a picture of you on top of it. Use sticker paper to make the work easier when you need to place the output on your smart phone. You may also consider using different sticker paper colors to make your phone stand out with the design you have chosen. Mix and match that color with your phone’s shade. This concept can replace the readymade peel-and-stick ideas to decorate your phone.

There are a few tips to consider in here too. You must take note that the peel-and-stick process is not that easy. Make sure you have measured the area where you will place the design later on. That way, you will not keep on making designs and printing them only to throw them in the garbage. Make up your mind as to the design you want on your smart phone as well.

Once you are done printing out your object, then you are ready to stick them on your smart phone. One word of advice here: You should stick the label or the design slowly but surely. Otherwise, your effort will be put to waste.

4. Combine the design produced by your inkjet printer with smart phone accessories offered in the market. Do you want to use charms that will hang on your smart phone? Personalize these charms by printing your name through your inkjet printer and sticking your initials on each bead. You can also print phrases or words which you think will make your phone look smarter.

These are a few tips to take note of when you want to decorate your smart phone using your inkjet printer. Save as much resources as you can during the printing process.

This Article is written by John C Arkin, contributor of PrintCountry News Articles.

Solving Inkjet Printer Paper Jam in 5 Easy Steps

Friday, March 12th, 2010

Are you troubled of paper jamming in you inkjet printer? Well, you’re not the only person who has faced this problem. No need to worry about this though. It’s easy to solve it. You just have to disconnect the printer’s power cord first to get rid of electrical shock during the entire process. After this, you’re ready to take on the job:

1. Access the printer’s back panel by moving the printer a bit. You have to remove all screws to gain access to that par

2. Start searching for paper jam. You can easily see through paper jams using the back panel of your printer. Remove the paper when you see one

3. Close the back access panel. It’s about time you return the back panel of the printer. Replace the screws back to its proper position and make sure that these latch into their respective places.

4. It’s time you pay attention to the front access panel. After accessing the back panel, the front access panel goes next. Open this portion and you will gain access to your printer ink cartridges. Remove the printer cartridges to see if there is jammed paper in the area.

5. Remove the jammed paper. But never pull the paper forcefully. Do the process slowly but surely and your paper won’t rip. Otherwise, this will create a more severe problem later on.

    Once you have done all the steps mentioned above, you can now close the front panel and turn the inkjet printer on. Make sure your printer prints properly. If it does not, then you have to send it off for repair.

    Things You Can Do with Your Printer When You Have Lost a Loved One

    Thursday, February 18th, 2010

    Does the title of this article sound morbid to you? Well, dying is part of life’s realities. We can’t do away with that. But, remember that losing may also mean being far from someone you love or being separated from a lifelong partner. Sad as these things may be, you still have to look for ways on how to relieve yourself of the grief. You may be surprised but your printer can help you create things to forget about that sad feeling.

    1. Create a diary. A diary is a great thing for you to write down your daily thoughts. You use it to track events that happened during the day. You can now create your diary using your PCs and your printer. Remember to use duplex and fast draft printing to save on printer ink.

    2. Make your own photo album. If you’ve had no time organizing pictures before, you can actually do this task now. If you want you can turn the photo album into a more creative piece like that of a scrapbook. Pick happy pictures to create happy thoughts and eliminate sad ones. Look into your printouts whenever you feel the grief.

    3. Create an art out of transfer paper and put it into plain t-shirts, dresses and other fabrics. You only need three things in this procedure. One is the iron-on transfer paper, the other is a flat iron and the last one is an inkjet printer. Once you’ve created the printouts, you can use the flat iron to transfer them on any cloth.

      See how your printer will help you cope with the loss? You just have to be creative and you’ll find out you’re slowly coping with grief through these simple yet meaningful things.

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