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Icing Images.  Thanks for letting us know about the Canon MG5320 on sale at Staples.  I see it for $79.99.  What ink cartridges and paper do you recommend?  Do I have to purchase a program?  Thanks.  Kathy

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Regarding "gas station sushi," uh, the only kind of sushi I'm ever likely to consume voluntarily (and I've had it on both of my trips to Hawaii, and even went out of my way for it [not knowing where to find it] on the first trip) would be Spam musubi (hold the nori).

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Icing Images.  Thanks for letting us know about the Canon MG5320 on sale at Staples.  I see it for $79.99.  What ink cartridges and paper do you recommend?  Do I have to purchase a program?  Thanks.  Kathy


I am sure you have found your way to inks and paper.  I hope you found our Icing Images brand!  We sell the Premium Brand which is known as the flexible icing sheet.  Our colors are also very vivid.  IN addition, if you have been printing for a while, have you tried printing on our Premium Pearl Luster sheet?  It is amazing printing on our luster sheets!

Debbie
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Icing Images, LLC

Have you tried our new DECOgel?

Official Distributors of Spellbinders Sweet Accents for Icing Images the first full food safe die cutting and embossing system!
Picture Cake Equipment, Supplies for Edible Printing,...




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Debbie
Owner
Icing Images, LLC

Have you tried our new DECOgel?

Official Distributors of Spellbinders Sweet Accents for Icing Images the first full food safe die cutting and embossing system!
Picture Cake Equipment, Supplies for Edible Printing,...




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post #19 of 20

When would you use the thick black ink as compared to the regular black?

post #20 of 20

The thick and thin black cartrdiges are used at different times, but  you must have them in the printer in order  to use it.  You will find you go through the thick black much quicker then the thick black.

Debbie
Owner
Icing Images, LLC

Have you tried our new DECOgel?

Official Distributors of Spellbinders Sweet Accents for Icing Images the first full food safe die cutting and embossing system!
Picture Cake Equipment, Supplies for Edible Printing,...




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Debbie
Owner
Icing Images, LLC

Have you tried our new DECOgel?

Official Distributors of Spellbinders Sweet Accents for Icing Images the first full food safe die cutting and embossing system!
Picture Cake Equipment, Supplies for Edible Printing,...




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