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If your printer can handle Glossy Photo paper, then more likely it can handle cardstock as far as thickness goes. If it doesn't have a setting for cardstock, you could have issues with ink bleed.

 

Recently I've actually been using the Glossy Photo paper to do my card stock models - they come out with very vibrant colors.

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Few consumer level printers actually say they can print on cardstock; however many can. Look for some other key words in your printers capabilites such as Greeting Cards, Post Cards, or Business Cards.

 

These things are typically done on a cardstock paper thus your printer would be capable of printing on it.

 

Also look at your printers instructions on how to print those things. A lot of them rely on a manual feed tray =(

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