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Old 11-05-2011, 01:33 PM   #1
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Question Crayola Color Wonder Paper - Can you copy images onto it?

I know this is a bit of an odd question, but I am fairly new to the world of kids coloring products. I was pleased to learn of the availability of so many new products that have come out since I last had very young nieces and nephews. The Crayola Color Wonder products sound just about perfect for my little toddler who will be learning how to color and the thought of her not wrecking clothing, tables, walls and more with markers/crayons/paint is very appealing. I am curious to know if anyone has tried to copy images with a copy machine onto blank Color Wonder paper. TIA for the input.
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I think you will just have to take one and try it. I don't really know what kind of paper it is or how it would react to inkjet or laser. For inkjet, it has to be able to absorb the ink. Not sure what it needs to be laser printed on.

Try it and report back.
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I think you will just have to take one and try it. I don't really know what kind of paper it is or how it would react to inkjet or laser. For inkjet, it has to be able to absorb the ink. Not sure what it needs to be laser printed on.

Try it and report back.
Papers going through a laser printer need to be able to withstand the heat inside the laser printer. You don't want it melting and gumming up the inside of the printer.
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