We’ve been mentioning the Epson RX680 Photo Printer in a lot of posts recently. So we thought we should tell you a bit more about it!
You can copy, scan and print photos and documents with this printer. You can also print directly onto CDs which is great because if you use those paper stickers to print on, they don’t last very long and start peeling and eventually coming off.
This printer is invaluable for scrapbookers. You can print 4″ x 6″ photos in as little as 11 seconds or even print out a glossy 8″ x 10″ photo suitable for framing. Have you ever had a scrapbook project that you’ve just begun only to find that the new paper you want to use doesn’t go with any of the photos you’ve already got printed? If you have this handy printer, you can immediately select more suitable photos to go with your paper and print them off – without ever leaving your home!
Photo corrections such as red-eye removal, restoring old and faded photos, cropping, rotating and enlarging can all be done using the printer’s LCD screen. You can print photos without using your computer, by simply inserting your camera’s memory card directly into the printer. We also like the fact that the coloured ink cartridges are all available individually so if you run out of black ink, you don’t need to replace all of the colours.
We’ve been using this all-in-one printer for many scrap-related projects. Shown is a little 4″ x 6″ desktop calendar that we made using a supplied template. Also, shown below are some Valentine cards we made using vintage images that were printed off the internet. For instructions on the Valentine cards, please see our past feature,”Valentine Card a Day.”Â In the works is a project that we will show you when it is completed.Â “Recipes from Grandma’s Kitchen,” is a compilation of recipes, memories and photos from my husband’s Grandmother!
For more information on the Epson RX680 Photo Printer, please click here.