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How to Print Postcards at Home

Printing postcards at home is a delightful way to share memories, create personalized invitations, or even design promotional materials for your small more

Success on Paper: Danny Izzo, Photographer

Marching bands and Mardi Gras krewes are a unique portrait niche that require a distinct solution for prints. See how we helped Louisiana-based photographer Danny Izzo showcase these large groups more

Success on Paper: Cindy Baird, Watercolor Artist

Watercolor artist Cindy Baird worried that prints wouldn’t do her paintings justice. Then she found more

What is Fiber-Based Photo Paper?

Many photographers seek photo paper with a certain weight and thickness, a smooth finish, and archival quality. Fiber-based photo paper fits the more

Success on Paper: Why We Share These Tales of Triumph

When you run a business that supports creative people, you’re guaranteed to be awestruck most days. Learn about the inspiraton behind our Success on Paper more

Types of Printers: What Each Different Type is Best For

Here's a comprehensive guide to the various types of printers available in the more
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Success on Paper: Garry Palm, Watercolor Arist

If you’ve struggled to find a paper that faithfully reproduces the vibrant colors of your artwork, Garry Palm can more

Success on Paper: Erinn Foglesong, Artist

Do you have a unique way of expressing yourself but need the right paper to present your ideas in the best light? Artist Erinn Foglesong was in the same more

Card Stock Weights and Paper Sizes Explained

If you’re looking to print art or photography onto greeting cards, you may wonder which card stock is right for more

Scrapbooking Printers

The evolution of printed images and the progression of personal storytelling have culminated in the modern form of scrapbooking we know and love more

Upscale Photos With AI to Make Stunning Image Blow-Ups

Many Red River Paper users complain that increasing the size of their images often produces a print that’s blocky and blurry. New Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based software is changing that. But first, let’s review some of the basics of image more

How to Print on Card Stock

There’s a difference between planning a weekly date night and planning a wedding. Likewise, printing a recipe on play 8 1/2" paper and printing your artwork on card stock are very more
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Choosing the Best Paper for Your Postcards: Types, Weight, Uses & More

Selecting the perfect paper for postcards can be a challenging task as it largely depends on the intended use and personal preferences. However, there are some common types of paper and cardstock that are often recommended for creating impressive and durable more

What is Baryta Paper and Why Is it So Popular?

In the intricate realm of photography, the choice of paper is as vital as the camera or lens. The medium can greatly influence the final outcome of an image, adding depth, character, and a unique finish that distinguishes one photograph from more

How Selfies Conquered My Inner Demons. Part 2

I’ve sometimes been asked why not look into a mirror instead of going to the trouble of posing, shooting an image and then viewing a print,? Wouldn’t that be easier than going through all that time and trouble?  My answer more

Success on Paper - Dave Garbot, Illustrator

Wish you could print your artwork in your studio, but don’t know where to begin? Dave Garbot got his start with Red River Paper — and hasn’t looked more

Success on Paper - Debbie Mouser, Greeting Card Artist

Want a quality paper that your customers rave about? And customer service that helps you solve problems? Discover how greeting card artist Debbie Mouser found both in the latest “Success on Paper” blog more

Printer Drivers: What Are They and Why Are They Important?

You have a computer. You have a printer. Isn’t that all the tech you need to share and sell your work in your shop, on Etsy, or in galleries? Not more