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What is the difference between the listed types of printing mediums for Ketubah. Which is the most commonly used?

Our matt paper Rag and the Canvas will output a very sharp and vivid colors preserving the watercolor looks, while the washi paper will add a beautiful muted note to the print.  The washi paper is currently available only in 13x19inch or 13x13inch (the small size). It can be arranged in larger size but it will add 2-3 weeks to the production and additional cost.    To see the way the material look, you can visit our Printing Materials section on our website: www.onceuponapaper.net/pages/options  The most popular is the RAG paper for it's brilliance in colours and smooth surface that makes it easy for signing. 

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Ketubah Hebrew Text typing tool

ElenaBerlo OnceUponaPaper provides a text document that can be filled in or typed out from scratched. The document is a Google Doc and all persons with a link, including your Rabbi, Cantor or Officiant, can edit the texts inside.  To access the Hebrew type tool please follow the next steps: STEP 1. Inside the document, go to File, and under File go to Language and select your Hebrew:    עִברִית   STEP 2. Now go to the toolbar and click "Input tools" button and you have 3 options for typing in Hebrew Phonetic input: Type the phonetic spelling of a word in Latin characters, then click the best match from the options on the screen. Keyboard input: To type letters and symbols, click the keys of...

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What pen or marker should I use to sign on archival prints

Pencil if the medium is matte. Go to a gallery or art museum and look; virtually all will be signed in pencil. It's the most archival writing instrument because unlike all forms of ink, pencil will never, ever fade. The graphite will literally outlast the paper itself. Also unlike many inks, pencil will not damage the paper because it has no chemicals in it acid or otherwise. It will smudge if rubbed, but you shouldn't touch the surface of a print anyway.  

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