I'm trying to create my own 50th Anniversary invitations for my parents and I'm running into issues where my laser printer won't accept the card stock I got. It said it would, but I've tried and tried and it jam's every time. SO....my option is to print out on regular paper then glue to the card stock. Question....how can I make the paper stick to the card stock without wrinkles? I read some of other posts and they said to use the spray adhesive glue. Would that still be the ok and work great for this? I have 100 invitations I'm mailing out. The rest of invites are being done via Facebook, etc.
A good scrapbooking adhesive tape, like Elmer's CraftBond Permanent Tape (http://www.elmers.com/product/detail/E4006) will provide strong adhesion without the mess and wrinkles of glue. I recently used it to stick regular paper into a sketchbook (with thick art paper pages), and it was great. No wrinkles, no mess, and very sticky.