How to print on playing cards

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Magic download (ebook) by Alex Robertson (Free)

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How to print on playing cards How to print on playing cards

Ever wanted to create your own playing card gaffs without having for fork out on expensive print runs?

Well, Alex Robertson has a solution for you. This handy guide (and accompanying templates) give you all you need to print onto playing cards using your home printer.

Includes instructional PDF, Photoshop file, and templates.

 

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Reviewer

Great product helped me create my own gimmicks!

 
Reviewer

Steven

This is amazing for creating your own gaffs and gimmicks. This also a great way to create special playing cards that make great reveals. This is also a nice way to test out and see if your playing card design is good.

 
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Piers

This is amazing.Ever wanted to create your own playing card gaffs without having for fork out on expensive print runs?

Well, Alex Robertson has a solution for you. This handy guide (and accompanying templates) give you all you need to print onto playing cards using your home printer.

Includes instructional PDF, Photoshop file, and templates.

 
Reviewer

Phillip

This is an excellent how-to for printing your own cards. Here are my comments.

(1) Pay attention, as the pdf says, when printing your "black border" page. The cut out it is not in the center of the page so mark which side is the "top" or the side that is closest to the printer feed as your case may be.
(2) As for the sealing with an acrylic matte sealer, be aware that this will essentially rough your cards. I made up a packet trick (Max Maven's "French Active") that requires a glide. The matte spray makes that impossible. I solved it by using fanning powder. Just be aware.
(3) In the past I have used acetone to remove the varnish from USPCC blank cards. That helps with the ink adhering to the cards. There are sellers who carry bottles of the actual card varnish which can then be used to reseal the cards.

How to print on playing cards by Alex Robertson