How to print
Once you have downloaded a pack, it's up to you how to print it. For best results, I highly recommend finding a print shop near you and asking for a print with the following characteristics:
|Size||A3 (297 × 420 mm)||Cards will be roughly the same size as regular playing cards.|
|Ink colors||4/1||This means each page is full color on the front (CMYK), and grayscale on the back side.|
|Paper type||Coated 350g/m2||This is thick, shiny paper.|
|Lamination||Gloss||Protects the cards with a thin layer of plastic, and gives them a nice look and feel.|
Cards will be roughly the same size as regular playing cards.
This means each page is full color on the front (CMYK), and grayscale on the back side.
This is thick, shiny paper.
Protects the cards with a thin layer of plastic, and gives them a nice look and feel.
- Remember pages are A3-sized; that's larger than regular A4/letter paper.
- Print a single page first just in case, to ensure the colors look good and the smallest texts are easily legible.
- If using a print shop, you might want to ask in more than one place, as the print price may vary significantly.
- If laminated, cut the cards with a box cutter instead of scissors (the latter may result in rough edges and unstuck lamination).
- Stick closely to the cutting lines and don't rush.