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Paper to Print Yu-Gi-Oh Cards?


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Hello,

 

I've made a lot of cards and I want to print them so I could play with my friends and so I could collect them :).

So I want them to be as realistic as they can be. The only thing missing is a good paper that will be as thick as a real card and that will feel (as much as it can) like a real card. But I don't know what to ask for when I go to the store.

Please help me! How does this kind of paper called? Thank you very much!

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http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_kind_of_paper_do_print_Yu-Gi-Oh_cards_on_to_make_them_look_real

"One of the best ways to make your own realistic yugioh cards is to use glossy photo paper and a photo printer. My method is to use Microsoft Publisher to create a new page size in the dimensions of a yugioh card which are 2.313 x 3.375."

That should help you.

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Thank you both!
I've already read the answer from Wiki Answers when I searched on Google.
But I do need exactly what cereal box are made of and I would love if you could tell me more about that, like where I can get it?
Thank you.

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Thank you both!
I've already read the answer from Wiki Answers when I searched on Google.
But I do need exactly what cereal box are made of and I would love if you could tell me more about that, like where I can get it?
Thank you.

Office Depot,Walmart,LexJet. Try to look into Art shops as well.
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