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If you are reading this and sometimes print cards, what paper do you use... that actually works, and I was wondering what paper they use to make REAL Yu-Gi-Oh! card?... if you somehow know

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Well what I do print it out of white copy paper. And that little box at the bottom cut it out.
And glue it on a crappy common.
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If you wanna play with proxies, print them off on photo paper at the size of normal yugioh cards, by resizing them on MS Word. Then get a black/blue/red/whatever sleeve and put a real card in. Then cut out the custom card and place it [b]in front[/b] of the real card. Do that with your entire set, and BOOM, a proxy deck!
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I rarely print cards, and think personally that photo-paper makes it too glossy, so I'd suggest trying what the above have done, but, if you have fakes, use them instead.

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can you do that i thought that it would be a bit messy?

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[quote=kizzi]
If you wanna play with proxies, print them off on photo paper at the size of normal yugioh cards, by resizing them on MS Word. Then get a black/blue/red/whatever sleeve and put a real card in. Then cut out the custom card and place it [b]in front[/b] of the real card. Do that with your entire set, and BOOM, a proxy deck!
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... Exact size of YGO cards please?
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[quote=keji masters]
can you do that i thought that it would be a bit messy?
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Use a glue stick. It will be fine unless you think it's a Push Pop.

[quote=Logmon1]
... Exact size of YGO cards please?
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Roughly 2.38in. x 3.38in. I think.
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you can just use the website, make your cards and go on word and insert them and print. once you print them you can get photocopies of them and the backs of cards (on the internet) and glue the front to the back of the card. it may seem a little weird but it works for me

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[quote=The Slime Lord]
[quote=keji masters]
can you do that i thought that it would be a bit messy?
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Use a glue stick. It will be fine unless you think it's a Push Pop.

[quote=Logmon1]
... Exact size of YGO cards please?
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Roughly 2.38in. x 3.38in. I think.
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Which is about 5.9cm x 8.6cm. My friend and I measured a card once when we hand drew our cards.

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Interesting. I never thought about printing them before.. I'm gunna do this and enter my friends tournament that we have once and a while (With Friends Only). There gunna be like "OMFG! WTF!? YOU HAXZORS!!! Also you can buy the actuall paper for this HELL YEAH at Staples. I checked. :D

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Use photo paper and print with the best quality. I did it once and the card came out almost better than the real thing
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Use Picture Paper and then cut it out

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The green of the Spell cards is lighter than real Spell cards..
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how much big are the YGO cards in pixels I cant get a real exodia head so im taking kizzis advice but i need to no how many pixels
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I tried printing them with photo paper but I compared it with my real card but the surface isnt same as my real card

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I know this is an old thread and will be locked after this post but...

Print the card to size in HD front and back onto photo paper. Then take a crapy common and cut the square off of it. Take the square and put a thin coat of rubber cement on the back. Carefully place it on top of the photo covering the square that is printed on it. Let the glue set and then laminate. Cut so no plastic is hanging off of the card. Put into a sleeve and you are done.

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I've been having a problem. when I copy my cards to ms word it says there is an error and part of the picture is missing or invalid.

Is it just me or r other ppl having the same problem???

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how do i print the card to the right size[hr]
how do i print cards to actual size

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how do i print the card to the right size[hr]
how do i print cards to actual size