Posted December 05, 2018 04:27:01 You can make Christmas card stock using a disposable printer and a couple of old cardboard boxes.
You can also make them in your own kitchen or at a library.
Get a cheap disposable printer, such as a cheap model from Amazon.
You don’t need a high-end one, but it’s nice to have.2.
Use your cardboard boxes as the template for the paper.3.
Make the first batch of card stock by laying the cardboard in the back of your printer and pressing down until it’s a thin, sticky paste.
You want it to adhere to the paper but not tear it up.4.
Add the rest of the card stock, leaving about 3/4 inch of space in between each piece.5.
Use a ruler to make the edges of the cards, which should look like a grid pattern.6.
Fold the cardstock around the edges.
Put the card in the printer, turn it on the paper, and then print the card.
You may need to adjust the printer’s settings, since you’re working with a plastic.7.
Check your cardstock is printed.
You’ll see a “print error” when it’s all done.
If you’re using a printer that supports 3D printing, you can skip that step and just print the cardboard squares on your own.8.
After the cards are printed, you’ll have a pile of cardboard that’s about 5 1/2 inches long, about an inch wide, and about one inch tall.
You will also need some stickers.9.
Cut the cardboard pieces to length and glue them together.
You’re ready to print.10.
Get some cardboard and cut out the template, using a flat blade to cut out a square, and a pencil to draw lines.
If the template has some gaps, just cut them out.11.
Place the card back on the template.
You should now have a rectangle about 5 inches wide and about 3 inches long.12.
Add a small, thin layer of stickers.13.
Flip the card over and glue the stickers on, starting at the top and working your way down.
You won’t need to add any more stickers than you already have.14.
When you’re finished, the card is ready for printing.
The card should look something like this:Here’s what the printed card looks like:You can also print the cards at home.
Put them in a frame and use a glue gun to attach the card to the frame.
The print time is about a minute, so you should have them in about 15 minutes.
Here’s how to make one.1, Use a disposable printing paper, such a disposable plastic that’s a little thinner than regular paper, or a thick cardboard.
You probably don’t want to use paper that’s too thick.2, Cut out the card and glue it to the cardboard.3, Place the cardboard inside the frame, along the bottom, and glue that top to the top.
You do not want to glue the top of the frame to the bottom.4, Repeat steps 4 and 5 for each side of the template as you go, so the bottom of the box has about 4 inches between each card.5, Repeat step 3 and 5 with the cardboard that is inside the template side.6, Use the glue gun on the cardboard to glue it together.7, Put the cardboard back on and print the next batch of cards.
You might have to adjust settings to make sure the card gets printed at a reasonable speed, because it takes a while for your printer to print a card.8, You’ll have printed about 60 cards, each with the exact same design.
You can then glue the cardbacks to the frames with adhesive glue.
You get more glue and fewer mistakes if you use glue that is not sticky.
Here are a few examples.1) Make a cardstock template using disposable paper, disposable plastic, and cardboard.2) Print your card with disposable paper and glue to the plastic.3) Print the next printout of cards using disposable plastic and glue on to the card frames.4) Use the adhesive glue on the cards.5) Add the cardback on to your frame and print a printout with adhesive glued to the sides.6) Add a sticker to the back and print another printout.7) Add another sticker to a printed card and print it with the glue.8) Print another print out of the same card and put the sticker on.
The best way to get the best printout, as you can see from this picture, is to put the plastic back on after the card has printed and glue up the corners.
It helps if you don’t have to cut off the top to glue up, as the glue will adhere to your cards better than the glue on your printer.9) After the card printing is