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    What an incredible talent you have! I tried to do this and discovered Im artistically challenged ; makes me really appreciate Brad's work!
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    Which version of photoshop do you use? I'm going to download one, but there are many different versions to choose from.

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    It's tough to cut through that many layers and still have a clean edge. Not worth it to me, but if you can find a way to do it effectively, I'd love to hear it!

    Find a local print shop (Not a copy shop), they should have a flatbed cutter that will cut them clean. If everything is printed & glued precisely it should be no problem going through a couple hundred sheets of card stock at a time. With the ones we have where I work, you're looking at about 1 minute worth of time!

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    It's easy, make a 4x6 blank image in 300 PPI and place two cards on it, and print it.

    How do you print 2 cards on a 4x6 if each card is 2.5x3.5?

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    2 cards=5x3.5 works fine...with room

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    Sorry just a little confused....wouldnt 2 cards that each are 2.5x3.5 take up atleast a 5x7 space?

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    Sorry just a little confused....wouldnt 2 cards that each are 2.5x3.5 take up atleast a 5x7 space?


    No. Two cards side by side would have twice the width (2x2.5=5) but the height would remain 3.5 since you aren't putting one on top of the other.

    If you're still confused....get two cards and a 4x6 photo. You'll figure it out.

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    Can u make me some customs of james neal and paul henderson?

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    what kind pf paper do you use?

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    Currently I'm using HP Premium Plus Soft Gloss photo paper. It has an incredible feel to it and an almost iridescent sheen to it.

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