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2 sided printing sports/trading cards.

 
sWampy
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May 21, 2007 12:36 |  #1

I made a set of cards like this for everyone on my son's T-ball team, anyone know a place that can print them out double sided, trimmed to the size of a trading card in small quanity? I need 12 sets of 12 cards.


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May 21, 2007 13:38 |  #2

yep.... proshooterdirect.com good people. Cheap and fast turn.




  
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May 21, 2007 20:15 |  #3

did you design the layout? If so what program and if not, where did you get it and do they have others?

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May 21, 2007 20:57 |  #4

I did it myself in photoshop cs2. I changed them up a little, to meet photoshooterdirect requirements. If anyone is interested, I'll try to clean them up and upload the templates. All the images for the background came from a cd that said they were royalty free. I wish I knew enough about making actions, where I could have it ask you to enter a team name, player name, height, age, weight, coach, pic1, pic2, colors, but alas I don't.

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did you design the layout? If so what program and if not, where did you get it and do they have others?

Brenda


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May 24, 2007 13:58 as a reply to  @ sWampy's post |  #5

Nice job with the layout. I'm interested to see the template.


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May 24, 2007 14:13 |  #6

Love it! This is great as i mentioned before. Wonderful work!!
Do you know of any free "fake magazine cover templates"? I need some for adobe photoshop before my trial copy expires! hahaha

I use it in Microsoft Word. But there is only a few to choose from.


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May 24, 2007 18:55 as a reply to  @ jackies35's post |  #7

Anyone know a place to put 2 2.5meg photoshop files that don't require a bunch of crap?


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May 26, 2007 08:42 |  #8

I also would love to see your template, b/c I actually want to change the background for a different sport.
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May 27, 2007 12:09 |  #9

Ok, I put 2 different templates http://fordsfotos.4sha​red.com/file/16750492/​13a07aa0 (external link)
and http://fordsfotos.4sha​red.com/file/16751196/​aaba1b37 (external link) . The first one is like the ones above, the 2nd is slightly different, but I think a little better looking cards.


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Jun 02, 2009 17:21 as a reply to  @ sWampy's post |  #10

Does anyone have the direct link to photoshooter direct. I can't seem to find it. Our photographer that normally does our T-Ball photos can't do them this year. I was asked to take the photos and produce something similar to trading cards (which all the kids want). I love the cards that were produced on this forum and would like to have them printed two sided, thick stock. Also where can I get nice baseball art background like you have on yours? Thanks, Mali
PS It won't allow me to access the templates listed above, aany advice??? THANKS!




  
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Jun 04, 2009 02:55 |  #11

MaliShutterBug wrote in post #8037681 (external link)
Does anyone have the direct link to photoshooter direct. I can't seem to find it. Our photographer that normally does our T-Ball photos can't do them this year. I was asked to take the photos and produce something similar to trading cards (which all the kids want). I love the cards that were produced on this forum and would like to have them printed two sided, thick stock. Also where can I get nice baseball art background like you have on yours? Thanks, Mali
PS It won't allow me to access the templates listed above, aany advice??? THANKS!

Wow, old thread revival! There link is...

http://www.proshooterd​irect.com/Trading-Cards.html (external link)

They have templates to choose from and you can customize them a bit as well. I'm ordering a bunch right now (literally putting the order together) as they've won me over big time. Parents love the cards and when I screwed one up on a crop of the photo they replaced them at no charge, even though it was my fault!

Last year used this one as it was the best of the samples I got...
http://www.proshooterd​irect.com/Deluxe.html (external link)


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Jun 04, 2009 06:02 as a reply to  @ MJPhotos24's post |  #12

Thank you very much for the information. I actually called them and spoke with Brian who is a read dear! He was just so helpful and answered all of my questions. I am sure we will be pleased with the results. I am also looking for the other novelties to be made such as buttons, T-Shirts with photos on them, key chains and such. I findplenty on the Internet, but does anyone have any place they suggest does a great job with these items?

Proshooter is where I am going for what they offer, cards, posters, memory photos and such.

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