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How to Print

Printing at Home

If you are printing at home, we recommend using regular white cardstock for printing. These stand up with as props and bunting (and don’t ache your hands when cutting out!). It’s also best for writing on for games and crafts.

Select ‘Actual size’ when printing. Make sure you are not printing Grayscale – RGB is best for our printables.

Printing in store

If you are printing games or cards etc, the single file (usually 5×7 or 8×10) is best for professional print shops. This way, there is no cutting to do. Best to select borderless printing.

If you are printing bunting or printable props at a store, make sure the store you are using takes PDFs. It’s best to figure out which page numbers you need printing and how many of each.

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