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Great idea. Did you rubber stamp them?
 

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No, I used a standard top feed printer. And thank you
 

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How do you keep them form splitting over time when you hand them out?
 

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Nice work, but, how you printed them?
 

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Nice project!
I would think gluing some nice cloth or felt to the back would work nicely.
 

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I mainly use poplar and cedar because they are so soft and living in Florida's humidity also helps. If they get to brittle I just lay them face down and cover them with a damp cloth.
 

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Aren't you just trading paper cuts for splinters? LOL

But seriously - a great way to advertise your business and demonstrate your skill. Thanks for sharing.
 

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The felt is a great idea, thank you! And yes, paper cuts for splinters, but in the end it's all wood, lol
 

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Man this is absolutely brilliant! I love love love this!
(read: I'm gonna do it too)
 

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Love it great job and idea
 

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Mine work just fine, about as thick as an envelope and feeds through my printer just like paper. I've had no problem with durability using soft wood, and I didn't have to by any materials, just what I have in the shop.
 
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