I don't print directly on the Fluxx Blanxx. I print what I need on
white label stock, cut it to size and stick it on the blank cards.
I've used both diskette label stock and 8.5x11 cut to size stock for
this. The label stock won't muck up any printers and I find that the
custom cards shuffle into the regular Fluxx deck easily.
Elise Dee Beraru
---- Carol Townsend
> Hey all,
> We've been having a discussion over on the edu-list about dealing w/
> blank cards. Here's the salient point from a teacher, about what's
> available at school:
> >>I'll definitely need to buy blank Fluxx cards. Somewhere in the
> building, we allegedly have a color laser printer. It would be
> awesomely cool to print directly on the cards that way, I'm afraid of
> mucking up the machine. [snip]... it doesn't work to print onto the cards
> on an inkjet... the color runs unless you spray them with something...
> and we're not allowed to have that kind of stuff in our classrooms or in
> the school.
> I know people have done printing on the Blanxx before now... has
> someone got their instructions on a handy dandy website that I could
> toss over to the edu-list for these teachers (who are overworked
> already and don't need to re-invent the wheel that ya'll have already
> done been inventing over on this list)
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