Medieval Taro for Printing 36 Cards
The Medieval Gypsy Tarot comprises of 36 cards, placed in pdf e-book for easy printing. The Medieval Gypsy Tarot Cards are based on similar theme as the Hungarian Gypsy tarot, or the Zigeuner cards, but the images are portraying Medieval scenes. The Medieval Gypsy Cards first published by tarotpdf.com in 2011, and the images relating to the current times and the social concerns. When you study the cards deeper, than the image simplicity suggested at first sight, starting to reveal its complex secrets, a deep understanding about human nature, the psyche, helping you to understand yourself.
Creating Your Own Medieval Gypsy Cards.
To print the cards, you have to select a paper, similar sickness to a greeting card. That way you don't have to laminate the cards and don't become bulky. The Medieval Gypsy Card will give you an image which looks hand drawn. When you ready to print, you are given a choice to print both side on your paper. You can chose either one, which you prefer. There are 36 images to print, 6 pages with the large card and only 3 pages with the smaller cards. Once you get familiar with printing your own cards, you don't have to buy new ones when a card is damaged. Just print it again, free of charge. Only the paper will cost you a few dollars. You will also receive the same card with white background >>
You get the choice what size you would like to print your cards, Therefore instead of one, you will receive two pdf ebook containing the cards. Background also included as one single sheet, hence you don't have to adjust the cards to fit exactly.
You will receive one pdf ebook which contains the cards in a size similar to Rider Waite and another folder the card's size is close to the size of Hungarian Gypsy Card.
Gypsy Card Printing Tips.
The Medieval Cards are designed to make an accurate fortune telling tool. The Medieval Cards should be printed on premium paper, with a smooth matte finish, so they feel as good as they look. You will find the Medieval card's look as unique as you.
Create a Custom Paper Size in your Printer Properties. Use Photoshop or Photoshop Elements for best results. Decide if you want to print the card's front and back of your card before you buy your paper. Most inkjet printers are not really designed to take large stacks of card stock and feed them consistently. Be gentle with your machine and only put 5-10 sheets in the paper tray at one time. With extra heavy papers, or fine art cotton media, you may have to feed them one at a time. Some trial and error may be necessary.