Explore the enchanting world of Tarot with our meticulously crafted Tarot Cards and Guidebook set. Our premium Tarot Cards offer a unique and insightful tool for self-discovery and divination.
Create Your Own Card Game Printing Tarot Cards with Guidebook
Paper playing cards
|Decided by Client
|CMYK or Pantone
|AI, PDF, ID, PS, CDR
|Gloss or Matt Lamination, Spot UV, Emboss, Deboss and more
How to print tarot cards along with a guidebook?
1. Designing the Tarot Cards:
Card Size and Material: Determine the size and material for your tarot cards. Common sizes are around 2.75 x 4.75 inches, but you can choose based on your preferences.
Artwork: Create or commission original artwork for each card. Ensure that the imagery aligns with traditional tarot symbolism or your unique interpretation.
Card Back Design: Design a distinctive back for the cards. This should be consistent across all cards and can include symbols or patterns.
2. Creating the Guidebook:
Introduction: Include an introduction that explains the purpose of the tarot deck, its theme, or any unique features.
Card Descriptions: Write detailed descriptions for each card, explaining the symbolism, meaning, and interpretation. Include upright and reversed meanings if applicable.
Guidance for Readings: Provide guidance on how to use the cards for readings. Include sample spreads and interpretations.
Author's Perspective: If the tarot deck has a unique theme or interpretation, share your perspective as the creator.
3. Print Production:
Choose Printing Method: Decide whether you'll print the cards yourself or use a professional printing service. Digital printing is suitable for small quantities, while offset printing is cost-effective for larger runs.
Card Stock and Finish: Select a high-quality cardstock for durability. Consider finishes like matte or glossy based on your aesthetic preferences.
Guidebook Format: Decide on the format of the guidebook. It could be a separate booklet or incorporated into the packaging.
Box Design: Create an appealing box or packaging for the tarot deck. Include information about the deck and its creator.
LWB (Little White Book): If the guidebook is compact, it can be included as a Little White Book inside the box.
5. Quality Control:
Proofing: Before finalizing the print run, carefully proofread the guidebook and inspect a sample of printed cards to ensure colors and details are accurate.
6. Extras and Limited Editions:
Add-Ons: Consider adding extra elements like a cloth for card spreads, bookmarks, or special packaging for limited editions.
Signed Copies: For a personal touch, offer signed copies or limited editions with numbered cards.
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