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Custom Card Game Manufacturers Printed Your Own Tarot Decks

Product Details
Product Name

Tarot Cards

Material

Paper playing cards

UsageEducation/Entertainment
CertificationISO9001, FSC
DesignFrom Clients,OEM
SizeDecided by Client
PrintingCMYK or Pantone
Artwork FormatAI, PDF, ID, PS, CDR
FinishingGloss or Matt Lamination, Spot UV, Emboss, Deboss and more

               
Polybag
               
Card Size



               
Custom Printed Front and Back
               
Full Color Printing


Creating your own tarot card decks can be a fun and creative endeavor. Here's a basic guide to help you get started:


Plan Your Deck: Decide on the theme and style of your tarot deck. Traditional decks have 78 cards divided into Major Arcana and Minor Arcana. Major Arcana cards typically represent significant life events and themes, while Minor Arcana cards represent day-to-day experiences and situations.


Design Your Cards: Use your creativity to design each card. You can hand-draw them, use digital art software, or a combination of both. Ensure that each card reflects the symbolism and meaning associated with traditional tarot cards. You may also want to incorporate your own interpretations and imagery.


Choose Card Size and Material: Decide on the size of your cards. Most tarot decks are around 2.75 x 4.75 inches, but you can choose any size that suits your preference. Consider the material for your cards, such as cardstock or specialty paper. Ensure that the material is durable and suitable for handling.


Print Your Cards: Once you have finalized the designs, print them onto the chosen material. You can use a home printer if you're making a small number of decks, or you can use a professional printing service for larger quantities or higher quality printing.


Cut and Finish: After printing, carefully cut out each card along the edges. You may want to round the corners for a polished look. Consider adding a protective coating to your cards, such as lamination or a clear varnish, to increase durability.


Create a Guidebook: Along with your deck, consider creating a guidebook that explains the meaning of each card. This can be helpful for users who may not be familiar with tarot symbolism or for those who want to understand your unique interpretations.


Packaging: Decide how you want to package your deck. You can use a simple tuck box, a drawstring bag, or even a custom-designed box. Make sure the packaging complements the style of your deck and provides adequate protection for the cards.

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