Where can I make my own Pokemon cards?

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Create your own custom made pokemon card online at www.mypokecard.com. There are detailed guidelines and options that help you to create and print your desired card.
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Most pokemon fans have at least one pack of pokemon cards. But in my case i have over 250 cards.
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1. Open a Web browser and go to mypokecard.com. Select your language in the top-left-hand corner of the site. 2. Choose a creature type. Pokemon can be one of nine different types
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1. Find someone to trade with. It could be someone who you know has a card you want, someone who wants a card you have, or just a friend. Bear in mind that if you saw a card you want
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1. Design your business card in any graphics program and save as a .jpeg. The image size should measure 2" x 3.5" 2. Open MS Word and open a new document. 3. Open your .
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2 Additional Answers
So the old Pokemon cards are getting a little on the dull side, there are several websites where you can make your own cards. At these websites, you will be able to upload your image as well as customize certain features like attacks and weakness.
You can make your own Pokémon cards, by drawing the Pokémon figures onto poster board. You can also create your own Pokémon figures. Take the posterboard and cut the figures out.
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