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Printing your own nameplates

Discussion in 'Tools of the Trade/Accessories' started by PLG, Nov 9, 2021.

  1. PLG Well-Known Member

    Hi Guys

    i know that companies like Name It! produce great value nameplates, but I like the flexibility and convenience of printing my own using nothing but Word and my home printer.

    in essence I print on overhead projector acetate sheet, add a background colour and use double sided tape to fix it in place. It is important that all of the printing is on the reverse side and so cannot be damaged when in place.

    here is a link to a downloadable pdf explaining the process in easy steps.

    https://sarnia-miniatures.co.uk/?wpdmpro=printing-nameplates-at-home

    the one below is a simple font with a simple border, but you can add anything which you can put in a Word textbox.

    peter

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    Billy Dickinson and Nap like this.
  2. Nap A Fixture

    Country:
    England
    Hi Peter

    Thank you for sharing this method , the end result looks good and neat

    Appreciate your time

    Nap

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