Magnetic photos in no time

Print photos on magnetic paper
Author: supermagnete, Uster, Switzerland, [email protected]

Materials needed

Preparing the photos

Put together a selection of your favourite pictures in Photoshop or another picture editor, e.g. Gimp or Coreldraw. Select DIN A4 photo size, 300dpi printing quality and CMYK colour space. Use the space on the template and arrange photos in a space-saving manner. You can rotate photos for that purpose.

Printing on magnetic paper

Use manual paper feed and adjust the printer to "heavy paper" (at least 160 g). Print one sheet of magnetic paper at a time to avoid a paperjam jam.

Cutting out

We recommend using a ruler, cutter and cutting mat for a precise cutting out.
Tip: To change things up, leave a thin white frame around the photo.
Tip: Instead of printing photos on magnetic paper, you (or your kids) can also draw and write on it with markers or crayons.
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