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DIY Trading Cards, Part 6: Binder

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DIY Trading Cards, Part 5: Card Box

Now that you have your packs made, you'll want to keep them somewhere until they get opened. Sure, a plastic bag will do, but it's boring. A box is very simple to make (compared to some of the other parts) and adds some zing.

This box is sized for two stacks of packs with inner dimensions of 4" x 5.5". It is made from magazine backerboards available online or at your local comic book store. Read more about DIY Trading Cards, Part 5: Card Box

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DIY Trading Cards, Part 3c: Puzzle Cards

A puzzle card is a pretty simple to make. Instead of designing one card at a time, design as a set of 9. Read more about DIY Trading Cards, Part 3c: Puzzle Cards

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DIY Trading Cards, Part 3b: Memorabilia Cards

If you haven't collected cards in the past 20 or so years you wouldn't know about this new trend of Memorabilia cards. Typically the idea is to include a piece of jersey into the confines of a 2.5" x 3.5" card. With a couple extra steps it's possible to make your very own memorabilia card. Read more about DIY Trading Cards, Part 3b: Memorabilia Cards

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DIY Trading Cards, Part 3a: Hologram Cards

Now that you have mastered the art of making a standard card you are ready to add some flair. One of my favorite parts of opening a pack of cards is finding a neat chase card like a hologram.
A hologram card is a total of four layers. Front, back, hologram and paint. Read more about DIY Trading Cards, Part 3a: Hologram Cards

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Suguru + LEGO

I liked Suguru before. Then I saw this video. I wish as a kid I had been able to make some custom pieces. There were a couple models I wanted to build that could have used this. Read more about Suguru + LEGO

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The Spider-Man Vault: A Museum-in-a-Book

I want this, what can I say. The Spider-Man Vault: A Museum-in-a-Book with Rare Collectibles Spun from Marvel's Web is incredible. Not only is it a book about the history of Spider-Man but, it also has special
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DIY Trading Cards, Part 2: Making it Physical

If you haven't already, please see DIY Trading Cards, Part 1

Obviously, you could use any of the online card-making services. That is if you want to spend $3 on a single card or have a reason for 50+ of each design. I, however, don't need that, so here is how I do it. Read more about DIY Trading Cards, Part 2: Making it Physical

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