I did that for a charity club. Took head shots of members at a couple
of meetings, and then printed the name badges, including the photos, on
inexpensive photo paper... then laminated the results after the ink
dried. Did something similar for a friend's 40 year class reunion -
but printed the cards as a composite image at a Walgreens photo kiosk,
and cut them down, laminated them in pin-backed name badge covers, and
it was cheap and easy. For another friend's reunion, we scanned in
their high school year book photos, so their name badges had photos of
them back in high school--just like the other kids remembered them. It
was a huge hit. They favored me with a nice bottle of my favorite
Quick, easy, and cost me only a few sheets of 8x10 photo paper and
some ink jet ink.
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On 5/8/2012 9:33 PM, Ed Greany wrote:
> Does anyone have a company that does this for your club or do you do
> your own and if so what do you use to do it?