Turn Your Photos Into Playing Cards Using a Script

Turn Your Photos Into Playing Cards Using a Script

By Carole Asselin

PaintShop Pro expert and scrapbooking pro Carole Asselin shows you how you can turn your photos into custom playing cards with this script from Cassel Creations. You can choose the suit and value you want, then add a photo of your choice in the center of the card. Depending on the size of the photo, the script will either resize it to be one large image in the center, or a smaller image that will be duplicated and rotated to fill in the whole center. Create a single card, or a whole deck with various photos – a fun and original way to display your pictures.

This script is compatible with PaintShop Pro versions 8 and up. Visit our store to get the Custom Playing Cards script and browse our collection of photo add-ons and digital scrapbooking products.

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  • quickbooks inbound support leads Reply

    Hey thank you for the great article! Just so you know
    I think that it’s supposed to be “they’re” instead of “their” -Sam

    December 12, 2017 at 10:49 pm

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