So this year she wanted basically the same thing, but she didn't want to use the same cards as last year. She didn't like the art style of any newer Justice League valentines (and neither do I -- bleh), so we did the same thing again, with a focus on Batman -- cause we found a mishmash of awesome Batman valentines around the internet.
So hey, want to make your own DiY vintage Batman Valentines? DC Copyright be damned, I'm posting the images for you!
Click "Read More" at the bottom of this post to get the full sized images -- they're big so they'll print with decent resolution. I'm not an expert, and these aren't perfect -- the backing images don't line up perfectly in the same spot on each card. But they're close enough for us, and possibly for you.
1.) Figure out how your printer orients paper using a simple test like this one.
2.) Get some sturdy paper or cardstock and load it into the printer.
3.) Print the first hi-res image below the link posted at the bottom, and be sure to click "scale to fit media" in the dialog box.
4.) After you print these out, open up your paper tray and load the print-outs into it backwards, relative to how it printed them the first time. Now print the second hi-res image.
5.) Cut them out with scissors or a paper cutter. Some of the "To:, From:" images might be a little close to the bottom of the cards cause I'm far from a professional, but they should all be workable.