Ever since the first Polaroid photos became obsolete, there have been a number of other instant cameras that have replaced it. That one camera I think Kodak made I do not believe makes the cut when it comes to making a Polaroid picture. Sure it has the white border, but its close or actually the size of a business card. The new Polaroid Z2300 Instant Camera, like the one being offered as a prize for The Photography Contest, is like a close second to the feeling of an actual Polaroid from years past. Don't get me wrong, I love the fact that Polaroid still makes Polaroids. I even love how the Zink paper photos can also become stickers, in a sense. The only thing that irks me is having a quality picture not be a good size. Which would you prefer? A quality Polaroid with a picture size of a business card or a size of a slice of processed cheese?

Thanks to the internet and the use of one program every computer should have, I have made a way to make my own Polaroid Pictures on either 3x5 or 4x6 inch Index Cards!

And since there is no instructable on how to print on index cards within what i put into the search engine, I figure i will make one.

Step 1: What You Will Need

The only things you need to make an Index Card Polaroid are:

a computer
Paint - the program, not the pigment
a printer ( i use an HP Photosmart D110 )
a Digital Camera ( Im using my trusty 3DS )
something to take a picture of
and last but not least... Index Cards ( either 3x4 or 4x6 )
This is a clever idea. Polaroids go back way further than the 90s though!
yeah, but thats when i remembered those things. Im a 90's kid.

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