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How to make your own Custom Autograph Card

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Jeremy Evans and Gordon Hayward - Slam Dunk Contest 2012

Jeremy Evans and Gordon Hayward – Slam Dunk Contest 2012

Do you want to standout from the rest of collectors? Do you want to have a card that can’t be pulled from a pack or do you want to improvise a historic card, a sort of your own Innovation trading card? Well, I’ll show you how.

Warning: The below cards are from my own collection and not for sale.

Step 1

You need a sharp shaving blade.

Shaving Blade

Shaving Blade

Step 2

Look for a card that has a sticker autograph. In my case, I do have a damaged Paul George Preferred Autograph.

Paul George - 2011 Preferred Autograph (Damaged)

Paul George – 2011 Preferred Autograph (Damaged)

Step 3

Look for a card where you wanted to transfer the sticker autograph. In my case, I have the Paul George Prestige rookie card. Good thing about this card is that, it’s an error card. Flip the card and this is what you will read at the back (all of the RC of 2010-11 Prestige has this writing).

Paul George - 2010/11 Prestige Rookie Card

Paul George – 2010/11 Prestige Rookie Card

Error Card

Error Card

Step 4

Remove the sticker autograph from the other card (must be done super gentle) and stick it to the card you want.

This is the finished Paul George RC Autograph card 1/1. The same process I have done on the iconic slam dunk performed by Jeremy Evans of course with the assistance of Gordon Hayward.

Paul George - 2010/11 Panini Prestige RC Auto 1/1

Paul George – 2010/11 Panini Prestige RC Auto 1/1

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