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Follow this procedure to print bingo cards containing pictures and text. The free space available around the cards can contain anything you want. The method used is to create the design first and then print the bingo cards on the same sheet (successive layer printing).

Create with Microsoft PowerPoint (or other programs) the design that will surround the bingo card on the sheet. Insert the pictures and the text you want on the left and on the right of the sheet living a blank space for the bingo card.

Select the model “1 bingo card per sheet”. This model allows you to print a bingo card in the center of the sheet containing your personal design around the card.

Do a test print to check if the design and the bingo card are aligned. Print the design, put the paper back in the printer and print a bingo card. See if the bingo card and the design fit properly. Adjust or modify the design as needed.

Once you are satisfied with the design, print the number of sheets required.

Then, put the paper back into the printer and print all the bingo cards needed.


If you intend to play several games, print the cards on paper of different colors and at the beginning of each game, specify the color of the card that will be used.
To make the game unique, use heat-sensitive paper. It changes color with the heat of your fingers. It will automatically return to its original color after a few seconds. Both children and adults will be fascinated by this phenomenon. For more information on heat-sensitive paper, go to the following link: Heat-Sensitive Paper.