Let's make promotional postcard for artworks!
Today, I am going to share with you how to make a promotional laminating post card using the laminating machine below.
When I was a child, I used a iron to make a laminating paper to be needed a coating to protect paintings from water and other contaminants. In the past, when the laminating machines were not available in every house, it had no alternative choice to coat.
Children had to buy thick vinyl and press it with an moderate heated iron to press it for a while. The coating targets were primarily pretty fallen leaves, well-dried petals, or a four-leaf clover found by chance. It was always crowded with children who wanted to get a wonderful picture around the talented child. They were asked to draw a picture and then pressed with an iron to make coated paper, then used as a bookshelf. Now you can buy different types of laminating machines through the stores.
This time I decided to put the QR code inside the picture instead of the signature. First, I had to get the QR code from the recently opened Redbubble site. Go to the site you want to promote as shown below. Then, place the mouse cursor on the website and right-click to get the QR code as shown below.
When you click, the following window will appear. Click Download.
Then, put the QR code obtained in this way into the image you want to promote.
This way, when people who are interested in your drawings take a QR code with their cell phone, they will be directed to the site.
Then put the picture in the coated paper as shown below and put the coated paper in the laminating machine.
I made another picture like the one below. Below is an example made with both front and back sides.
Myungja Anna Koh