EDIT: Update below
I’m having a hard time finding a topic that specifically addresses the making of custom printed playing cards for print & play (PnP) board games and such. There are several techniques out there and all would seem to be easy with a laser cutter.
My question relates to materials. Among the following things, is there any material to avoid?
Linen Paper adhered to Cardstock or Magazine Backer using 3M Super 77 adhesive and coated in Mod Podge spray? How about sheets of laminating pouches? (this seems most likely to be a problem).
Any advice or threads about this specific topic I can’t seem to find? I see huge potential with this but want to know if there is anything I should be avoiding.
EDIT: So i went ahead and order the laminating pouches and did the flame test to see if any chlorine produced a green flame when burning the pouches. No green flame, so no chlorine. I went ahead and cut out a bunch of cards laminated, all seems good.