QSL cards

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    Mike Ryan
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    Finding a good source your own QSL cards and choosing a background, that you like, can be a challenge.  QSL card printing houses usually offer a collection of “standard” images that you can choose from, or may accept a personal picture that you supply for the background.   Good choices take time.
    If your a new ham who wishes they just had a few cards to get started, or an “old timer” in need of a few cards to hold you over, you may want to try experimenting with printing your own.  Several years ago, I came across a “make your own QSL” software utility that may be of interest.  I was able to find the link again, and have included it below:
    The tool was easy to use, but the support documentation was somewhat marginal.  Experimenting with the tool should answer most of your questions.  You should be able to generate some sample cards that you can easily modify until your satisfied.
    You may to explore WA0ITP’s main page as well for some interesting ideas,  tips and tricks (see below):

    - Mike (K1WVO)
    Nashua Area Radio Club

    k1wvo@arrl.net
    Visit us on the web at - https://www.n1fd.org

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