Cards Against Humanity

1. Download the PDF and take it to a print shop. We found the best deal at Staples.

How to make

2. Have them print the game on heavy, white card stock (80-pound or higher). The cards are all black and white, but if you can convince them to use the color printer for no additional cost, you’ll get a much nicer result.

3. For added fanciness, you can print black on the back of the question cards so they’re easier to tell apart.

4. Cut the cards up using one of those big slicers. Take your time and do a nice job and the cards will be easier to handle later.

5. We got an awesome clear AMAC box (model 102C) for $1.50 at the Container Store that holds the cards perfectly.

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