Oh! I almost forgot: I just recently realized there must be legal-sized laminating pouches (duh). So I’m thinking about how to make folding, reuseable PbtA playbooks.
It’s the folding I’m trying to solve now. Thinking about cutting the printed sheet into its thirds, tacking them to the inside of the pouch with a dot of glue stick about 1mm apart from each other, then maybe lightly scoring the outside with a craft knife. Anyone try this?
The gluestick tack is legit killer tech if you’re in the laminating machine mafia. Which, by the way, keep your eyes open for that once-a-year Amazon sale where you can get one for like $20.
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Legal Hot Laminating Pouch seems like something from late-night Cinemax.
All the pouches are at least 18.
I just laminated some Parsley games and didn’t have much success with the folded parts. Separating the sections is genius!
Cutting it into sections seems like the smart way to go, but I’ve never tried it.
I would say scoring is your better option?