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How to Print Pokemon Proxies

Two ways to make your own custom Pokemon proxy cards.

Our card finder is the easiest way to print Pokemon proxies. You can upload your deck list, browse sets, or search for specific cards. We will print high-quality Pokemon proxies using our database of real artwork from virtually any card.

Or you can use our simple tools to upload your own designs for the front and back of the cards you want. Perfect for those who create custom card art or have their own high-resolution scans or files. 

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How It Works

Add and Manipulate Text

With just a few clicks, our tools let you fine-tune and add personality to your designs to make a big, bold statement.

Free Images or Upload Your Own

Our card Design Studio gives you free access to thousands of artist-made graphics and templates that are fully customizable. And when you need to drop in your own logo, you can do that too with a quick upload.

Design Amazing Color Schemes

Pick from 50+ colors in our curated collection or we can find a match for your uploaded image.


The most common questions, answered.

Unparalleled Variety for Every Occasion: At, we understand that every card serves a unique purpose. Whether you’re celebrating a holiday, promoting your business, or diving into the world of gaming, our extensive range includes holiday cards, business cards, gaming cards, board game cards, and proxy cards. We cater to all your needs under one roof.

Pokémon cards are collectible trading cards featuring various Pokémon characters, used in the Pokémon Trading Card Game (TCG) for battles and strategic gameplay.

The Pokémon TCG is a strategy-based card game where players use decks of Pokémon cards to battle each other. The goal is to defeat the opponent’s Pokémon and earn prize cards.

Pokémon proxy cards are unofficial cards made to resemble real Pokémon cards but are not official or legal for use in official tournaments or gameplay. They are often used for practice, testing, or casual play.

Pokémon proxy cards are not legal for official tournaments or events sanctioned by The Pokémon Company International. Only official Pokémon cards are allowed in official play.

Pokémon proxy cards are typically used for playtesting new decks, trying out card combinations, or for casual play when official cards are not available.

The use of proxy cards is determined by the people playing the game. Some players may allow proxies for casual play, while others may prefer to use only official cards. Always check with your playgroup for their specific rules.

Official Pokémon cards are sold in booster packs, theme decks, and various collections available at retail stores, online shops, and through trading with other players.

Yes, you can create custom Pokémon cards for personal use or as novelty items. However, custom cards are not legal for official tournaments or competitive play.

The value of Pokémon cards can vary widely based on factors like rarity, condition, and demand. Some rare and highly sought-after cards can be quite valuable, while common cards may have minimal value.

You can find official information about Pokémon cards, gameplay rules, and updates on the official Pokémon website, as well as from community forums and resources dedicated to the TCG.

Print Bleed and Safe Area Explained

Print Bleed

Print bleed refers to the extension of content beyond the actual dimensions of the print area to ensure a seamless edge. To accommodate print bleed, an additional 72 pixels are removed from each dimension (36 pixels from each side, based on a 300DPI image). This means that 36 pixels from each side of your uploaded images may be cut off. If your image is 900DPI, then the bleed area for each side increases to 108 pixels (3x36px). This industry-standard practice allows for edge-to-edge printing without inconsistent white gaps.

Safe Area

The Safe Area is delineated by a red dotted line and accounts for 36 pixels on each side for a 300DPI image. It’s crucial to keep text and other vital elements of your design, image, or photo within the Safe Area to avoid them being trimmed during production. Content outside the safe area might be cut off. Rest assured, everything inside the safe area will remain intact. Note that the red dotted line is only a guide for your reference and will not be printed.

Key Takeaway

Ensure that all essential elements you want printed are inside the red dotted lines. There’s a slight chance that anything between the yellow border and red dotted line may be trimmed during production.