- 1). Locate a get well card design that you like online (see Resources). Sites like American Greetings, Blue Mountain or HP all offer free and fee-based printable card options that you can personalize and print at home. Select the card and personalize it with your friend or family member's name.
- 2). Turn your printer on and load 60 or 80-pound white or cream-colored cover paper into the paper feeder tray on your printer. Make sure that the paper measures 8½-inches wide by 11-inches tall.
- 3). Press "print" from the website's on-screen commands. Wait for the first side of the card to print. Gently remove the printed page from your printer once it is finished printing. Allow it to air dry for a few minutes. Test the dryness of the ink by lightly rubbing your finger across the bottom back corner of the card. Once you know the ink is dry, load the paper into your printer's paper tray printed-side down and the back of the card on the right side so that it enters the printer first.
- 4). Press "print" again from the website's on-screen commands. Wait for the second, or inside, of your card to print. Allow the card to dry in your printer's output tray for three to five minutes, remove it and fold it in half. Sign the card and place it in an envelope for presentation to your sick friend or family member.
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