The purpose of this project is to digitize and replicate nontraditional postcards from the David P. Campbell Postcard Collection from Drs. Nicholas and Dorothy Cummings Center for the History of Psychology.I set out to find the easiest way to replicate a few postcards that are nontraditional in one way or another. The method I came to involves using a Cricut Printer and the Cricut Design Space to scan and upload the complex shapes. The result was that I could very easily replicate any of the three chosen postcards with little to no trouble. I concluded that, even though Cricut Printers are not that common, the best way to use them in replicating postcards with a nonstandard shape was through the method outlined on the website at https://ccshell33.wixsite.com/postcards and that having all of that information stored in a website allows for future expansion.
"Replicating Nontraditional Postcards From the Archive,"
Student Projects from the Archives: Vol. 2
, Article 3.
Available at: https://ideaexchange.uakron.edu/spa/vol2/iss1/3