How to Make Spy I.D. Cards

Spy I.D. cards are a cool way to identify the members of your club. They prevent intruders or other spies from getting your information. You can make your own I.D. cards with things around your house! The steps below will show you how to make one.

Steps

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    Take pictures of you and your friends. You can use small school pictures or take your own. Group pictures aren't recommended in case your card gets lost, other spies will know who everyone in your group is!
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    Find cardboard. Make sure it isn't moist or too thick because you want your cards to last a while.
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    Cut the cardboard into 3-inch squares or whatever you want. Make sure they look different from other club's spy cards but they look the same as other cards in your group.
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    On the cardboard, write your first name or spy codename and your role (ex. President, secretary, ect). You can always do this on the computer and glue it to the cardboard.
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    Go online and make/find a small logo that will be for your club. This way, you don't have to put the name on it just in case it gets lost. You don't want people finding out your club's identity!
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    Glue your logo and picture onto the cardboard.
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    Cover the card in tissues or even wrapping paper so in case people look through your bookbag or purse, they won't think anything of it.

Tips

  • Consider taking a group photo and then individual photos.
  • You don't have to use photos.
  • If you want put ink on your thumb and then dab your finger once on the paper or cardboard

Warnings

  • Don't give your ID cards to strangers.
  • Never place in public areas.
  • Keep it safe.

Things You'll Need

  • Cardboard
  • Camera
  • Computer and Printer
  • Paper
  • Pens, markers, crayons, etc.

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Categories: Spying