David Chua wrote:
How do you print the images on both sides of the paper without them being misaligned?
If you have access to a double-sided colour laser printer, you just place the images in exactly the same position on two pages.
If you have a simple inkjet, you have to print one, reverse the sheet, and print the second image. However, this may not produce exactly aligned images due to the paper transport mechanism, especially if it is a cheap printer. If you use normal 80gsm paper, you might also get colour bleed-through from one side to the other, so use at least 120gsm paper.
Another method is to print the images side-by-side on a single page, score along the image join, and fold the sheet along the score line, being careful to align the edges of the images. To do this easily, cut along one edge of the images so you can make sure that edge matches exactly when you fold. You now glue the two images back-to-back (use something like 3M spray glue to avoid the paper "wrinkling") and cut out the shapes you need. You may not even have to use glue if you carefully plan the placement of the images, because the paper is held securely inside the Magic tiles.