Gaming Misc A Question/Help/Adivce on How to print Custom Amiibo Stickers for NFC NTA215 Tags (Tagmo) (Card version)?

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Hi all,
recently i bought some NFC Tags from amazon uk along with Mteroid Dread that i wanted to get since last year but couldn't due to not having money atm.
anwys,

i got the tags, and im very puzzled/can't find an answer for the following:
and need some help if possble:

1) What size & style paper should i get for printing my amiibo icons that can be used to stick them on top of the NFC tag card?

My printer is Samsung CLP 680 (Not usre if it is ND or DW variant?) , but it is a Colour Laser Printer

2) what paper should i get/use on my specific printer? that'll work for it properly without damaging it or cuasing a fire or jamming the paper?

3) the icons size on the card is Proper size: the size of the NTAG215 card is 85 x 54 mm/ 3.3 x 2.1 inch, which is small and portable; Glossy finish laminated and waterproof PVC material of the badge can protect the NFC chip inside well .

how do i print these on A4 sticker paper, using the Address labels format in pages?

i got the pack of 40x Nfc tags for tagmo.

wirting to the cards is easy, it's just the printing of the lables/stickers for the tags which has me puzzled totally.

thanx
https://www.amazon.co.uk/NTAG215-Co...9Y2xpY2tSZWRpcmVjdCZkb05vdExvZ0NsaWNrPXRydWU=
 

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hi guys, any help here?

what size sitcker paper should i get/find that will fit this specific nfc card size?

i can't seem to find A4 sticker paper in the size of 85 x 54 mm/ 3.3 x 2.1 inch?

should i get something that is close to 85 x 54 mm or less than that?
 

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Hey, just come across this. Not sure if it will help you, but I bought some A4 matte sticker paper. Printed off some cards (I used Random 11's Credit Card sized pics)
Cut them, and stuck them straight to the cards. No glue, and none have peeled yet. Been well over 3 years too
 

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