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How to create a QR code Valentine Supplies: Computer, smartphone, desktop printer, clear adhesive paper, card stock Directions: Step 1: Record a video of yourself. Step 2: Upload your video file to YouTube. Step 3: Follow directions for generating a QR code at Step 4: Download image of the QR code. Step 5: Print the QR code on adhesive paper for use with ink-jet printers. Step 6: Place the QR code sticker on the cardstock, on the front or inside. Decorate card as you like. Optional: Another idea is to create a treasure hunt with the QR code. To do this, you will need to create multiple QR codes with different messages or videos, each giving a clue. Place the QR code sticker in a secret space or in specific locations — a notebook, for example, or an elevator, door or locker. By following each QR code’s directions, the recipient will find the final QR code that contains a very special message. Note: The recipient will need to have a smartphone app to decipher the codes.
Barbara Haddock Taylor, Baltimore Sun
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