The subject came up in a topic some time ago about making your own playmats. Well, now that I'm finally settled into my new apartment, I've completed what I've set out to do...designing custom playmats! Using good 'ol Photoshop, here's a basic play-mat I was able to whip out: This is the more simple version. I'm working on other variations that have more elaborate backgrounds; the one other I've finished uses the card-art from the original Japanese "Misty's Tears" card. I would post a pic, buuuuuut, something tells me 'Mom would have my head (unless she tells me otherwise). Anyway, I'm sure you're all asking "Well, what use are these?" Well, quite simply, most print shops, or office supply stores that offer printing, will have a large-scale printer; one that prints off of a role of paper. My local Office Max has such a printer, allowing me to print anything with a maximum height/width of 3'. Now, for those of you who're wondering some dimensions for making your own mats, here's the rundown! The playmats that come in preconstructed decks measure 26.5"x12". A Pokemon card measures 3.5"x2.5".