A handmade Christmas card is a perfect gift for a loved one or a family member, but you might not be able to find one at the store or online.
A group of scientists has created an entirely different and more versatile way to decorate them.
A team of researchers at MIT and the University of Washington has created a way to print a personalized Christmas card that will work on any device that has a touch screen.
A custom computer chip allows them to create a personalized printed card that has letters, numbers and images, but doesn’t have to be attached to any device.
The team used a customized 3D printer to print out a custom pattern that mimics a printed card.
The printer uses a 3D printed pattern to print an original card that mimicks a printed one.
The team said the card can be used for both a gift and a holiday card.
For example, you can print your own personalized card for your mom or for your dad, but not both.
The researchers said the printing process takes less than one minute and requires no batteries.
The printed card can also be used to print holiday cards, like the one pictured above.
The new printing method is one of many being developed by the team at MIT.
The research is part of the Human Computing Lab at the MIT Media Lab, and it will be part of a new program called The Human Project, which will focus on 3D printing for medical research and development.
The project was inspired by the project to create the 3D-printed Christmas cards for the American Red Cross.
They also said the technology could be used by researchers and educators to create personalized educational materials.
In a video posted to the project’s Facebook page, researchers explained how they printed a personalized card using the same method as they did for the Red Cross card.
The personalized card will have the letters printed inside it, and will also have images printed on top of it.
The text on top will have been created using a 3-D printer.
In addition, the researchers said they have created a 3d-printed version of a custom card for the US military.
The research is described in a paper published in the journal Science Advances.
The researchers said their new process is also applicable to printing Christmas cards, but it will require more time and resources.