I am making business cards that use labels to slice them up and give me multiple per page, but I also would like to have a background or watermark on them.

I have tried using this code, but it puts the image in the middle of the page instead of on the individual labels. Is there a better way? Below the following code is the document area for my cards.

Is it possible or is there a better way?


Code for my actual cards.



\setsansfont{Source Sans Pro Light}
\LabelGridtrue%  <-- or \LabelGridfalse

{\textbf{\Firstname \Surname}} 
}% No size here so it's easier to try out multiple sizes
{Computer Hardware Engineer}
}% No size here so it's easier to try out multiple sizes
%Resume address goes here.
%MeCard command to include in QR Code
%Content of the QR Code
%Make actual QR code
\qrcode[nolinks, height=2.5cm]{\TheQRContent}
%Github QR ocode here
\qrcode[nolinks, height=2.5cm]{\Website}
%Resume QR code here
\qrcode[nolinks, height=2.5cm]{\resumedoc}
    {\Large\scshape \Name}\\[1ex]

    \small\textit{\Description}\      \vspace{4ex}

    {\textsc{Student, Coder\\ System Architect}}\\   




        {\small\textit{Phone Number : \Phone}}\\%
        {\small\textit{Email : \Email}}\\%


        {\small\textit{My contact information}



        {\raggedleft\small\textit{My Resume}}


        {\small\textit{My Github}\\


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    Please make your code so that it will compile! – cfr Feb 24 '15 at 22:10
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    Definitely a better way. Hard to suggest it, though, when you've only given us an incomplete example to work with.... – jon Feb 24 '15 at 22:11
  • Apologies, updated the question with full .tex file – Fetts Vett Feb 25 '15 at 3:55


I'm doing the same thing for my cards. I just put the \includgraphics command inside the second "\addresslabel[\fboxsep=5mm]{%" command (the one for the backside of the card) and that should do the trick.

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