You are going to need to use Bubble Jet or a similar product to pre-treat your colored squares before printing them.
Cut 5" squares of the following:
6 Light Blue
38 Dark Blue
28 Medium Blue
70 Background Color
What I did to print on the colored squares was to use a plain piece of printer paper, mark a 2" margin on the left and a 2" margin on the top and taped my square to it. Then I opened up Word and set the following margins: Top: 2", Left: 2", Right: 1.5", Bottom: 4".
At this point play around with fonts and sizes until you make your block look the way you want. Tip: Print on plain paper first, hold it to the light and see if it lines up with your square the way you want it to.
Print all of your element squares. Using the drawing below or any periodic table diagram, arrange your colored squares and background squares. Sew together. Add a border (I'm going to use the same color as my background), back and quilt.
Notes on the pictures: The first one is my drawing of how it is going to look. Each square is 4.5" (this measurement does not include the seams that the actual measurements I gave you for the squares do).
The second picture is how I laid out the page for printing.
((I have not finished this quilt yet. I still need enough bubble jet to treat and print everything. I'll keep you guys posted as it comes together. But as I have gotten several PM's for my pattern I figured I would share it now. Please let me know if you see any problems.))