I bought some at http://www.greatstuff4gamblers.com, they have different sets, single deck, double deck & multi deck. Each set has 4 cards based on hit/stand soft 17, double or not after split. They were $4 or $5 a set. They are a little big, but I just used my scanner and shrunk it and pasted/printed from a word doc, then used cheap picture lamination things from the dollar store.
The website has a number of different "cheat sheets" that you can easily save or copy and paste into a spread sheet program and then print out. The one they display on this page is correct basic strategy for multiple decks- use it when you are playing against multiple decks and you'll cut the house odds down to 0.5% (the best you can do without counting cards).
My lord take that article print it out and BURN IT. Its horrible. First off there is too a gaming board that monitors all the casinos on the major cruise lines. Second off your "strategy is weak to say the least. Go to yahoo type in blackjack basic strategy card and you will get a bunch of links to sites with that card you are looking for. Many that you can print out. Playing by that card cuts the house edge to between .25-.33% which is rather low.
After enough blackjack you learn to count cards as well and this help improve your game and earn you more money
I make and market blackjack basic strategy cards. These are full color thick two-sided laminated cards, the best I have seen. I make for all game rules and deck parameters, but only have double-deck with non-restrictive rules in stock currently. I also make a custom version "business card style" with your picture and business contact data. Most casinos allow you to bring these to the table. Generic version in quantities below 5, $2.99 + $1.99 S & H ea., which is $4.98 ea. Please contact Andy at firstname.lastname@example.org for higher quantity and custom version pricing.