A previously synthesized silver nanoparticle based conductive silver ink was used in this work to print conductive electrodes on cellulose electro-active paper (EAPap) by using an inkjet printer. Then, Inkjet printed cellulose EAPap experienced a post-deposition heat treatment-sintering process to enhance electrical conductivity of printed electrodes by converting those printed patterns into continuous metallic state. The dependences of electrical bulk resistivity of printed electrodes on both sintering temperature and sintering time were checked. It was found that, higher sintering temperatures and longer sintering process result lower resistivity. In addition, the uniformity of the thicknesses of printed electrodes through transverse direction and the relationship between thickness and the number of printing also had been analyzed. Those printed electrodes also showed very good adhesion on cellulose EAPap.