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Fashion Playing Cards Part 2

A Deck of Skeletons. Vintage STYLE Playing Cards. by Mike Willcox — Kickstarter

La baraja de los piratas // A Deck of Skeletons. Vintage STYLE Playing Cards [by Mike Willcox — Kickstarter]

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Poker Card Flower Hair Clip/Pin

how to make playing card flowers-Picture of Poker Card Flower Hair Clip/Pin- for the queen of hearts statue

making a box from playing cards-what a great use for those decks that mysteriously have missing cards!

How to Make a Gift Box Out of Playing Cards

"Edge" Playing Cards (wip)

"Edge" Playing Cards (wip)

HMNIM – Hi My Name Is Mark  playing cards.  Nautical theme.

Hi My Name is Mark Playing Cards

Vintage Ace of Spades Octopus Kraken Flask Stainless Steel Hip Liquor Playing Card

Jumbo popsicle sticks + wood burning = a fun & unique set of playing cards!

Popsicle Stick Playing Cards

Jumbo popsicle sticks + wood burning = a fun & unique set of playing cards! [ "Jumbo popsicle sticks + wood burning = a fun & unique set of playing c

Playing Cards Illustrations by Jonathan Burton

Playing Cards Illustrations by Jonathan Burton -este vendría siendo mi pin…

This has to be one of the cutest decks of cards ever!  "Pack of Dogs” playing cards are from a series of four decks designed by John Littleboy in 2006, & produced by Inky Dinky. The pip cards have been transformed from the standard positions into a sequence of images which tell a story. The other three decks are Mermaid Queen, Bag of Bones, & Kitten Club. They're priced at $9.50 from http://www.artiphany.com/co... & other sources.  #myt

Bag of Bones Playing Cards

This has to be one of the cutest decks of cards ever! "Pack of Dogs” playing cards are from a series of four decks designed by John Littleboy in & produced by Inky Dinky. The pip cards have been transformed from the standard positions into a sequen

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