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IMAGAME White Blank Playing Cards – DIY Flash Cards, Game Cards, Study Learning Cards, Message Card, Thank You Card, Gift Card, Vocabulary Word Cards for Writing, Drawing – Matte Finish, Poker Size– 216 Cards

(3 customer reviews)

Original price was: $9.99.Current price is: $8.99.

Count: 216  Blank Playing Cards 

Durable Card Stock:  High quality 300 gsm card stock and rounded corners

Multiple DIY Uses: Blank cards can be used as multiplication flash cards, game cards, for sketching, message cards, memory game cards, greeting cards, thank you cards, gift card, business cards, and more

Easy to Write: Matte finish makes these cards suitable for most writing instruments. Pencils, pens, markers, crayons, fountain pens, gel pens

Standard Size: 2.5″ x 3.5″ poker-sized cards, perfect size to create your own games, art projects or flash cards

IMAGAME Blank Playing Cards

IMAGAME DIY blank playing cards are made from high-quality card stock with a matte finish for easy writing and the perfect size for creating your own games or flash cards.

These plain playing cards are a heavy 300 GSM (grams per square meter). You will really feel the difference between our cards and others’ blank cards.

They are blank on both sides and work with all kinds of pens.

Wide Range of Uses

Flash cards, greeting cards, game cards, memory word cards, study cards, thank you cards, DIY vocabulary study cards, learning cards, bookmarks, etc.

Specification

Quantity: 216PCS

Color: White

Card size: 2.5” x 3.5” (63mm x 88mm)

Finish: Matte Finish

Card thickness: about 0.31mm

3 reviews for IMAGAME White Blank Playing Cards – DIY Flash Cards, Game Cards, Study Learning Cards, Message Card, Thank You Card, Gift Card, Vocabulary Word Cards for Writing, Drawing – Matte Finish, Poker Size– 216 Cards

    Flores
    April 12, 2021
    I like these cards, although they were much smaller than I anticipated (I imagined a deck of playing cards, but these are smaller than I am used to). I used them for an art project with oil pastels. Some reviews mention these cards are not a completely matte finish, and that is true -- there is a bit of coating on them. I found that if I first brushed them with Mod Podge or Gesso, they took the oil pastels beautifully-- no smearing, I could layer several colors and the work remained intact. The paper was sufficiently good quality cardstock that I didn't have a problem with buckling. If you try this technique, remember to keep the coats of gesso or Mod Podge light. A little goes a long way.
    B. Wisley
    March 9, 2021
    I don't usually write reviews but I noticed that no one seemed to be pointing out what medium types these cards can handle besides markers, and they take spray paint really well! Spray paint tends to stick to itself a little so make sure to really let them dry before stacking them, but overall they work really well! (the messy design in the image above is because my stencils weren't the best, but the cards lie entirely flat. The backs are sprayed entirely black).
    L. Brandon
    February 12, 2021
    A nice, thick card stock that accepts most mediums well. Painterly effects with oil-based pens (Sharpie brand) can be obtained using rubbing alcohol with a paintbrush after applying oil ink. When fully dry, oil ink used did not peel or flake off of cards. Cards themselves are still flexible and maintain snap and feel during the shuffle. I was able to rubber-stamp the backside for a more customized look using Staz-On inks and a 4 sided, cube rubber stamp from Michael's craft store. Inks stamped beautifully but needed dry time. To be safe, I set them out for about a day, then stacked them all together without problems of smudging or streaks the next day mid-morning. Excellent!
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