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The Playing Card Notebook: Draw a Card

 |  |  May 16, 2016


Sure, you could use the Playing Card Notebook like a regular notebook for jotting down notes and writing a grocery list, but it seems mandatory that you should use it to make your own unique playing card deck.

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Just design your cards using pencils, markers, or whatever. Design all 52 cards and then you can have a game. It is essentially a 52-card deck that is half finished and in notebook form. All the faces on each card are left blank, with only the back sides filled out.

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It’s a pretty cool idea for a notebook, but then again, I’m not playing with a full deck.

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[via Cool Things]



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