First of all, thank you for your subscription. I hope you enjoyed the items you received and put them to good use.
This month’s theme is Cardistry! Each of the decks you received is either built for manipulation or full of unique visuals; maybe it’s both!
Firstly, take a look at the Gemini Casino Turquoise Playing Cards. These cards are designed to emulate vintage Las Vegas casino cards. The Gemini Casino itself is a fictional casino created to allow for unique playing card designs. You’ll notice that the bright turquoise back with the casino emblem is perfect for all sorts of cardistry. The tuck cases are sealed with a quality foil gold stamp, and the USPCC prints the cards with crushed stock. The cards are an excellent deck for cardistry as the backs allow for mesmerizing visuals while still retaining standard faces for other uses.
Secondly, you received the Malibu Zuma Beach Playing Cards. It’s almost as if you landed in a pile of sand on a beach with beautiful ocean colours. The deck features a complete pastel colour scheme that creates unique visuals with any movement. The card design is inspired by the sun to give those summertime vibes. (It’s cold up here in Canada; I had to warm it up with this deck!) With the USPCC crushed stock, this deck will also handle flawlessly. Let’s see your Cardistry moves!
Lastly, you opened the Diamon Playing Cards N° 17 Playing Cards by Dutch Card House Company—a deck designed with Cardistry as its specific intended use. You can see the effort put into these cards to make them absolutely beautiful: the broken borders, vibrant colours, deep colours, and striking faces. All these cardistry features come together to build a deck that can create insane optical displays—not convinced? Take the cards for a spin… literally, thumb fan these cards, and you’ll see the eye-catching design sprawl into action!
Finally, I want to thank you one last time for your purchase; I hope you continue to enjoy your monthly subscription box. Below is a form where you can put your comments on this month’s box. I will be sure to read all of them and consider them. You can let me know what you liked about the box, give ideas for future decks you’d like to receive, theme ideas, or anything else you’d like to say.