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Cardstock Alphabet and Number Cards (Set of 72)

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Fashioned after vintage game cards, this deck of mini cards have so many creative possibilities!

Each card displays letters and numbers in a domino-style - the letter or number is printed twice - once 'right side up' and once 'upside down'.

The cards are smaller than a normal deck of playing cards, just 2-1/2 x 1-3/8 inches. There are two of each letter (A-Z) and number (1-9).

Use the cards in your journals, scrapbook pages, and altered art. The cards also make unique gift tags and garland.

If you prefer authentic vintage number cards, we have them available in our shop as well.

ITEM CONDITION
This set of alphabet and number cards are BRAND-NEW and are in perfect, unused condition. The semi-glossy cards are not as thick as a standard deck of cards.

LISTING INCLUDES
- 72 Cardstock Alphabet and Number Cards

PRODUCT DETAILS
- Product Material: Printed Cardstock
- Product Color: Black and White
- Product Size: 2-1/2" tall x 1-3/8" wide


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