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Ha ha ha! Tnx Padma! That runaway sheep is from my other deck!) will correct that to avoid confusion for some future creators!(if it's winter that wold be Rudolph?) lol

@greatedane yep dog is frendly for me! Btw i think your idea might work perfectly with winter theme!) it could be like siluethe?(correct me here!) strong black line over white bg that blend all cards in winter panorama!) and card back wold be snow fild or snowflakes over darkblue bg?) must say wow my imagination goes wild here!))

Yelell i recently discovered free domain img and must say there are some fantastic art that deserve more attention!) my fav are old animals illustrations!)) makes me wish to make my own animal oracle tarot deck!) and there are even some muse that open ol art for edit!)
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I just ran across this Christmas Lenormand:

https://www.etsy.com/listing/2144805...home_active_14

Thought some of you might be interested.
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Reall... I am all for a great wintry deck and liked


many of your thoughts. I just always wish for the images to be as clear as possible. For example, mixing any of the 36 images together in one card, I don't want to have to decipher which card, I want to know it the second I see it. I love creative style, as long as the basics are easily visible.

For example, I was thinking about how FABULOUS it would be to have a Mardi Gras deck....no pix, all paintings, all color and all the Verve and Spunkiness and Color. Maybe taking place in the 1800's, I'm picturing steamboat for the SHIP, a true southern mardi gras garden party done just right, a happy looking Catahoula Dog, a sharp looking gentleman from that period riding a spectacular stallion, all the images really readable clear, but all under this type of theme. I WOULD buy this deck in a nanosecond! Provided not playing card inserts, but symbols are great. No huge borders to minimize the main image I read.

Would any one else be on board for this kind of vintage look deck?
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Originally Posted by Aster Breo View Post
I just ran across this Christmas Lenormand:

https://www.etsy.com/listing/2144805...home_active_14

Thought some of you might be interested.
That's cute. Thanks, Aster Breo. Not quite my cup of tea, but it really is adorable.

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many of your thoughts. I just always wish for the images to be as clear as possible. For example, mixing any of the 36 images together in one card, I don't want to have to decipher which card, I want to know it the second I see it. I love creative style, as long as the basics are easily visible.

For example, I was thinking about how FABULOUS it would be to have a Mardi Gras deck....no pix, all paintings, all color and all the Verve and Spunkiness and Color. Maybe taking place in the 1800's, I'm picturing steamboat for the SHIP, a true southern mardi gras garden party done just right, a happy looking Catahoula Dog, a sharp looking gentleman from that period riding a spectacular stallion, all the images really readable clear, but all under this type of theme. I WOULD buy this deck in a nanosecond! Provided not playing card inserts, but symbols are great. No huge borders to minimize the main image I read.

Would any one else be on board for this kind of vintage look deck?
OH, GOD, YES! Especially if it was done in jewel-toned purple, green, and gold - more like burgundy/eggplant purple, emerald/evergreen/forest green and old/antique gold not yellow gold. Maybe the diamond harliquin pattern in those colors as a border or background. Comedy and tragedy masks as card backs?

Times like this I wish I was good at Photoshop.
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I just ran across this Christmas Lenormand:

https://www.etsy.com/listing/2144805...home_active_14

Thought some of you might be interested.
WoW! fantastic find!^^ this is supercute!^^ be sure to check on other deck from same artist!^^ there are some vintage that could be close to what we were talking about here!^^ @ gratdane like your idea!^^ luv vintage!^^ hope someone do that for us!^^ or lear how to use photoshop n stock!^^ lol until then check this https://www.etsy.com/listing/2244851...-shop-header-0

https://www.etsy.com/listing/1885673...?ref=related-1
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