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Games & Playing Cards on Sale plus FREE Gift Kit!

Filed under Back in Stock, Collage Sheets, Dapper Gents Kit, Giveaways, Laura Carson, Playing Cards, Sale, Tutorials

Note: most of the links on this post no longer work, as we moved to a new Web site in 2018. However, you can see the supply list items from Laura’s project that are still available on the new site.

New FREE GIFT with All Orders through Monday, May 8th!

Mini Game Spinners FREE Gift Kit including the fun new Mini Game Spinners Collage Sheet!

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Related Sales! The Gypsy & Playing Cards Collage Sheets are on sale for 50% off AND the Game Pieces and Miscellaneous Items (HUGE) section is on sale for 25% off! Both sales are through MONDAY night, too!

Design Team Member Laura Carson has made a game based on the Dapper Gents Kit, a ATC Size Hidden Drawer Book Box, and the new Retro Signage Chipboard Set.

In addition to the Men in Hats ATCs and Satisfying Text Collage Sheets, Laura created a newIntimates” collage sheet of vintage women from (ridiculous) 1950s bra advertisements for her card game.

In addition to a tutorial on how to make the game, Laura also created images and collage sheets that are free to download so that you can create your own Snarky Ladies Party Game.

What kind of game would you make? Perhaps a game to play with Alice and The Mad Hatter at a tea party? You could use the same ATC Size Hidden Drawer Book Box (that Laura used) to keep all the cards or game pieces together (and to decorate). Or what about using one of the cover images from the Alice Book Covers 2 Collage Sheet for the cover? That collage sheet will also fit the ATC Size Hidden Drawer Book Box (and is included in today’s Giveaway)!

There are a few more collage sheets designed for the ATC Sized Faux Book Box that would also fit (and provide the theme for a game):
Bird Book Covers Collage Sheet
Grimm Covers #3 Collage Sheet
Fairy Tale Book Covers Collage Sheet
– Vintage Christmas Book Covers Collage Sheet
Cookbooks ATC Book Covers Collage Sheet
Jules Verne ATC Book Covers Collage Sheet

Oh, or what about a black cat theme using that cute black cat spinner included in the new Mini Game Spinners Half Sheet (that is also in the new FREE Gift Kit)? A Black Cat Fortune Game with a Halloween theme?

Check out the new items then scroll down to leave me a comment about what game you’d make to enter the Giveaway drawing!

Hooray for the Make Your Own Game Giveaway!

I’m starting off this Giveaway with a bunch of items from Laura’s supply list:

– Dapper Gents Kit
– Hidden Drawer Book Box – ATC Size
– Fifties Floating Heads Collage Sheet
– Sexy Vintage Men Collage Sheet
– Intimates Collage Sheet – new
– Retro Signage Chipboard Set – new

Then a couple options for a book box with a different theme:
– Alice Book Covers 2 Collage Sheet
Bird Book Covers Collage Sheet

And one of the Mini Game Spinners FREE Gift Kits!

To enter the Make Your Own Game Giveaway drawing all you have to do is leave a comment BELOW on this blog post TODAY OR TOMORROW (the deadline is 11:59 pm PST, FRIDAY, May 5, 2017)!

And tell me: What kind of game would you make?

Don’t forget to leave your (hello! correct) email address, too, so I can contact the winner; your email address does not need to be made public. Note: I’m offering free shipping, too, but only within the USA. International shipping will still apply.

Please be patient! Spammers try to post crap here a lot so comments are moderated. So if you don’t see your post in the comments section, be patient and check back in a few hours before re-posting it, please!

After midnight, I’ll randomly pick the winner (via So check your mailbox on Sunday morning to see who won and for the next Giveaway and Newsletter!

Hey, who won the Collector’s Room Kit Giveaway? That would be Louise Kush! Congratulations! Check your email for more info.

Posted by Leslie, May 4th, 2017

33 responses to “Games & Playing Cards on Sale plus FREE Gift Kit!”

  1. Kathlene Ford-Walters says:

    I love Alice in Wonderland, but I love birds as well. So getting both would be wonderful

  2. Maria B says:

    Perhaps I’d tell fortunes with the game kit.

  3. Sharon Bolmey says:

    I would make a gypsy fortune teller game. This is such a cute project! My crafty friends are going to be getting some surprises from me!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  4. Michelle Gajdacs says:


  5. Barb macaskill says:

    I think I would make a fairy tale game! Rapunzel, Three Billie Goats Gruff, Evil Queen 👸🏻 and all the other characters from Aesop’s tales and other authors!

  6. Denise Bryant says:

    I’d make a black cat spinner’s game!

  7. Jan K says:

    I would make a game of chance between all the storybook characters! Great items in the giveaway. Thanks so much!

  8. Karen says:

    Cute stuff – a game with some fairies involved but must think about it some more.

  9. Kat Cashwell says:

    I would make a Halloween spinner game with the black cat! so sute!

  10. Jen R says:

    Some sort of Truth or Dare game.. hmm lots of possibilities

  11. Emily N. says:

    I’d make an Exquisite Corpse set of cards.

  12. Carla says:

    I’d make vintage games for an old time toy store

  13. Carolyn Bowlby says:

    Looks like the perfect thing for a mini Tarot card deck. My granddaughter would love this. She collects Tarot card decks just because of the art. She could design her own cards and be truly original.

  14. Lou Anne says:

    I’d make a black cat fortune game.

  15. Traci says:

    I love the mini game spinner-since I am a huge cat lover. I love the vintage black cat-would make a cute card game with the fortune telling cat on the lid and the spinner inside with the cards and then put it in the ATC sized box. >^..^<

  16. Verna says:

    What fun. I would have to do a spinner game based on some old fashioned advice from my grandmother. Love all the options and ideas. Thank you!

  17. Diana says:

    I’d make a black jack game with mini card deck. The top would look like a dealers table.

  18. K Toews says:

    a game of ‘Life’ with some interesting alterations

  19. Jo says:

    Love the Spree ATC!

  20. Mary Mac says:

    Would have to incorporate the birds in to a fun games

  21. Roe says:

    I would get the Grimm collage sheet and create a game based on the tv show Grimm. One of my all time favs

  22. Vera Collier says:

    I would create a circus themed fortune telling game

  23. Marilyn Ray says:

    I’d create a game based on 50s and 60s sitcoms. That would tie in with the dapper gents and retro ladies

  24. Jean Marmo says:

    I would create a mystery game for my sisters!

  25. Phoebe Diamond says:

    Oh, I have a bunch of old Alice in Wonderland books that would make a great game. Or a circus themed game… so many choices and possibilities.

  26. fran says:

    How about “Lets Play an ALPHA game”. And then make a game from each category! Love it!!

  27. Sara H. says:

    I’d leave the making of the game to my hubby, but I’d do the art with these items!

  28. LeAnn says:

    I like the tarot idea but would most likely create a Halloween card game involving black cats.

  29. Nancy E says:

    I’d like to make a “fairy” inspired game.

  30. Peggy Dolan says:

    I love Laura’s game! but I love the idea of the black cat game and I love the idea of an Alice game lol! So I would definitely make a game. but not really sure which. I really like Laura’s though so that may be the direction I take. 🙂

  31. Susan S says:

    Laura’s collage sheets are great. Her Halloween themes are my favorites, so I would probably make some spooky fortune teller game.

  32. Megan Warren says:

    I am in love with the idea of a bad luck black cat game. What a great kit!

  33. Kimberly says:

    I would like to make some kind of fortune telling game, with black cats for good luck!