Build a Castle: 64 Slot-Together Cards for Creative Fun by Paul Farrell

Let’s build a castle with these beautifully illustrated cards by a very talented illustrator. “Turrets, ramparts, windows, walls, and more–create your own medieval masterpiece with the first in a new series of graphic-designed building cards.”

We are loving this set because as much as we love trying to build a house of cards with a regular deck of cards it is not easy to keep it standing. Someone in our house will end up knocking it over and it just ends up upsetting everyone else who worked so hard on building with the playing cards. 

 

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We encourage you to try a house of cards with playing cards but, if you want to leave the frustration out of the card building , we recommend this building card set. Plus, we love the colors and design that makes it look like a castle.

 

This pack contains sixty-four cards (4 x 2¾ inches) of a variety of graphic designs. The clever paper engineering allows you to slot the cards together. We love that you can easily build up and out, The possibilities to get creative are endless.

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Also, included in the set is a short ten-page booklet, with descriptions of the card designs and suggestions of stacking methods. The instructions tell you how to build a castle, or you can let your imagination run riot and design your own!

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Renowned illustrator Paul Farrell has designed these cards in his bold, colorful graphic style–turning the image of a castle into a work of art.

 

 

BUY YOURS —> HERE

 

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We highly recommend this set for your kids to enjoy!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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