Printer Studio has a good reputation in the game community and certainly has good pricing. For Mint Tin Pirates and Mint Tin Villagers, mini cards will be used. These are half the size of a poker card and fit well in the mint tins.
However, I’ve never seen the cards first hand and needed to before finalizing the Kickstarter page. I needed business cards and typically use mini Moo cards but figured I’d get a 54 card deck of mini cards instead. A bonus is that these cards are much less than the mini Moos and come out to about a nickel a piece.
What better to spark a conversation about upcoming Kickstarter projects than to have a quirky business card.
When researching game components, I came across two posts about Printer Studio cards that helped me decide to use them. And I’m happy with what I received. To add to the online info about Printer Studio cards for game designers, I’ve snapped some pics and added captions to them. You can see a bigger version of each pic by clicking it. =)
These are the 310 gram per square metre cards with a linen finish. Even though these are printed in California, the paper comes from France and has a great feel, springiness, and snap. The linen finish creates a cushion of air for effortless shuffling.